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Orion CB2500.1D Cobalt Series 2500W Class D Monoblock 1 Channel Car Amplifier

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Orion Cobalt CB2500.1D 2500 Watts Max Power Car Amplifier

This is Orion's CB2500.1D Class D Monoblock 1 Channel Amplifier. This amplifier is designed and crafted with the best components on the market. Built-in a heavy-duty rugged die-cast aluminum heatsink with great internal components. This amplifier is sure to get the job done.

WARNING! This product contains chemicals, such as lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Please wash your hands after use.

Once the amplifier is opened, all warranty will have to be done through the manufacturer. Professional installation is highly recommended. We are not responsible for any damages that are caused by improper installation.


  •  Music Power Watts @ 4 Ohm Mono 14.4V: 800
  •  Music Power Watts @ 2 Ohm Mono 14.4V: 1500
  •  Max Music Power Watts 1 Ohm Mono: 2500
  •  Frequency Response: 10Hz~400Hz
  •  Signal Noise Ratio: 93dB
  •  Input Impedance: 22K Ohm
  •  T.H.D.: <0.05%
  •  Subsonic: 25Hz
  •  Low Pass Frequency: 15Hz-400KHz
  •  Bass Boost: 0~18dB
  •  Phase: 0°/180°
  •  Supply Voltage: 10~16V DC
  •  Power and Protection LED Indicators
  •  Soft Turn-On/Turn-Off
  •  Dimensions (mm): 326 x 210 x 66

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Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?

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