The Street Machine amplifiers are a new series to the Autotek line in 2008. These amplifiers feature a sonically accurate front end design, progressive heat sink and illuminated Autotek logo.
- RMS Power @ 4-Ohms: 375W x 1
- RMS Power @ 2-Ohms: 750W x 1
- RMS Power @ 1-Ohms: 1500W x 1
- A/B-Class Amplifier Topography
- Pro-FiTM MOSFET Outputs
- ASPS ( Auto-Step Power Supply )
- Road Worthy© TCID (Twin-Coil Isolation Design)
- Fully Adjustable Pro-Design Crossover
- 24 dB Low-Pass Crossover
- 24 dB Subsonic Filter
- Bass Thrust
- Variable Bass Equalization
- RCA Line Outputs
- Amplifier Daisy-Chaining
- 4-Guage Power Connectors
- 1-Ohm stable
- 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 OnlineCarstereo.com 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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bass head From indy-nap-olis
|this is my first maxxsonic amp i have it slammin two cvr 15's in s sealed box. when the bass drops it make your heart hurt.they sure make quailty products. plus it comes with a remote bass control.|
Randall From Texas
|Yeah but he is talking about his gain setting like it is a volume knob lol complete idiot. Why does everyone think its a volume knob? Gain has nothing to do with how loud your system is. You could have the gain all the way down but if your head unit puts out a high voltage through the rca's then your basically running the amp at full power.|
Dancin' Dan From shutchomouf,WI
|well if you knew anything about car audio and the right box configurations you would believe he hit a 146.4 db dumb ass. Just because it says 1500 watts doesn't mean it is even pushing that much. if you have a 100 amp fuse in your power cable the amp is only pushing 1000watts thats not even including the fuses on the amp. So do some research before you go running your mouth.
btw autotek amps are usually under rated.|