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Soundstream :: Di175.1 :: $65.00

Soundstream Di175.1

Item# 18042

175W Monoblock Class D Amplifier

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  • High Level Input
  • Line Output
  • Bass Boost @ 45Hz +6dB or +12dB
  • 18dB Crossover Centered at 80Hz
  • THD < 0.5%
  • Dimensions are 7.3 x 2.3 x 9
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
This item is accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty. If it is found to be defective, it may be returned to for replacement within 30 days from the original date of purchase with proper return authorization. After the 30 day time period, products must be returned to their original manufacturer for the remainder of the manufacturer's warranty period.

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   SubMasterT From Canada
The first two reviews are pretty funny guys. Re: review #1, this is a Class D monoblock amp - you have to run low impedences (multiple subs or voice coils wired in parallel to produce the 2 ohm load) or you'd be better off buying a bridgeable amp. Secondly re: review #1 it's class D so it's not full range (only exotic $$ Class D is full range) and it's mono so you can't drive stereo speakers with it. Thirdly (relating to reviews #2) class D amps are not power hungry, they are super efficient. Old school Soundstream was power hungry because they were the kings of exotic Class A (super inefficient, ultimate Sq) and ultimate low impedance Class AB amps (eg: my old Reference 500s). Class D is inherently designed to be the opposite of power hungry (super efficient) but anything will draw a lot of current if it's designed to (eg: high output monoblocks) and you drive it to its limits. Anyone buying monoblocks needs to understand impedance loads. The ideal application for this amp would be a 4 ohm dual voice coil sub (2 ohms in paralell) in a ported configuration (twice as efficient as sealed, so your 175w rms is like having 350w).

   cspurdy From kamloops
mr. tim. maybe you should research the power handling of your sub vs the RMS output of the amp. See a difference? Right component for the right application buddy. This amp is made to drive low watt single subwoofer systems. It would be entertaining to hear your components run off a mono amp though.

   Dan From Wisconsin
This amp is great for a single 8" woofer or a small 10" but it's not a power house for subs your better off running your front or rear stage with this amp, they have excellent sound quality but soundstream amps are power hungery.