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06-22-2013, 07:46 PM
Alpine PDX-5 Amp

Item(s) Description/Condition:

Great condition - fully working - includes all terminal connectors


$375 shipped OBO

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

Sold my 2008 Z06 -- pulled my entire system before selling. Comes in a fully protected Alpine box (lots of foam)

I know I'm new to the forum - my attempts to sell on my usual forum (Hardforum) they aren't into car audio that much. If you need references -- I have a 10 year account on hardforum (under the same name here), my heatware reference page is available upon request (same username as here)

Can also provide my ebay account name if you want to check me out there (19 positive, 0 negative) Paypal linked and fully verified.

Also have a set of Boston Acoustic Pro60's 6.5" model coming up for sale (this amp pushed them quite nicely)

Item Pictures:

Any questions feel free to shoot me an email - [email protected] or PM.


06-22-2013, 08:33 PM
I most likely will take it. I was looking at V9s, so this would work fine. Can you remind me the specs for output and are two channels bandpassable?

06-22-2013, 08:39 PM
Specs pulled Alpine's site direct:
Features and Specification


CEA-2006 Power Ratings
CEA-2006 Power Rating: (4 I? @14.4V Ƈ% THD+N, S/N: 77dBA, ref:1W into 4 I? and 2I? for mono ch.) 75W x 4 + 300W x 1
RMS Power Ratings
Per channel into 4 Ohms: (@ 14.4V Ƈ%THD+N, 20Hz - 20kHz @ 4I? for 4ch.) 75W x 4
Per channel into 2 Ohms: (@ 14.4V Ƈ%THD+N, 20Hz - 200Hz @ 2I? for Mono ch.) 300W x 1
Sound Tuning
Crossover: 30Hz-400Hz, -12dB/oct. (Low-Pass/High-Pass for 4CH), 20Hz-200Hz, -24dB/oct. (Low-Pass for Mono)
Subsonic Filter: 15Hz (Fixed), -24dB/oct. for Mono
Foot Print (WxHxD) mm: 257mm x 62mm x 192mm
Foot Print (WxHxD) in: 10-1/8'' x 2-13/32'' x 7-35/64''
Heat Sink (WxHxD) mm: 257mm x 62mm x 192mm
Heat Sink (WxHxD) in: 10-1/8'' x 2-13/32'' x 7-35/64''

Not sure how to answer the last part of your question -- I never got that huge into complicated setups. Do you mean can you bridge the channels for higher output?

My heatware references: collegeboy69us | HeatWare.com (http://heatware.com/eval.php?id=8211)

Also included (But not in the original pics) the cover plate for all the adjustment knobs, so it can look all sleek and **** after it's tuned :)

06-22-2013, 10:51 PM
Dang it. Looks like I need a V9. I need the ability to bandpass (set a high and low pass filter for the midbass). I want to run an active setup and need a broader frequency range for the mids. Sorry to get your hopes up!

06-23-2013, 07:51 PM
friendly bump :)

06-25-2013, 10:20 AM
friendly bump 2

06-29-2013, 07:15 PM

07-06-2013, 03:23 PM
You have an email.

07-07-2013, 12:27 AM
thanks for the interest -- updating the tread as sold.

Will be posting my last audio hardware for sale, my Boston Acoustic Pro60 set. details soon!