Excerpt: I already own two EP2500's, so it was no surprise that the EP4000 was all of that and more. I run a couple of Peavey 18" bass bins wired in series with the amp in bridged mono mode. Built like a tank, quiet, with plenty of power and headroom to spare. This was a perfect addition to my rig.
Pros: Easy To Use, Excellent construction, Excellent Sound, Great Value, Powerful
Excerpt: I was surprised by the performance and quality of the EP 4000. I have used Crowns, QSC, and Peavey in the past. I purchased this for under $400 and was skeptical. The reviews for the EP4000 were all positive, but I was determined not to be swayed by the reviews.
Pros: Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Good Warmth, Powerful
Excerpt: I have used a variety of amps-Crown,QSC, and Peavey-over the years, and I am impressed with punch the EP 4000 delivers for the money. It is quiet and the sound is clear. It weighs over 50lbs, but it is heavy duty and reliable. Put it through the test for two weeks straight and it has not failed.
Summary: I bought one of these to compliment my already year-old EP2500 on a new two-way setup I bought (all from Music123), and so far I can tell you it's worth the money! I have this running parallel stereo to a set of Yamaha SW118's with no problems at all.
Excerpt: I do sound for live Gospel concerts and I found out that this amp can handle any engagement wether large or small. You get a lot of power for a little money, looking to buy a second one in the future. A little heavy but very worth it.
Summary: Also wenn man sich die Werte im Booklet anguckt (bezüglich diverser Faktoren), dann sagt mein Ohr im Vergleich zu anderen Endstufen aber, dass hier nirgends gespart wurde! Leistung und Ausgangswiderstand passen, der Rest ist definitiv besser!