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Blaupunkt AMP1901D 2000 Watts Max Power Class D 1-Channel Car Speaker Amplifier

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Blaupunkt AMP1901D 2000 Watts Max Power Class D 1-Channel Car Speaker Amplifier

The Blaupunkt AMP1901D 2000W 1-Channel, Full-Range Amplifier (AMP1901D) embodies over 90 years of innovation and excellence in Blaupunkt products, making it the perfect amplifier to install into your motor vehicle. With an optimized 1800-watt RMS output and a max power output of 2000 watts, you can give your music a huge boost in power that will have you and your passengers partying while on the road. This slim amplifier fits perfectly into any trunk so you can easily connect it to your stereo system. Get amped up for the Blaupunkt 2000 Watts 1-Channel, Full-Range Amplifier (AMP1901D) and take your car to the next level.

  • Amplifier Class: D
  • Max Output Power: 2000W
  • RMS Power (1 Ohms): 1800W x 1
  • RMS Power (2 Ohms): 1300W x 4
  • RMS Power (4 Ohms): 600 x 1
  • Frequency Response: 30Hz-250Hz
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: => 96dB
  • Voltage Supply: 11-15V DC
  • Gain Adjust: 250mV-6V

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