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Kenwood Excelon :: KAC-X10D :: $175.00

Kenwood Excelon KAC-X10D

Item# 17675

1200 Watts Class D Mono Power Amplifier

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Class D mono power amplifier with 1200W output. Packed with state-of-the-art technologies and features to pump out that power you always wanted on your car audio.
  • Class D Mono Power Amplifier
  • K-STAT technology
  • Dual sigma drive
  • Dual power supply with two transformers
  • Maximum Output Power: 1200 Watts
  • RMS Power 4-Ohm: 300 Watts x 1 (20-200Hz, 0.5%THD)
  • RMS Power 2-Ohm: 600 Watts x 1 (100Hz, 0.5%THD)
  • RMS Power 1-Ohm: Over 600 Watts x 1
  • Signal To Noise Ratio: 80dBA (Ref:1 Watt into 4Ohm)
  • Infrasonic Filter: 15Hz, 25Hz, -24dB/oct
  • Bass Bosost ready (Wire remote): 40Hz-100Hz, 0dB–+18dB
  • Low Pass Filter: 40-200Hz (Variable), -24dB/oct
    *Warranty: 1 Year warranty.
    1 Year warranty from implies that repairs must be returned to, 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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       Corey From Michigan
    The design is fairly clean overall. Connections are made by removing the fascia shield via the 2 allen head screws allowing access to the terminal strips for connections. The first thing I noticed is the weight. This amp is light. Meaning, there can't be that much inside for a clean performer. Sure enough, this is a plane jane stripped down amp, with limited MOSFETS. CEA 2006 rating is 1% THD. Meaning it's a Loose noise monster. Kenwood rates them at 0.5% THD Secondly...Where's the second power transformer... There sure isn't one on the board. Lastly, do the math. 40A fuse X 13.8V = ~552W peak load before the fuse pops. Generally, this formula works for class AB the best. Digital amps are more efficient. Based on the number of Mosfets...there's no way this amp is getting near 800 or 1200 watts. This looks like a revised layout from the older KAC series amplifiers, with near identical componentry. There is so much sparce space on this amplifier board, there's no reason to have the heat sink this large. The other thing I observed... is the solder joints on the MOSFETS on the amplifier side of the board looked relatively poor and high in flux. Under high load, I would expect a failure condition. If your looking for just cheap sound reinforcement and not worried about quality, then pick this one up. If your looking for Better Regulated, true digital class D, and better overall circuitry...look on to either Xtant (before their MTX aquisition), JL, or Directed.

       Shaxx78 From Navarre, FL
    This amp is clean and efficient. Stays cool. A good tip for anyone... A gain is designed to match your head units volume, not turn all the way up and clip the amps output.

       chris From California
    this amp is an undercover killer it may look small but it packs alot power It's as loud as my friend's 1600 watt hifonics amplifier. I have this monster on two 12" kenwood subwoofers and my car feels like its falling apart I'm constantly setting off car alarms excelent amp