- RMS Output @ 4 ohm: 500W x 1
- RMS Output @ 2 ohm: 1000W x 1
- RMS Output @ 1 ohm: 1500W x 1
- CEA-2006 compliant
- 24dB/octave crossover
- 4 Gauge power/ground terminals
- Audiophile grade speaker connections
- Infrasonic filter
- MOSFET output stage
- MOSFET power supply
- RCA pass-thru
- Cast aluminum heat sink
- Dynamic thermal magnet
- MEHSA(3) to reduce MOSFET temperatures, lower distortion, and increase durability and lifespan
- Punch Bass EQ
- DSM to increase circuit efficiency and eliminate cross-talk from other components
- Power, Thermal, Protect visual indicators
- Class bd circuit topology
- 2.14" x 8.14" x 14.91"
*Warranty: 1 Year Onlinecarstereo.com warranty.
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Cwheel From 409Texas
Ive been into stereo systems since the mid 90s Ive had my fair share of bang.I have this amp running 4 Pioneer Pro Championship Series 10 inch subs max power 3000 watts 800 watts nom. at 1 ohm stable .The amp puts 1916 watts @ 14.4 volt it seriously jams get a little warm I need to get a little fan but thats the only thing I can say negative.....ENJOY "JAM LOUD MUSIC".........
Toby From Hubert nc
|I have 2 of these amps. Each pushing 2 2ohm Boston ovals in a 98 gmc ext cab seria they Sondheim awesome. Every inch of interior has been dynomatted. I love my system|
Tony From Minnesota
|First off, the birth sheet has this amp rated (for mine) at 1789w RMS x 1ohm- nasty. And it's pushing my two T5's and 1ohm like crazy. I used to have a Hifonics 2006d and blew that running it at 1 ohm for over a year. The rockford has more power, cleaner power, amplifies the high notes emaressingly better than the hifonics. After closer inspection on the PCB of both the amps, the RF's MOSFET's are seriously 3-4 times the size than on the Hifonics. That means this amp is built to last, and it wilkl. This amp does get hot though, but who cares..|