Sets the standard for unmatched performance and value.
When you choose Crown’s XTi 2 Series, you’re choosing one of the most powerful and innovative amplifiers on the market today. With such innovations as a universal tracking switch-mode power supply and a fully integrated suite of speaker processing tools, these amps are at the top of their class when it comes to thermal efficiency and system flexibility.
You also have greatly improved control capabilities. The addition of Peak x Plus Limiters gives you full command over threshold, attack and release, and we enhanced the Subharmonic Synth so you can easily manage frequency, gain and filter type, allowing for application-specific tuning.
Plus, you’ll now be able to tailor fan speed for specific applications and have software visibility of the Power Supply Temperature and AC Line Voltage. Combine all of that with integrated cast-aluminum rack handles for maximum durability and portability and you have the power to move you – and the world.
Peak x Plus Limiters provide the ultimate in system performance and protection by allowing full control over threshold, attack, and release
Enhanced Subharmonic Synth section provides user control over frequency, gain and filter type for system-specific tuning
3 User-defined fan mode controls – normal, early and full speed – for matching fan performance to a specific application
New system monitoring provides software visibility of AC line voltage and power supply temperature
Integrated cast-aluminum handles for easy handling and enhanced durability
Locking power cord clip provides a secure connection between the amplifier and power cord
Updated HiQnet Band Manager and System Architect control software
Increased number of presets to a total of 30; 29 of which are user definable
Crown’s legendary reliability ensures that the show will go on! Order today.
XTi2002 Power Amplifier
Minimum Guaranteed Power, (1 kHz Per channel, both channels driven)
Stereo, 2 ohms (per ch.): 1000W
Stereo, 4 ohms (per ch.): 800W
Stereo, 8 ohms (per ch.): 475W
Bridge-Mono, 8 ohms: 1600W
Bridge-Mono, 4 ohms: 2000W
Input EQ: 6 parametric filters per channel with adjustable Q, ±15 dB boost/cut. Also adjustable high and low shelving filters. This 8-filter EQ section can be bypassed.
Crossover Filters: Highpass and Lowpass per channel. Butterworth 6/12/18/24 dB per octave. Linkwitz-Riley 24/48 dB per Octave. Also includes ±15 dB bandpass gain and polarity control.
Output EQ: 8 parametric filters per channel with adjustable Q, ±15 dB boost/cut. This 8-filter EQ section can be bypassed.
Delay: for signal alignment of driver; 50 mS of total delay.
SubHarmonic Synth: takes the low-frequency content of the input signal and "synthesizes" a new signal that is the same as the input signal but one octave lower. The new synthesized signal is then mixed with the original signal to create the effect. New: Users now have control over frequency, gain, and filter type.
Peak x Plus Limiter: user defeatable limiter that allows users to control Threshold, Attack, and Release times.
Presets: 30 total presets, 29 of which are user-definable.
Sensitivity (for full rated power at 4 ohms): 1.4 Vrms
Frequency Response (at 1 watt, 20 Hz - 20 kHz): +0 dB, –1 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (below rated 1kHz power at 8 ohms): 100 dB (A weighted)
AC Line Voltage and Frequency Configurations: 100 VAC, 120 VAC, 220-240 VAC 50/60 Hz
AC Line Current (120 VAC amplifier playing 1/8 power pink noise into 4 ohms per channel): 8.3A; no more than 38W at idle
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C at 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Level: two front-panel rotary level controls, one for each channel
Power Switch: On/Off switch applies AC power to the amplifier
Sel/Prev/Next Buttons: three buttons near the LCD screen that are used to access menu items and front panel lockout
LCD Screen: backlit liquid crystal display that shows preset and processing status
Signal Indicator: Green LED, one per channel, illuminates when a very low-level signal is present at input (may be used for troubleshooting cable runs).
–10 Indicator: Green LED flashes when output signal exceeds
–-10 dB below clip.
–20 Indicator: Green LED flashes when output signal level exceeds –20 dB below clip.
Ready Indicator: Green LED, one per channel, illuminates when the amplifier is ready to produce audio.
Clip Indicator: Red LED, one per channel, turns on at the threshold of audible distortion
Temp Indicator: Red LED, one per channel, illuminates under excessive temperature conditions
Power Indicator: Blue LED illuminates when the amplifier has been turned on and has power
Input Connectors: XLR, one per channel
Link/Out Connector: Loop-thru signal from input connector for linking another amplifier, one per channel.
Output Connectors: Two Neutrik Speakon NL4MP output connectors. Channel-1 Speakon is wired with Ch. 1 and Ch. 2 outputs for use with optional single 4-conductor cable. Two binding post outputs (in parallel with Speakon connectors).
HiQnet USB Connector: Type B, connects to HiQnet network.
Front Panel: Cast-aluminum
Cooling: Proportional speed fan with front-to-rear airflow.
I went from one Behringer EP4000 amp bridged to two Cerwin Vega EL-36C Subwoofers, to two Crown XTI 2002's bridged to two Cerwin Vega EL-36C's. You can read reviews on other amps, and listen to people talk about how good they are for the price blah blah blah. Here is the deal, if you have cheap subs, than a cheap amp may be "good enough" or a "great value" for you. Your first set, mobile gig, small DJ setup, perfect. But if you want AMAZING frequency response, CLEAN sound, INCREDIBLE features, without your amp even thinking about breaking a sweat, look no further. Tested side by side, there is NO comparison. ZERO. Some people, including myself, would never understand when people say "You get what you pay for" and always believe, "you are just paying for the name." I WAS WRONG. SO WRONG. Maybe I did pay for the name, but I also paid for whatever crown packed underneath the hood of these beasts. And it was worth EVERY PENNY A tell tail sign is when a company like Crown lists their power stats as "Minimum power output" where as a company like Behringer will list "Maximum power output" Do your research! There is a reason why people have coined the term "Behringer Watts" lol, and why almost no matter where you look, it is hard to find a negative Crown review.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I use this amp on a pair of EV ELX 112 cabs. These are 8 ohm cabs, 500w program, so I bridge the XTI 2002 and run it with the 4 ohm load for 2000w available output. Sounds great, never clips, hardly gets warm. I currently use a half dozen Crowns, including the XTI 4000. I have had no problems with either XTI amp. I've been doing sound reinforcement with Crown amps since the early 80s.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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