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Taramps DS 250X2 Class D 2 Channel 250 Watt RMS 2 Ohms Car Audio Amplifier

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Taramps DS 250X2 Class D 2 Channel 250 Watt RMS 2 Ohms Car Audio Amplifier

The Taramps DS 250×2 amplifier module was developed in a size that fits in your pocket. This amplifier module was designed for those who like bass, medium and also high frequencies. Because it is FULL RANGE, it caters to all types of audiences and automotive sound systems, whether internal or external. It is stereo, has 2 channels of 125 Watts RMS at 2 ohms or 1 channel in bridge with 250 Watts RMS at 4 ohms, with maximum power of 250 Watts RMS at 2 ohms. The automotive sound style is just right for you!


  • Compact automotive 2-channel amplifier boost your car audio sound for during every drive
  • Operates at 2 ohms with 250-watt RMS for maximum power with 2, 125-watt RMS channels
  • Full-range amplifier can operate on all frequencies using the right measure
  • Built-in output short provides added safety
  • Ideally made for most car speaker applications
  • Input sensitivity: 250mV
  • Frequency response: 8Hz-45KHz
  • Crossover high pass: 80Hz-2.2KHz variable
  • Crossover low pass: 80Hz fixed
  • Input impedance: 18,000 ohms
  • Minimum supply voltage: 9 VDC
  • Color: White

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