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    Up until about a year ago or so all Ashly equipment was made in the U.S. Some lines are still made in the U.S. and as you know some are now not! The U.S. version have a lighter gray face and the newer imports have a darker gray.

    Mike Caldwell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loud & Clear View Post
    I have the XR1001, and a gqx 3102 by ashly (brand new). I was quite proud at first, then I read made in China on the back. I'm so tired of seeing that Logo I'd like to

    I"ve had a peak inside the ashly units, and there almost a carbon copy of the DBX, Behringer, and etc I see being cranked out by the tons from china.
    The old Ashly XR-series with the green logo on light-gray faceplates are made in USA, New York to be exact. At least that's what mine says. I believe the models changed when they added the hyphen: XR1001 is the old version and XR-1001 is the newer version, etc.
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    I believe ashly started out, being made by an actual tour sound company, many years ago. I just hate it when they send it over seas for manufacturing or sell the company to China. That puts Americans out of work. The gear also becomes tinney, everthing is made with a much lighter gauge steel or aluminum. Man I Just Don't Know!!! I'm an American boy, what more can I say.

    By the same token, and maybe with some hypocrisy. I don't mind if a product is made in Europe, or even Japan. It's that "Made in Chine" crap thats flooding the market, that really T's me off!!!

    Sorry for venting, but it is extremely frustrating to me...

    EDIT: I'm going to leave this alone now, and listen to oppinions on X-overs/Eq's... Mr. Widget say's it has been discussed to death. Guess I should read all the threads if I can find them...

    Two Time "Kidney Transplant Recipient"

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    Thumbs up Ashly XR2001

    I have read all the Ashly posts.
    Much good info. One question?
    When using the XR2001 in two-way
    stereo, should I use channels 1 and 3?

    Thanks
    Michael

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    Hello

    When the 2001 is set for two way mode on both sets of channels you could use any two of the four inputs.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks Mike

    I thought as such.
    Also thanks to Bo for the
    heads up on Ashly.
    Bo knows.

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ Bing View Post
    Also thanks to Bo for the
    heads up on Ashly.
    Yeah, they are good little units, fairly priced. Easy to adjust and that "Response" pot is pretty trick. I keep a few in the shop (and a stack of xta DP448's too... ).

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