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FM Tuner Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity: 12dB (S/N=30dB)
AM Tuner Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity: 40dB (S/N=20dB)
Weather Band Selection
BT Range: 33ft / 10m (Class 2)
BT Profiles: A2DP / AVRCP 1.3
USB Drive Media Supported
32GB / FAT 32
USB 2.0 High Speed
USB Output Voltage: 5VDC @ 1A
MAX Continuous Output: 240W (All channels driven)
PEAK Power Rating: 63W / channel
RMS Total Power Output: 150W
Frequency Response: 20-25kHz
4 Ohm stable
Chassis Dimensions (H x D x W): 0.79" x 3.75" x 3.5" (20mm x 95mm x 90.2mm)
Button Backlight Illumination: Red LED
Front/Rear RCA Preamp Output: 2V RMS
RCA Input Impedance: 10kohm
TFT: TN Type / Active Matrix
Power Source: 14.4VDC (10.8V ~ 16V allowable)
Grounding System: Negative Type
Maximum Current Consumption: 15A
3-Way Protection Circuitry (thermal, overload and speaker short protection)
Unit Weight: 1.08lbs (0.52kg)
Storage Temperature: 5 degrees Fahrenheit to 113 degrees Fahrenheit (-15 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees Celsius)
Operation Temperature: 14 degrees Fahrenheit to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 degrees Celsius to 40 degrees Celsius)
Replacement Fuse: 15A (Replace with ATG Fuse Type Only)
Speaker Type: Full Range
Woofer Size: 6.5"
Tweeter Size: 1"
Mounting Depth: 2.44"
Peak Power Handling: 200 Watts
System Sensitivity (1W/1M): 90dB
System Impedance: 4 Ohm
System Frequency Response: 80Hz to 20kHz
2 x Hexagon Mounting Studs
8 x M4 Secure Nuts
2 x MR60W Speakers
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