Recently serviced and PAT tested. 2 x Watts RMS / 4 Ohms, 2 x Watt RMS / 8 Ohms. ventilation (fan off the front), XLR male or female, out HP terminals. C-Audio GB Power amplifier. 2x watts @4 ohms. Very good condition overall, been in a rack case most of its life. Well regarded British. Can someone provide any guide to the history of C-Audio’s amp products?I know the company gb – ok. ra – good studio amp.
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I’m not necessarily a fan of their sound but they do seem to be good workhorses. Although, as with all Mosfet amps, it can start getting expensive if you have to replace lots of output devices.
So looks very well built. I know the company started back in but what was the last range of amps they produced?
Not had one go wrong sudio a long while so dunno how it is nowadays C Audio GB pa power amp for sale. Very good condition overall, been in a rack case most of it’s life. Has selectable 15hz,30hz hpf and clip limiters.
Maybe could be used say as a home cinema amp for subs, if you disabled the loud fan on it The implementation of the AMPSAP protocol means that sophisticated internally fitted system controllers are available to drive gb2202 loudspeaker systems. Drag files thing below, won’t work for me. When they get ragged they get absurdly hot though and I wouldn’t trust them to last too long with daily abuse. AVS Forum articles Contests. Very large heatsink and huge fan as well, and many caps.
Last edited by ItchyTasty42; at I have 2 x Ra amps, if used below max power they stay cool and seem pretty reliable.
The GB Series may be bridged externally for higher power mono operation. Doesn’t seem f have much in the way of protection circuits, ONLY a power supply fuse at the back and a relay against short circuits I presume. Well regarded British designed amp, suitable for many uses.
Currently on hold, cheers. Register a new account. Or vocal or stage floor monitors. There still seem to be quite a few different aydio in use but which of them have proved to be the most reliable? Sign in with your GC account!
C-Audio GB202 200w + 200w Amplifier
I was thinking about powering my subs from a C-Audio Pulse 2 bg202 but decided not to Edited by richard stringer – 04 July at Need to know how to attach pictures from my computer though. Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum Audoo cannot vote in polls in this forum.
I’ve had mine, trouble free, for about 4 or 5 years. NO fuses on the output transistors though. Sign in Already have an account?
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The music is only to loud when it’s distorted!!! As it’s not that much power for pa use. The Ahdio wasnt built by C Audio it was built by third generation it was rebadged hp the Ra was the C audio design. C-Audio amps – model history? Already have an account?
XLR inputs and touch-proof binding post outputs. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create zudio account Sign up for a new account in our community. C Audio sister company of Crown Audio GB pa power amp for sale Old but fully working, and is a decent british made amp, complete with mains lead. Prefer not to post, amp is in East Yorkshire near Hull. Can someone provide any guide to the history of C-Audio’s amp products?
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Thanks for that wonderful insight into your crazy world. Very heavy too as it’s 17kg, 3u rack size, and has those old type round metal transistors looks to be mosfets and a HUGE toroidal transformer inside. BB code is On. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links.