View Full Version : DBX XB140 Subwoofer amp


qguy
12-06-2006, 07:45 PM
Hi anyone used this subwoofer amp ?

Will be testing it later, its frequency response is 20 to 200 hz.. is there a way to change this to about 20 - 100 hz ?, as it only has Gain control and speaker level inputs :(

soundmotor
12-07-2006, 08:37 AM
IIRC, it was sold by DAK under the dBx name. In other words it was a marketing construct.

GordonW
12-07-2006, 11:28 AM
From the looks of that one, it may have been made prior to the DAK buyout. The DAK stuff didn't have rack-mount faceplates, IIRC.

I use a DBX MPA150 sub amp... very similar, but without the rack mount face... in my HT system, currently. Not bad, but nothing really to get hugely excited about. Competant... not really much more to say about it, than that.

Regards,
Gordon.

Music_Lover
02-12-2007, 11:11 PM
I bought a DBX XB140 at ebay and it didn't come with a manuel. I was wondering if any of you would know the specifications like the lowest ohm load, etc... and how to hook it up. If you can tell me then I'll really appreciate it.

geaugafletcher
02-13-2007, 11:27 AM
I use a DBX MPA150 sub amp... very similar, but without the rack mount face... in my HT system, currently. Not bad, but nothing really to get hugely excited about. Competant... not really much more to say about it, than that.


That sounds about like my HT MPA150 as well.

It drives a cheap-o Dayton 15" subwoofer adequately.

Music_Lover
05-20-2007, 10:40 PM
I purchased a Chiro by Kinergetics (KIC800H1501247), Processor C.5.1 (KIC51AH0200138), Pre-amp C-800, C-300, and C-200. This is a US made system. Kinergetics went out of business. None of this system came with a manual as I purchased it off of ebay. Does anyone out there have a manual that I can download or sent me an email attachment or something. I am desperate and afraid to try and hook this up without a manual as it has hook ups that I am unfamiliar. Also, I don't know the ohm loads or max watts, or any other specifications. If you need to I can pay you a little something for your time or effort. I am desprate and musicless.