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Wacky7
01-28-2011, 03:43 AM
Review of Amplifier:


CEA-2006 Standard

Max 1200watts

80 W x 4
RMS Watts per channel @ 4 ohms, 1% THD+N
350 W x 1
RMS Watts per channel @ 4 ohms, 1% THD+N
92 dBA / 102dB Signal to Noise Ratio (Reference: 1 Watt into 4 ohms)



Max Power Output 1200 W
Rated Power Output 14.4 V
80 W x 4 / 350W x 1 (4Ω) (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 1.0% THD) (20 Hz - 200 Hz, 1.0% THD)
80 W x 4 / 350W x 1 (2Ω) (1 kHz, 1.0% THD) (100 Hz, 1.0% THD)
160 W x 2/ 350W x 1 Bridged (2/4Ω) (1 kHz, 1.0% THD) (20 Hz - 200 Hz, 1.0% THD)

Frequency Response 20-20kHz(1dB)
Input Sensitivity 0.2 V - 5.0 V (MIN-MAX)
Input Impedance 10 kΩ
Signal to Noise Ratio 92dB / 102 dB (Sub)
Low Pass Filter Frequency (-12 dB/oct.)
50 Hz - 200 Hz (variable) Low-Pass Filter Frequency

High Pass Filter Frequency (-12 dB/oct.)
50 Hz - 200 Hz (variable) High-Pass Frequency

Dimensions (W x H x D) 235 x 55 x 192 mm (9-1/4 x 2-3/16 x 7-9/16)

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One good small footprint of a Amplifier It does get kind of warm firing up all 8 sub of JL. this is very accuracy amplifier. it weigh about 6.8lbs. I wouldn't go with a bigger subwoofer than the ones I got.Could lead of overheating issue. can push one 10" subwoofer or two 8" subwoofer on the subwoofer channel.All channel support from 2 - greater omhs.Speaker wiring from 8 awg to 12awg.Fusible 30 x 2. Powering cable from 6 awg to 4 awg. It great for small car audio system.Well laid out manual it tells you everything you need to know I would read it if you have the amp.Comes with hex tools and screws. Made in china. yes it made there. Thought this would be a USA made products.Very good SQ.There no bass control remote.:veryhapp:

flatland
02-07-2011, 08:41 PM
Thank you ever so much for this post! I'm now looking more forward to finishing my system