IPR Amps

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IPR Amps

Post by Peaveypro » Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:08 pm

Ive finally replaced my last CS series amps with the IPR, My Death Rack that used to bully guys up and down the lifts now is officially LIGHT, I think it went from about 600 lbs to 75 lbs...Have they discontinued the DSP amps ?? I sure would like to see Peavey build 4 of these into One Chassis...IPR 3000, the amps work great, and sound great so its a win win...on my new knees and back.

I dont think Ill sell my 4080s as I still use them on Outdoor events with added Subs, but the rest are gone. Ive got about 5 years on my Sub amps, and hoping I get another 5 and more as dependability is a plus. Peaveys amps could take a whoopin and just keep cranking the power out.
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Re: IPR Amps

Post by colliedogboy1 » Tue Jan 21, 2020 2:14 pm

Do you think the IPR amps will hold up as well as the CS series have?

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Re: IPR Amps

Post by Elliot Thompson » Wed Jan 22, 2020 10:27 pm

Only time will tell. I own 10 IPR2 7500 amplifiers and, they have been trouble free for nearly 6 years. In retrospect, the oldest CS 800 amplifier I own is 43 years of age in which, the only component I had to replace was the fan.

Peavey would have never discontinued their complete series of power amplifiers with the exception of the IPR2 Series if the IPR2 were very unreliable.

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Post by Peaveypro » Sun Jan 26, 2020 3:35 pm

Ive got 6/7 years on my IPR 7500/3000s and they've been very reliable and cost-effective, great sonic ability, Ill give them a thumbs up on Reliability...
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Post by sherylbrock » Tue Jul 14, 2020 12:31 am

Peaveypro wrote:
Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:08 pm
Ive finally replaced my last CS series amps with the IPR, My Death Rack that used to bully guys up and down the lifts now is officially LIGHT, I think it went from about 600 lbs to 75 lbs...Have they discontinued the DSP amps ?? I sure would like to see Peavey appvalley build 4 of these into One Chassis...IPR 3000, the amps work great, and sound great so its a win win...on my new knees and back.

I dont think Ill sell my 4080s as I still use them on Outdoor events with added Subs, but the rest are gone. Ive got about 5 years on my Sub amps, and hoping I get another 5 and more as dependability is a plus. Peaveys amps could take a whoopin and just keep cranking the power out.
I'm trying to hook up my 2 pair of peavey to my amp. I have a regular stereo hook up to a power amp. But my other peavey speaker won't come on any suggestions

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Post by Wooferhound » Sun Jul 19, 2020 8:17 pm

I have 5 IPR-1600 amps for about as long as they have made them and never a problem, even in 100 degree heat in direct sunlight. Have even dropped a couple of them and still working fine.

After the 1600's were discontinued I got 3 IPR2-2000 amps, 2 of those had to be repaired within 6 months. Now I'm about to send in another for repair. When they work they work Great.
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Post by Wooferhound » Wed Jul 22, 2020 2:44 pm

Found a large load of IPR-1600 and IPR-3000 amps at Toms Sound in Birmingham AL. Went and bought 2 of them today.
While I was there I found an older model FX32 mixer for $400 with Case , Took that Home with me too.
tomssound.com still has plenty of amps for
$200 IPR-1600
$300 IPR-3000
refurbished
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Post by Wooferhound » Thu Aug 27, 2020 1:11 pm

I sent in an IPR2-2000 amplifier 10 days ago to have a Bad Channel repaired
Got a call today that, it was repaired, and the cost including shipping is $85
Too Cool ... Fast and Cheap . . .
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