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  • #16
    Now - just saying - I would think - at 13.5 amps OUTPUT - the Honda EU 1000 would be "fine" to power 2 JBL PRX 612 speakers (5 amps each) a mixer (less than .5 amp) and a wireless mic rig (basically no "draw" - or very little)? The EU 1000 is less than 1/2 the cost of the EU 2000 (here in Indiana). (But of course - not much power left over to "grow on".)



    I have not done this - but "plan on" running 4 Yorkville NX 550P speakers ( 2 amps each ) - a Mix Whiz (1/2 amp) Roland electronic drum module (1/4 amp) a couple of wireless rigs and some LED lights with a Honda EU 1000. Am I crazy? I mean 9 amps is "less than" the 13.5 amps supposedly available - inverter style - very clean and very stable - right? (This would be outdoors next spring.)
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    • #17
      Rbts, I believe that the EU2000i has an output of 13.3 "rated" amps; the EU1000i has 7.5 rated amps. (According to the Honda generator catalog I happen to have at home.) Mark C.
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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by Miko Man
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        Rbts, I believe that the EU2000i has an output of 13.3 "rated" amps; the EU1000i has 7.5 rated amps. (According to the Honda generator catalog I happen to have at home.) Mark C.




        Oh -hmmm - if that is correct - then I am out of luck. I thought the 1000 was "rated" at 13.3. Could very well be that I am -um - wr wr wrong. (Again.)
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        • #19
          Hmm - yep the Honda Web Site says:



          EU 1000 "rated" 7.5 amps



          EU 2000 "rated" 13.3 Amps



          I was WRONG. (Sorry) (My Bad) (Thanks for catching that!)



          The original poster OF COURSE - will need the EU 2000 as Agedhorse already said.



          (And - so will I.)
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          • #20






            Quote Originally Posted by Rbts
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            Nods. Average power requirement.



            Like Craig said - there is a lot more silence in music than I might think.




            And there is quite a bit of music that could benefit from even more silence.
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            • #21
              Well - at least turning it "down" a little.
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              • #22
                You need the larger genny for stability due to the dynamic nature of the signal, though not as critical as with a conventional genny type.
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