- What's in the Box
- Proposition 65
Alphasonik ALPHA 4250 Alpha Series Class D 4 Channel 1000 Watts 4 Ohms Full Range Digital Amplifier
We are proud to introduce the ALPHA Series. They are designed and engineered in the USA in order to bring the most efficient signal-to-noise ratio in the market. As its name says, these are our most powerful and size-efficient amplifiers. The small and digital technology design makes them one of the most desirable yet in our lineup to fulfill this new trend of car audio enthusiasts.
- Full Range Digital Amplifier
- 1000 Watts Output
- 75 Watts x 4 @ 4 Ohms Stereo
- 135 Watts x 4 @ 2 Ohms Stereo
- 250 Watts x 4 @ 1 Ohms Stereo
- 250 Watts x 2 @ 4 Ohms Mono
- 500 Watts x 2 @ 2 Ohms Mono
- Dimensions: (W x H x L) 7.28 x 2.30 x 8.98” (185 x 58.5 x 228mm)
- 2-Ohm Stereo Stable
- 1-Ohm Stereo Stable
- 4-Ohm Mono Stable
- 2-Ohm Mono Stable
- Low-Level Inputs
- Frequency Response: 15Hz - 20kHz
- Signal To Noise Ratio: >96dB (+/-3dB)
- Total Harmonic Distortion: 1.0%
- Bass Boost: 0 - 12dB
- Variable Bass EQ: 35Hz - 70Hz
- Variable Input Sensitivity (200mV - 6V)
- Variable Low-Pass Crossover: 50Hz - 6kHz
- Variable High-Pass Crossover: 15Hz - 6kHz
- 4-Way Protection Circuitry: Thermal, Short Circuit, Overload, and DC Offset
- M-Spec Double-Sided Glass Epoxy Circuit Board
- Nickel-Plated Terminal Blocks
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Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
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