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Crunch PZ-4020.1D Powerzone Series 4000W Max Class AB Monoblock 1 ohm Car Amplifier
Crunch PZ-4020.1D PowerZone Series Class AB Mono 4000W 1 Ohm Amplifier by Crunch®. Make other drivers green with envy by a loud and perfectly clear sound out of your vehicle. Top-shelf amplifiers are all you need to increase the volume of music without distortion as well as power your woofers or subwoofers.
- Crunch Powerzone PZ-4020.1D
- Class-A/B Full Range 1-Ohm Stable 1-Channel Amplifier
- RMS Power Rating:
- 4 ohms: 1000 watts x 1 chan.
- 2 ohms: 2000 watts x 1 chan.
- 1 ohm: 4000 watts x 1 chan.
- Total power output: 4000 watts
- CEA-2006 Compliant Amplifier
- Pulse Width Modulated MOSFET power supply
- Wired remote bass level control included
- LED power (green) and protect (red) indicators
- Soft start turn-on
- Mono channel operation
- Speaker-level (high-level) inputs
- Preamp RCA outputs to daisy chain multiple amps
- 3-way protection circuitry (thermal, overload, and speaker short protection)
- Dual speaker terminals simplify the hookup of multiple speakers
- QTD (Quick Thermal Dispersion) Technology Heat Sink
- Input sensitivity:
- Low level: 6V - 0.25V
- Frequency Response: 10 - 250 Hz
- Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <0.10%
- Signal to Noise Ratio: >95dB
- Variable high-pass filter: 60 - 1,200 Hz, 24 dB/octave
- Variable low-pass filter: 30 - 250 Hz, 24 dB/octave
- Subsonic filter: 10- 40Hz , 24 dB/octave
- Variable Bass Boost: 0 to +9 dB bass boost at 45 Hz
- Fuse Rating: 80A x 1
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Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
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