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    Posted: 14 June 2005 at 7:12pm

Hi, I've starting building two cabinets for Porn Horns, gonna load them with 2 x SN12B's & 1 SD740N.

As soon as they're working I'lll be starting on another two. Any suggestions on what I could power them with? Are any of the Void amps from proaudioparts suitable?

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Is everyone on holidays or what? Surely someone has Mt122s with Porn Horns?!? What are you powering them with???

 

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Might have better luck in the porn horn section 
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Any amp rated at 600-1200W into 4 ohms for the 12 inchers.

Any amp rated at 80-160W into 8 ohms for the compression driver.

How much power you need to put into them will kind of depend on how much bass you have underneath them.

How much you want to spend is probably a deciding factor as well...  Not much point recommending a rack full of MC2 amps if you budget says behringer...

Maybe you didn't get many answers as the question was a bit vague to start with.

If it's any help we power the 12"s with a QSC PLX 3402 and the compression drivers with a Chevin Q6. 

There are plenty of amps that will do the job.  You won't go far wrong if you pick something from a reputable manufacturer that is in the ball park with power ratings though.

 

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