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Crunch GP-1000.2 Ground Pounder 2-Channel Class AB 1000 Watts Car Amplifier

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Crunch GP-1000.2 Ground Pounder 2-Channel Class AB 1000 Watts Car Amplifier

What's in a name? When it is the Ground Pounder from Crunch, the name is everything! The Crunch engineers approached the Ground Pounder with specific goals to design the ideal features for an amplifier like a great-sounding preamp section and a versatile crossover with power that will POUND the GROUND. This 1,000-watt GP-1000.2 Crunch Ground Pounder Class AB 2 Channel Amp features nickel-plated preamp-level RCA inputs and screw-down connectors for quick, easy, and secure connections. Amp protection has system-diagnostics LEDs that indicate monitor overload and speaker short protection with lighted indicators on the amplifier end panel.

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Low Noise Preamplifier Circuit    
Maximum low voltage signal from the source unit comes into the amplifier through a low voltage circuit which delivers minimal distortion through the amplification process.

RCA Inputs    
Highest sound quality connection with quality RCA materials helps prevent interference and minimize distortion in the signal path.

High Level Inputs    
Easily tie into OEM audio systems that do not offer RCA output to maximize after market amplifier power.

Operation Mode    
Stereo, Bridged Mono or Stereo/Bridged Mono Simultaneously

Crossover Type    
Variable Electronic 12dB Per Octave

Electronic Equalizer    
Fully Adjustable 12dB Crossovers

Class / Topology    
Class A/B: High sound quality circuit that allows POWER DRIVE to develop high levels of power with minimal distortion.

Output Device Technology    
Exclusive Crunch SPEED-FET MOSFET components maximize power efficiency while improving sound quality and minimizing distortion.

Heat Sink    
QTD Technology Aluminum: Quick Thermal Dispersion Technology assures additional mass in the aluminum heat sink keeps the amplifier running cool with nearly undetectable distortions during normal music listening.

Power Supply    
High energy Pulse Width Modulated Power Supply delivers power with minimal impact on the electrical system.

Output Connections    
Nickel Plated Brass Connection with terminals allow for secure connection while resisting corrosion.

Connection Type    
Screw Down Connectors: Easy access for hand tool allowing a quick and secure connection.

LED System Protection Circuitry Diagnostics    
Monitor overload and speaker short protection with lighted indicators on the amplifier end panel.


  • Type: Amplifier
  • Brand: Crunch
  • Category: Mobile
  • Color: Black/Red
  • Model Replaced: PD-800.2
  • Compatible Vehicles: Universal
  • Amp Class: Class A/B
  • Amp Total Channels: 2
  • Amp Max Power (watts): 1000
  • Amp Power @ 2 Ohms (ch x watts): 2 x 500
  • Amp Power @ 4 Ohms (ch x watts): 2 x 250
  • Amp Mono Bridged @ 4 Ohms (ch x watts): 1 x 1000
  • Amp Crossover: Variable Electronic 12dB Per Octave
  • Amp Tone Control / Parametric EQ: Built-in Bass Control
  • Amp Bass Boost: Switchable: 0/+6/+12dB
  • Amp Variable Voltage: 0.2-9V
  • Amp Frequency Response: 10Hz-22kHz
  • Amp Speaker Level Audio Inputs: Yes
  • Amp Power Terminal 12v/GND: 4 AWG
  • Amp Speaker Terminal Wire Gauge: 12 AWG
  • Amp Fusing: 20A

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