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American Audio VLP-1500 20 1500W Power Amplifier

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Output Power:
  • 750W RMS Per Channel @ 4 Ohms, 1kHz, 0.1% THD
  • 500W RMS Per Channel @ 8 Ohms, 1kHz, 0.1% THD
  • (Bridge Mode, Mono) - 1500W RMS @ 8 Ohms, 1K Hz, 1% THD
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: Less Than 0.1% (20Hz - 20kHz @ 8 Ohms)
  • Frequency Response: (+/-01db, @rated output Power, 8 Ohms): 20Hz - 20K Hz
  • Slew Rate: 15V Per usec
  • Damping Factor @ 8 Ohm: 300
  • Impedance: 20 Ohms balanced / 10 Ohms unbalanced
  • Cooling System: 2 indivdual fans
  • High/Low Pass Filter / Input Sensitivity Selector / Ground Lift / Limiter
  • Size: 14" x 19" x 3.5" (2-rack mount spaces)
  • Weight: 42 lbs.

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4.1 / 5.0
7 Reviews
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"I would recomment for any mobile dj"
Pros: Clean Sound,Easy To Set Up,Good Power,Durable,Accurate Controls
Cons: none at this price level

Easy to use,plenty of power.
June 5, 2008
awsome amp
Pros: Accurate Controls,Good Power Output,Great Sound Quality,Easy To Set Up

this is an awsome amp if you need power you gonna get it its heavy as heck but worth the weight
April 3, 2011
over 4 years ago
shut up and buy it
Pros: Durable,Accurate Controls,Easy To Set Up,Good Power,Clean Sound

This power amp is heavier than hell. My shoulder shudders when its time to move this big boy. However for its weight, its pretty reliable and puts out plenty of power. The fans are loud too, so don't buy this for your home system, its just too noisy for that. Its been on a lot of mobile gigs and has performed well. Buy it you will like it, just lift it with your KNEES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
September 15, 2008
The American Audio Power Amp
Pros: Great Sound Quality,Energy Efficient,Easy Setup,Good Power Output,Accurate Controls
Cons: Weight - heavy,Size - large takes a dee

I do professional band / DJ work. I needed more wattage for economical $$$. This amp fits the bill (+ the great PSSL price). It has enough power to handle most large rooms, easy hook-ups & simple controls.
On the down side; it is heavy (47+ lbs.), and I had to do some minor reconfigurations of my amp rack due to the amps depth.
Dollar per watt; it can't be beat !
September 13, 2010
over 5 years ago
great product
Pros: Good Power Output

Very good amplifier lots power but very heavy with no carrying handle but I can around that's because of powertit's put out.
November 25, 2013
1 year ago
Very Affordable for the power it packs
Pros: Great Sound Quality,Accurate Controls,Good Power Output,Energy Efficient,Easy To Set Up
Cons: Poor Reception / Weak Antenna

Very affordable amplifier and very good quality amp.
July 6, 2014
1 year ago
old school amp
Pros: Professional Functions,Powerful,Clear Sound
Cons: boat anchor

I use this item for mobile DJ. It's a boat anchor and weighs 43 pounds. Its old school with separate bulky transformers for each channel so the bass comes out booming. If you are a bedroom DJ or novice that does not do paid gigs don't bother. It has 2 fans in the rear which roar at full speed, its louder than my gamer PC tower with 6 fans. Putting the amp into a heavy roadcase will give you a hernia, stick to a lightweight case. I love the bass output, but I don't really believe its 500wpc at 8ohms, its probably around 400 because I never heard of a 2 space rack amp that puts out that much power for the price. In summary, it has big bass but its heavy as a chrome bumper, it pops when you turn it off (make sure you disconnect the speakers first)It has a built-in LIMITER which is good, bad is that it doesn't go down to 2 ohms, but good is the price. A great back-up amp by all means.
February 16, 2008
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this american VLP-1500 can drive into 4 speaker jh1212 or 1200watts?
Wilson on Nov 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, in fact this amp can't even properly power two of those speakers. To power 4 of the JH1212s, you'll need an amp that can do at least 1200w per channel at 4 Ohms, which would allow you to connect 2 on each side.
How do I bridge this amp with another amp
Mello on Apr 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Here is a very comprehensive guide on how to bridge an amp: http://www.wikihow.com/Bridge-an-Amplifier
I want to use a American Audio VLP-1500 to power a pair of 18" subwoofers rated at 4 ohms (nominal?) each. They are rated at 400 watts continuous with 2 parellel Speakon NL4 jacks for input and through connections. How do I configure this so that damage will not occur?
null on Dec 17, 2011
BEST ANSWER: This amp should be fine and give you enough headroom to powr the speakers. Just run the speakers in stereo with speakon to speakon cables into one connector on each of your speakers.
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