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2-channel power amp delivers 1510W at 4 Ohms, 2250W at 2 Ohms per channel.
Part of Peavey's new IPR Series, the IPR2 5000 Power Amp utilizes an advanced design that allowed Peavey engineers to dramatically reduce weight (less than 7lb) 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 the supremely high audio resolution and productivity.
The Peavey IPR2 5000 features two channels with independent 100Hz crossovers. It produces 1510W per channel at 4 Ohms, or 2250W per channel at 2 Ohms. Peavey's exclusive DDT speaker protection with multi-point 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. It also features a variable-speed fan housed in a lightweight aluminum chassis.
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Comments about Peavey IPR2 5000 Power Amp:
I use this amp to power mnitor channels right now. It can run 2 ohms very well making it possible to put 2-3-4 monitors on each channel with massive headroom. When the second amp arrives, it will power subs, but I was advised not to run them at 2 ohms - just due to power draw, etc....
The amp is lightweight, powerful and honestly performs flawlessly as of about 6 months of use so far.
I have not had a single hiccup so far, and when I add the second amp I don't anticipate it either.
The amp is part of a small room rig, where I anticipate less than 100 people regularlly, but also part of a system I use for 300-500 people and also some small scale outside venues with a stage playing to a large open area.
I need the second one to better review and comment on how it affects the overall system.
Side note - it replaced two 1600 watt amps weighing about 40-45 lbs each - this one is about 13 lbs. Not shabby!