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StreetWires :: PSC401 :: $65.00

StreetWires PSC401

Item# 20374

Power Station 1 Farad 16/20 Volt Capacitor

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StreetWires Power Station Capacitors maintain consistent voltage to your audio system. When you turn up the volume on your audio system, you put more strain on your vehicle’s electrical system and even more so during severe transient peaks and heavy bass loads. The result is a voltage drain on your electrical system with decreased output from your audio system and other vehicle electronics. In other words, adding a Power Station Capacitor keeps your headlights from dimming when the bass is pumpin’. Power Station Capacitors are the high power link between your battery or other power source and your amps or other components.

  • Lowest E.S.R. and E.S.L. Ratings Acheivable
  • Digital Display models offer current sensing activation and shut down, audible warnings and machined terminal posts
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*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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   David From CA
I have this hooked up to a Kicker 4 channel amp where the channels are bridged to put out 170 watts x2 RMS pushing 2 Rockford Fosgate subs. Seems to do its job pretty well. Lack of a digital display doesn't matter to me because it's in my trunk where I can't see it. A couple of issues are the fact that the metal clips that secure the capacitor to whatever you mount it on weren't rounded enough, and they scratched up the capacitor in shipping.

   joshua koerner From rockwall tx
works well with any mtx amp but the lack of digital display kinda makes it a bummer but it does the job so who cares about the voltage display