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Blaupunkt AMP4000D 4000 Watts Max Monoblock Class D Car Amplifier with Bass Remote

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Blaupunkt AMP4000D 4000 Watts Max Monoblock Class D Car Amplifier with Bass Remote

The AMP4000D 1-Channel Monoblock Amp embodies over 90 years of innovation and excellence in Blaupunkt products, making it the ideal amplifier to install into your motor vehicle. With an optimized 2,000-watt RMS output, you can give your music a huge boost in power that will have you and your passengers partying while on the road. This amplifier fits into any trunk so you can easily connect it to your stereo system. Get amped up for the Blaupunkt AMP4000D 1-Channel Monoblock Amplifier and take your car to the next level.

  • 4,000 Watts X 1 Channel Max Power Output
  • 2,800 Watts Rms X 1 Channel At 1 Ohm
  • 2,000 Watts Rms X 1 Channel At 2 Ohms
  • 1,000 Watts Rms X 1 Channel At 4 Ohms
  • Designed To Power Vehicle Subwoofer
  • Slim To Fit In Any Trunk
  • Frequency Response: 10 Hz To 250 Hz
  • Crossover Frequency: 50 Hz To 250 Hz
  • Crossover Slope (Db/Oct): 24 Db/Oct
  • Signal-To-Noise Ratio: Equal To Or Greater Than 96 Db
  • Voltage Supply: 11 Volts To 16 Volts Dc
  • Gain Adjust: 200 Mv To 8 Volts
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: Equal To Or Lesser Than 0.05%
  • Rca Input: 2 Channels
  • Fuse: 40 Amps X 3
  • Dimensions: 12.6 In. X 7.4 In. X 2.2 In.

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