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I need a link to the software for a ControlSpace AMS-8 amp

Bruce-at-Bose ·
Our PTS group just got a request for a software link for a Bose ControlSpace AMS-8 amp. The only reference I can find for the product is obviously old links from European countries and none of them are active. Is there anyone out there that can help us with this request from a customer? Let me know here or send the link directly to kailen_hulse@bose.com and bruce_hurst@bose.com Many Thanks in advance,
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Re: I need a link to the software for a ControlSpace AMS-8 amp

Arno-at-Bose ·
Hi Bruce, Information about the European developed product can be found using this link . And this is the direct link to the Bose ControlSpace Audio Management System (AMS-8). Best regards, Arno
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**** powerhungry 502bex?

Joakim ·
I have Bose 802c II system controller, 2x802mk2 and 502BEX and I have now tested 1000w, 1600w with 502BEX. T.amp TSA 4-300 and TSA 4-700. https://images.thomann.de/pics/atg/atgdata/document/manual/c_218912_218913_218915_287602_325986_325988_v2_en_online.pdf Amps are 4ch, so I play 802mk2 with (full power is 450watt) about 1/3 power in channels 1 and 2. Channels 3 and 4 is bridged and it is 1600watt. When playing, the amp shows that the bridged channels goes almost to limiter. But even then...
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Re: **** powerhungry 502bex?

Ray_Walsh_Private ·
Hello again Joakim, As a general rule of thumb you will get good results with both the 802 and 502B by applying (minimum) 3dB headroom. i.e. 480 watts for each 802 into 8 ohms and 900 - 1,000 watts into the 502B (8 ohms) Remember that both of the wattages quoted are into 8 ohms - not 4 ohms. Can you send me a diagram of how you are connecting the loudspeakers as there are special considerations for bridging amplifier channels which are often overlooked or not understood. I have attached spec...
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Re: **** powerhungry 502bex?

Joakim ·
Hi Thanks for reply. Manufacturer told me that the bridge mode switch has to be on and the speakon plug is connected to 1+ 2+ then there is 1600w on C and D channels Diagram included
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