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Boss Audio :: CX350 :: $69.95

Boss Audio CX350

Item# 18959

100W x 4 Power Amplifier

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  • Max Power @ 2-Ohm: 100W x 4
  • RMS Power @ 4-Ohm: 50W x 4
  • Trimode operation
  • Bridgeable
  • Remote subwoofer level control
  • Line and speaker level inputs
  • Variable gain control
  • Power and protection LEDs
  • Variable lowpass crossover
  • High pass crossover
  • 0-+18dB variable bass boost
  • MOSFET power supply
  • Signal to Noise Ration: 90 dB
  • THD: 0.01%
  • Dimensions: 9-13/16"W x 2-5/16"H x 7-11/16"
  • 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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   Roger Z. From Okanogan/Omak, WA
got it for 50$ new on ebay. its a good amp. no line noise like the other guys stated. i routed rca's on driver side and all power on passenger side to keep power current from audio cables! its very good if you are looking for alittle more noticable kick to the door speaker, i have an 05 Dodge Ram Quad Cab 1-Ton and got all JVC Speakers with the JVC El Kameleon KD-AVX44 headunit. great amp at a good value, noting to complain about. looking to get the Boss CH450 next for my JVC arsenal 10" Sub.

   Mark Miller From San Diego California
I bought this unit with the intention of bridging the rear stereo output to a mono sub. When I got it I found out that it's a non-bridgeable amp. This was disapointing since a 50Watt RMS mono isn't going to drive my little subwoofer. Aside from this obvious setback, the unit has an irritating high pitch hum when the car is on. Neither my ground loop isolator nor my power line noise supressor had any effect on the line noise. My problems all ended when I shorted the power connector while switching different components in and out to try and correct the noise. The short blew the fuse, but it jumped the fuse connector and fried the circut board. I have a 4 channel 600w sony xplod in there now and havn't had a single issue with it. No line noise, and plenty of power for my small system.