Part of Peavey's IPR Series, the IPR 3000 Power Amp uses an advanced design that allowed Peavey engineers to dramatically reduce weight while increasing output power, reliability, and thermal efficien... Click To Read More About This Product
Part of Peavey's IPR Series, the IPR 3000 Power Amp uses an advanced design that allowed Peavey engineers to dramatically reduce weight while increasing output power, reliability, and thermal efficiency. The rackmount power amp has a resonant switch-mode power supply and a high-speed class D topology that yields supremely high audio resolution and productivity.
The Peavey IPR 3000 features 2 channels with independent, 100Hz crossovers and produces 440W per channel at 8Î, or 1,490W per channel at 2Î. Peavey's exclusive DDT speaker protection with multipoint clip sampling leads a protection-circuitry suite that also includes DC, Temp, Signal, and Active safeguards, all referenced on the front panel with LED indicators. The power amp also features a variable-speed fan housed in a lightweight aluminum chassis.
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I recieved this amp in june and it really thumps my jbl m-pro 1x18 subs.
When I first held this amp I thought wow is there anything even inside? Then I went to hook up my 2 15" Earthquake subs and was blown away that they played so loud for such a light amp. It runs the my subs very clean and this thing has never heat up at all not even gotten warm after playing music for hours. Compare to my 65 pound PV 2000 this thing is very light to me and has a bit more power to spare. For $400 (now $450) this thing seem like a great deal and be able to save on time now that I don't carry my as much weight around. One thing though is a week after using it, the amp just went out. The breaker and fuse were fine but it just went out. Luckily GC great service exchange it for me in no time and now has not had problems with the second one. So it was probably a lemon, and it does have 5 year warranty from Peavey just in case anything every happens, which won't.
I wrote a review about the Peavey IPR 3000 on my blog at: http://www.empowernetwork.com/edventurus/blog/peavey-ipr-3000-power-amps/ The complete review is at the blog above. Let me say this. I am very impressed with the Peavey IPR 3000 and would definitely recommend it to anyone. I have to move my equipment often and the weight factor is what is most impressive. This amp weighs about 10 times lighter than comparable amps, and the performance is every bit a good.