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i have had these 2 amps for a while now but never got around to using them yet until today. These are Pro Audio amps and they take XLR connectors. I had no way to get input into them because of that so i went and picked up this little mixing board so i could do just that. This video is the “test” to see if it all works and now that i know it does, i can start a little project and try to put these to use finally! The mixing board came from Guitar Center here in Sacramento and i got it for .

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  1. Great video, I am a beginner and let me find out, You connect from mixer output left / right to left right 1st amplifier input and you gave signal from output l/r of 1st amplifier to input of 2nd amplifier, You connected red black output of amplifier to + – poles of speaker am I right???

  2. I don’t have the amp…. I said I needed to know if the stuff to set it up with come with it. Question kinda answered…

  3. Hey Steve. Great amplifiers. I work with pro sound stuff though. I’m a sound technician for a local audio firm. Behringer stuff breaks VERY fast. If you’re looking for a serious set up grab up a signal processor like a dbx Drive rack you’ll get unreal control. A subharmonic synthesizer, and a short delayed car stereo especially yours or chickens would be take any SPL competitors head off. I run a 7 foot tall stack of JBLs and it’s a mean 135 dB.

  4. I wish i can have a 18″ btl like that in my Golf 4 here in Germany but they are so freaking expenisve..

  5. heyy! Important question, when you program the crossovers in the amps did it come with software on a disc or did you have to download it yourself? I’m seriously considering starting my own project like this. 😀

  6. i got to know the name of that song you play on your phone its another sunny day in the city of 209 what and who is that i gotta get it

  7. Yes they are two channel, price is around $1000 for a brand new XTI-4000. Google search, you can probably find them on Ebay too.

  8. the XTI’s are two channels each correct? and how much and where can you get them? online preferably if possible. thanks 

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