- Competition SPL Digital Mono Amplifier with 3000 Watts Max. Power
- Peak Music Power: 3000 Watts
- Load Impedance Capability: 2~8 Ohm
- Continuous Power (4 ohm): 750W x 1
- Continuous Power (2 ohm): 1500W x 1
- Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.05%
- Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 90dB
- Class-D Design
- PWM Regulated MOSFET Power Supply
- MOSFET Output Section
- Screw-Type Speaker Terminals
- Balanced Isolator Input Circuit
- 2 Channel RCA Inputs Gold
- RCA Outputs (Pass Thru)
- Input Level Control: Hi-Volt (200mV ~ 6.5v)
- Built-in Crossover: Selectable LPF
- Dimensions: 10-3/16" x 2-1/16" x 9-13/16"
*Warranty: 1 Year Onlinecarstereo.com warranty.
1 Year warranty from Onlinecarstereo.com implies that repairs must be returned to Onlinecarstereo.com, not the manufacturer. More information can be found in our help section under returns & warranties.
What's not covered : Misuse, abuse, defacement, physical damage of any kind, and improper installation / operation. Video and multimedia equipment with damaged or cracked screens.Subwoofers and speakers are not warranted against being blown, burned or abused.
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Rovin Persaid From Guyana, South America
|I recently bought this amp and am pushing two TS-W3004SPL subs with it. After the installation i barely turned up the head unit and all the windows and doors on the building i was next to started rattling...hell i even mad the next door neighbour about 200 ft. away kick up a storm about all the racket i was creating....all i can say is WOW!!!!|
LAZYBOY JOE From LAS CRUCES N.M
|to pioneer corp.(I BEEN WAITING FOR 10 YEARS). finally an amp that not a high current but real efficeint SPL product.the only thing is high current is my alternater to help supply the rest of the electrical audio/video.I have 4 prs300412spl b'ing push from the prs5000spl in a 02 gmc denali it is awsome the only thing i would change is putting another prs5000spl amp.(CRAZY)|
Branden From Georgia
|this is an outstanding amp, but only if you want spl (sound pressure level).. and you need a sub that can hit down to 10hz or else anything below what your sub is rated at will sound distorted... and you need to get a head unit that can reproduce frequencies that hit 10hz or below, or else your amp and sub wont hit it... all in all this is my amp of choice considering that i have an IDMAX sub (Which has high output, and high linear excursion), that has an RMS wattage of 1000 and a max of 1800. The frequency range is 10-250hz... i have others too but thats another story...|