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Matrix XT2000 2u rack power amp + 4u SKB case

Jonny Walker

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Used but in great condition and was serviced last year with no faults. I've used this power amp in my guitar rig for 3 years and it has never let me down. Huge power, Matrix build quality and it comes with an SKB rack case.


The XT2000 outputs 1000 watts of great sounding class AB sound per channel from its 7.5 kg chassis.

Often used for high powered compression driver arrays on large systems, kick bins, large top boxes requiring up to 1000 watts at 4 ohm and the bottom end of sub / satellite systems where the subs require 1000 watts at 4ohms, each.


Can also be used with;

high powered compression driver arrays on large systems

kick bins

large top boxes requiring up to 1000 watts at 4 ohm

pairs of subs requiring 1000 watts each at 4 ohm.

The switched mode power supply ensures that plenty of power is available for the output stage to faithfully reproduce every transient in your original source material.

The dual speed temperature controlled 80mm long-life fan draws air through the front, exhausting heat from the rear of the rack.

The amplifier has fully balanced Neutrik XLR inputs, Neutrik Speakon® NL4 output sockets and is connected to the mains by a fused 20A Powercon inlet.

If you require a little more power in the 2u format please have a look at the XT2000's larger brother, the XT3000MF, likewise if the XT2000 is a little too powerful for your needs then please have a look at the XT1000.

Number of channels:2
Height (RU):2U
Watts (rms) per channel, 8R:600
Watts (rms) per channel, 4R:1000
Watts (rms) Bridge Mode, 8R:2000
Average Supply Current, Full load:10A
Mains Connector:20A POWERCON
Frequency Response (±3dB ref 1kHz):8Hz – 24kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio (ref full power, 1kHz):99dB
THD (20Hz - 20kHz, full power):0.07%
Slew Rate:65V/μs
Damping Factor (ref. 8R, 100Hz):>500
Cooling (Temperature Controlled Dual Speed Fan):1x 80mm Fan
Cooling Direction:Front to Back
Dimensions, mm:482 wide x 88 high x 210 deep

Gain: 37.2dB

Sensitivity: .950V RMS for full output.





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