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DLS Reference CC2 2-Channel AB Class 340W RMS Compact SQ Car Amplifier

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DLS Reference CC2 2-Channel AB Class 340 Watts RMS Compact SQ Car Amplifier

Brand: DLS
Condition: New

Small and powerful amplifier with a RMS power output of 2 x 170 Watts
In 4 ohm mono bridge-connection, it puts out all of 340 Watts
Built-in low-pass filter for subwoofers, variable between 50 and 500 Hz
The high-pass filter is also variable between 50 and 500 Hz
Built-in protection circuits shut down the amplifier in the event of overloads
High level input with AUTO-start function makes it easier to connect to factory installed head units
Bass EQ variabel fron 0 till +6dB
THD at 5W, 1 kHz: <0,02%
Damping factor: >150
Signal to noise ratio, A-weighted: 110 dB
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Number of channels: 2
Amplifier class: AB
Mono bridge mode 4 ohm: 340 Watt
Output power in 2 ohm: 2 x 170 Watt
Output power in 4 ohm: 2 x 110 Watt
Damping factor: > 150
S/N ratio, A-weighted: > 110 dB
Frequency range: 10 Hz - 50 kHz
Input sensitivity: 1 - 4 Volt
Input impedance: 6 kohm
Input impedance, high level: 45 ohm
High pass filter: 50 - 500 Hz
Low pass filter: 50 - 500 Hz
Grand bass filter: Bass EQ +6dB @ 60 Hz
Low level output: No
High level input with auto start: Yes
Power consumption (idle): 0.5 A
Power consumption (max): 43 A
Rec. power cable: 16 sq mm (5 AWG)
Fuses: 2 x 20 A
Dimension (W x D x H): 129mm x 260mm x 51mm (5.07" x 10.2" x 2")
Weight: 1.87 kg

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