Crown Audio XLi 1500 Stereo Power Amplifier

BH #CRXLI1500 • MFR #XLI1500
Crown Audio XLi 1500 Stereo Power Amplifier
Key Features
  • 450W per Channel at 4 Ohms
  • 330W per Channel at 8 Ohms
  • 900W at 8 Ohms Bridged Mono
  • Stereo/Parallel/Bridge-Mono Mode
Designed for musicians, DJs, entertainers, houses of worship, discos, and other venues, the Crown XLi 1500 Stereo Power Amplifier feature both RCA and XLR inputs as well as speakON and binding post outputs. The amplifier includes a user-selectable input sensitivity of 0.755V or 1.4V, stereo/parallel-bridge-mono modes, power/fault/signal presence/clip LED indicators, forced-air cooling, and protection against shorts, no-load, on/off thumps, and interference from radio frequencies in the environment.
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Crown Audio XLi 1500 Overview

Designed for musicians, DJs, entertainers, houses of worship, discos, and other venues, the Crown XLi 1500 Stereo Power Amplifier feature both RCA and XLR inputs as well as speakON and binding post outputs. The amplifier includes a user-selectable input sensitivity of 0.755V or 1.4V, stereo/parallel-bridge-mono modes, power/fault/signal presence/clip LED indicators, forced-air cooling, and protection against shorts, no-load, on/off thumps, and interference from radio frequencies in the environment.

Drawing from over six decades of experience in building amplifiers, the unit is capable of delivering 450W per channel at 4 ohms, 330W per channel at 8 ohms, and 900W at 8 ohms in bridged-mono mode..

  • Stereo/parallel/bridge-mono mode
  • User-selectable input sensitivity: 0.775V and 1.4V
  • Efficient forced-air cooling prevents excessive thermal buildup
  • Electronically balanced XLR inputs and RCA inputs; binding post and speakON outputs
  • Two level controls, power switch, power LED, and six LEDs, which indicate signal presence, clip, and fault for each channel
  • Protection against shorts, no-load, on/off thumps and radio-frequency interference
UPC: 871015006901

Crown Audio XLi 1500 Specs

Number of Channels2
Power Rating4 Ohms:
2 x 450 W RMS per Channel (1 kHz, 0.5% THD)
8 Ohms:
2 x 330 W RMS per Channel (1 kHz, 0.5% THD)
8 Ohms:
1 x 900 W RMS Bridged (1 kHz, 0.5% THD)
Amplifier ClassClass-D
Load Impedance / Voltage4 / 8 Ohms per Channel
Performance
ProtectionsCircuit Breaker, On/Off Muting, RF, Reactive/Mismatched Load, Short Circuit, Thermal
Frequency Response20 Hz to 20 kHz +0/-1 dB (at 1 W)
Damping Factor> 200 at 8 Ohms
Input Sensitivity0.78 or 1.4 V (at 8 Ohms)
Input Impedance10 Kilohms (Unbalanced)
20 Kilohms (Balanced)
Max Gain31 dB
SNR> 100 dB
THD< 0.5% (Full Range, Below Rated Power)
Intermodulation Distortion< 0.35%
Crosstalk-75 dB (Below Rated Power, 1 kHz)
-59 dB (Below Rated Power, 20 kHz)
Slew Rate> 10 V/μs
CrossoverYes
Connectivity
I/O2 x Binding Post Pair 1-Pin Speaker Output
2 x speakON NL4 Speaker Output
2 x XLR 3-Pin Female Balanced Line Input
2 x RCA TS Unbalanced Line Input
Digital I/ONone
USBNone
Power
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
220 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
230 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
AC Power ConnectorIEC 15 A
Physical
Display & Indicators1 x Blue LED (Power)
1 x Green LED (Signal, per Channel)
Yellow LED (Clip, per Channel)
Red LED (Fault, per Channel)
Rackmount Size2 RU
CoolingHeatsink
Fan (Variable Speed)
Dimensions19.0 x 3.5 x 12.4" / 48.3 x 8.9 x 31.5 cm
Weight28 lb / 12.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight31.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22 x 21 x 6.5"
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Does it have a fan? How noisy is it?

Does it have a fan? How noisy is it?
Asked by: David
Yes, there are internal cooling fans included with the XLi 1500 that help to prevent the amp from overheating. The fans are fairly quiet, not noisy.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-15

Can this handle a 2 Ohm load?

Can this handle a 2 Ohm load?
Asked by: Robert
No it is not designed to handle anything below 4 Ohms.
Answered by: Andrew
Date published: 2020-01-23
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