You can dive the Cerwins with ANYTHING you want!!!!!
The Gemini makes low cost DJ gear, it's good for the money.
Here is a link that includes Gemini and other amps in same price range. http://www.mcminone.com/category.asp?catalog%5Fname=MCMProducts&category%5Fname=1000163&Page=1
A few of years ago I did a low cost PA system and used a couple of the amps from this link, they are still working and sound very good.
You will need a preamp or mixer, back to my question what are you planing to use them for? John
So I want some quality loud bass. I plan on spending about a grand, and I was wondering what i should use to drive cerwin vega VE-15 15" 3-Way Towers
requency Response: 26 Hz - 20 kHz
# Peak Power: 400 watts
# Sensitivity (1w/1m): 95 dB# 5 1/4" Midrange with Fiber Impregnated Cone
# 1 1/4" Treated Silver Mylar Tweeter with Ferro Fluid
# 15" Cast Frame High Excursion Woofer
# Protection: Self-Reseting, PTC (tweeter), Fuse (woofer)
# Elegant Black-Ash Enclosure
# Dimensions (HxWxD): 16.6 " x 20.8 " x 36"
# Weight: 80 lbs.
would this amp work? would I need additional equipment?
Professional Power Amplifier
- Bi-polar output stage technology for the
finest sound quality and reliability
- High output power to drive professional
loudspeakers without clipping
- Comprehensive protection circuitry with
protect LED indicator *
-1/4?TRS & XLR balanced/unbalanced inputs
- SpeakonTM & 1/4? speaker outputs
-Three modes of operation ? stereo,
parallel mono, and mono bridge
- Ground lift switch
- Decibel (dB) level meter with clip LEDs
- Selectable voltage for worldwide operation
- Dual aluminum extrusion heat sink
design with directly mounted output
transistors for no-fault operation
- Air guide with front-to-rear airflow and
cooling fan for thermal stability
- Compact 2U well balanced enclosure
- Steel reinforced chassis
- Frequency Response of 30Hz ? 50 kHz
- Signal to Noise Ratio of 100 dB below
rated power at 8 ohms
200w RMS (400w peak) per channel at 8 ohms, 300w RMS (600w peak)
per channel at 4 ohms, and 600w RMS (1200w peak) at 8 ohms bridged
Any other suggestions?
thanks in advance,
me email is email@example.com if anyone has a lot to say.