#3
It says on the bottom of the specs that it's "600W/channel @ 4 ohms" meaning it delivers 600w per channel at 4 ohms of impedance.

As for the 250w speaker, I wouldn't recommend it, because of powersurges and the likes. You would want a speaker with a wattage of about 110-140% of the power it gets.
Gear:
Kramer Pacer Custom 1 -87
Laney GH50L
Esp ltd mh250nt
Roland MicroCube

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#4
So With a 600W mixer I want at least 2 600W speakers if not 800w?

thanks
#5
precisely!
EDIT: I would recommend the 800w though!
Gear:
Kramer Pacer Custom 1 -87
Laney GH50L
Esp ltd mh250nt
Roland MicroCube

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#6
Ah i see, so how would those JBL 250W hold up with a 300W mixer?
#7
Well, i suspect that mixer delivers about 300w/channel, so we run in to the same problem as before: if you get feedback or spikes, you will blow the speakers.
Try using speakers with, as I said, 110-150% RMS power handling of what the mixer delivers per channel.
Gear:
Kramer Pacer Custom 1 -87
Laney GH50L
Esp ltd mh250nt
Roland MicroCube

Member of the Laney Cult