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Yamaha P7000S

P-Series power amplifier — 700 watts RMS x 2 at 8 ohms (950W x 2 at 4 ohms)

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Item #: 845P7000S

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Yamaha P7000S

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When you're up on stage, you don't want to worry about having enough power for your speakers and monitors. With the robust power from Yamaha's P-Series amplifiers, you won't have to worry. They work effectively in a wide variety of venues, such as dance clubs, music halls, convention centers, and houses of worship. Their strong power output, versatile channel configurations, and portability make them a great choice for any event.

Efficient powerhouse

When you're up on stage, you don't want to worry about having enough power for your speakers and monitors. With the robust power from Yamaha's P-Series amplifiers, you won't have to worry. They work effectively in a wide variety of venues, such as dance clubs, music halls, convention centers, and houses of worship. Their strong power output, versatile channel configurations, and portability make them a great choice for any event.

A blend of features and performance

Yamaha P7000S amp

The rear panel inputs and outputs accommodate a wide variety of pro audio gear.

Yamaha's P7000S amp delivers 700 watts RMS per channel at 8 ohms, 950 watts per channel at 4 ohms, and up to 3200 watts bridged at 4 ohms. EEEngine (Energy Efficient Engine) technology effectively reduces AC power consumption and heat generation without sacrificing power output. Combine that with its dual variable-speed cooling fans, and you get an amp that runs cool, only drawing big-time current when it needs it. The gain controls and variable high-pass and low-pass filters let you pair these amps with just about any non-powered speakers. Yamaha's YS processing balances the power output to perfectly match the power handling of Yamaha's Club Series speakers.

Yamaha's P7000S amp includes balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs, as well as 5-way binding posts, 1/4" outputs, and Neutrik Speakon® outputs for the speakers. Rack mounts are included, so you can install multiple amps in one rack to power your multi-speaker setup.

replaced my crown amp with this, really stoked, quiet, powerful, u get what you pay for.

mike, kilauea, HI

What's in the Box:

  • Power amp
  • Security cover (w/ hex wrench)
  • Owner's Manual

Product Highlights:

    General information:
    • 2-channel Pro Audio amplifier
    • power output at 20-20,000 Hz:
      • 700 watts RMS per channel at 8 ohms
      • 950 watts RMS per channel at 4 ohms
      • 1900 watts RMS (mono) at 8 ohms in bridged mode
    • power output at 1 kHz:
      • 750 watts RMS per channel at 8 ohms
      • 1100 watts RMS per channel at 4 ohms
      • 2200 watts RMS (mono) at 8 ohms in bridged mode
      • 3200 watts RMS (mono) at 4 ohms in bridged mode
    • frequency response: 20-50,000 Hz (-1.5 dB)
    • signal-to-noise ratio: 104 dB
    Features:
    • inputs: XLR and 1/4" TRS for channels A and B
    • outputs: Neutrik Speakon jacks, 5-way binding posts, 1/4" jacks
    • independent right- and left-channel level controls for precise volume matching
    • variable high- and low-pass crossovers for each channel (25-150 Hz)
    • dual variable-speed fans for heat dissipation
    • DC, short circuit, and overload protection with automatic reset
    • power-matched to Yamaha's Club-series speakers
    • front-panel LEDs indicate Power, Active Status, and Protection Warning for easier troubleshooting
    • rack mount ears included
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    Yamaha P7000S Reviews

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    3 Reviews

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    Written by: Daniel from Ellicott City, MD on July 12, 2016

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    This is a professional audio amp that only accepts balanced inputs, if you are using balanced inputs read no further. I hooked an unbalanced source (RX-A2050) into this amp using RCA-to-XLR conversion cables. It sort of works but not really. Unbalanced inputs potentially don't have enough voltage level output (they aren't designed to), which will result in low volume output relative to your unbalanced source (problem with passive cables). If you are using an unbalanced source, you can try just buying cables like I did, but in my case (yours may vary) it didn't really work, a waste of money! I could not match the gains b/w the unbalanced source and the S7000. The solution is buy an active unbalanced to balanced converter. There are lots of solutions for converters. I picked a rather high-end one that got good reviews (Henry Matchbox HD) and it works perfectly.

    Pros: Strong amp, once you get the input signal correct. I'm using it to run subs so I can't really comment on how well it does for full range speakers. My 12's are Kicker L7. Not the nicest sounding speakers but they do a decent job of handling big power and putting out big SPL's. With this amp, I could smell the voice coils burning after about 5 mins of play, running the amp at 4 ohm. It is plenty powerful for the price.

    Cons: This isn't really a fair con, but for my case it would of been nice if it had unbalanced inputs as an option. I'm sure there are plenty of people wanting to use these amps as secondary amps to their main home amp. If you are feeding an unbalanced signal into this amp without some sort of inline booster, chances are you are getting far less output than the amp is capable of.

    Yamaha P7000S

    Written by: mike from kilauea, HI on April 30, 2016

    Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

    replaced my crown amp with this, really stoked, quiet, powerful, u get what you pay for.

    Pros: value

    Cons: wished i could've bought it sooner

    The Yamaha Pro P7000s

    Written by: Anonymous from Portsmouth, Virginia on February 18, 2015

    I have been dj'n for a long time and I started out with 3 CS800's. So you already know the time I had loading and unloading that. Now I have 3 Yamaha P7000s amps and it's the best amp i've ever seen in my life time. Hard hitting very clean power amp. I would Recommend this amp for anyone that's into sound like I am. By far this is the best amp ever built and if they come out with a P8000's or P9000's it would be a dangerous thang. Trust me....

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    • Power amp
    • Security cover (w/ hex wrench)
    • Owner's Manual

    Features and Specs

    General
    Number of Channels 2
    Power Class AB
    Watts per channel 8 ohms 700
    Watts per channel 4 ohms 950
    Watts per channel 2 ohms 1600
    Watts bridged 1900
    Fan cooled Y
    DSP Y
    Filters HP/LP
    Rack spaces 2
    Height (inches) 3-7/16
    Depth (inches) 17-15/16
    Width (inches) 18-7/8
    Weight 26.5 lbs
    Inputs
    RCA ---
    1/4" 2
    XLR 2
    Outputs
    1/4" 2
    Binding post 4
    Spring post ---

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    Features

    P-Series Power Amplifier: The Yamaha P-Series P7000S power amplifier delivers solid, professional-quality power in a wide range of configurations designed to suit a variety of applications. The unit offers three operating modes - Stereo (700W x 2ch in 8Ω or 950W x 2ch in 4Ω), Parallel (700W x 2ch in 8Ω or 950W x 2ch in 4Ω), and Bridge (1900W x 1ch in 8Ω).

    • Stereo: In Stereo mode, Channels A and B operate independently (as with a conventional stereo amplifier). The Channel A input goes to the Channel A output jacks, and the Channel B input goes to the Channel B output jacks.
    • Parallel: In Parallel mode, the unit outputs a mono source through twin amplifier systems. The Channel A input signal is output through both the Channel
      A and Channel B output jacks. The Channel B input jacks do not function. Channel A and B volumes can be independently adjusted.
    • Bridge: In Bridge mode, the unit operates as a single high-power amp. The Channel A input signal is output from the Bridge output jacks. To adjust the volume, you must use the Channel A volume control knob.
    Note: The amplifiers two output channels have independent volume controls (31-step) located on the front-panel.

    Inputs/Outputs: To provide the most versatile connectivity possible, The P7000S is equipped with Neutrik Speakon output jacks and 1/4" output jacks for each channel, in addition to 5-way binding posts. Balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS phone jacks are provided for channel inputs A-B.

    High-Pass & Low-Pass Filters: The Yamaha P7000S is equipped with independent high-pass and low-pass filters on each channel, so you can optimize the output for a subwoofer or full range system. The high-pass and low-pass filters are variable (25-150Hz).

    Perfect Match for Yamaha Club Series Speakers: Yamaha's audio engineers have specifically designed the new P-S Series power amplifiers to be perfect companions to the popular Club Series loudspeakers. To achieve this, they made sure that the amplifiers are capable of delivering power that matches the power handling capabilities of the Club Series Speakers, and equipped them with YS Processing (Yamaha Speaker Processing) to deliver a signal that will result in optimum system performance. The P-Series power amplifier can also be used with practically any loudspeaker PA system.

    EEEngine (Energy Efficient Engine) Technology: EEEngine (Energy Efficient Engine) Technology makes more efficient use of AC power by reducing power consumption and heat generation without sacrificing output power or sound quality. When power requirements are low, the system uses a highly efficient current buffer to transparently switch input power on and off as needed. As power requirements increase, an independently responding auxiliary power line supplies additional power as required. Output isn't compromised because the auxiliary power line is driven by the power supply voltage which maintains maximum output to the speaker load.

    Protection Circuitry + Cooling Fan: Comprehensive protection includes power on/off muting, DC detection, thermal protection, current limiting, and a protective cover for the attenuators. The Protection indicator lights up and sound output is automatically muted whenever the unit's protective circuitry is operating. The amplifier also features variable cooling fans for quiet, efficient cooling. The Temp indicator lights up if the unit is running hot.

    Rack Mountable: The Yamaha P7000S power amp is rack mountable with a 2U chassis size.

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