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For years Crown Amplifiers has been the choice of Sanctified Systems engineers and we carry the whole line of Crown Amplifiers for any application that your church may have. We know what we want in a power amplifier as far as performance with any professional JBL speaker we install. Crown has been the choice for sound engineers for many years and it's Sanctified Systems' choice of power amplifier as well.
JBL Professional speakers has teamed up with Crown and the outcome has been incredible. Any speaker that JBL manufactures has a power amplifier made by Crown to operate and deliver the correct power that any JBL speaker demands. When selecting any JBL speakers for your church just know that we have the right Crown Amplifier for your selection of speaker.
Crown power amps are near-legendary, and they manufacture the perfect example of rock-solid, powerful, innovative power amplification. Expect a powerful, clean, undistorted sound experience when you use Crown amplifiers to power your sound system.
Over the years we have been installing the sound systems in churches, we have always installed Crown amplifiers which have performed every time as needed and as expected. They are the leader in high performance power amplification products and we think you just might agree when understanding the products performance.
Call Sanctified Systems with any questions you may have and allow us to assist you with the Crown amplifier’s we have available for your ministry. We have the products for any possible application you may have so you can rest assured there is a solution.
How do I choose the right amplifier power for my speaker system?
When it comes to choosing a power amplifier there are two important factors to consider.
You should pick an amplifier that can deliver power equal to twice the speaker’s program/continuous power rating. This means that a speaker with a “nominal impedance” of 8 ohms and a program rating of 350 watts will require an amplifier that can produce 700 watts into an 8 ohm load. For a stereo pair of speakers, the amplifier should be rated at 700 watts per channel into 8 ohms.
Using an amp with some extra “headroom” will help assure that only clean, undistorted signal gets to your speakers. Headroom is the difference between the normal operating level of an amplifier, and the maximum level that the amp can pass without distorting. Music has wide variations in dynamic range; without enough headroom, you’ll find that your gear will clip and distort.
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