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DLS XM40 Class AB 4-Channel 400 Watt Car Stereo Amplifier

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DLS XM40 Class AB 4-Channel 400 Watt Car Stereo Amplifier 400W

Brand: DLS
Condition: New

XM40 is a small and powerful amplifier with power output of 4 x 100 Watts peak power, and in mono bridge-connection, it puts out all of 2 x 170 Watts
Built-in/switchable low pass and high pass filters
Bass EQ @ 50 Hz: + 6dB / + 12 dB
Built-in protection circuits shut down the amplifier in the event of overloads
Hi level input with Auto start
Use it for a front system and a subwoofer
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Number of channels: 4
Amplifier class: AB
Peak power: 4 x 100 Watt
Output power in 2 ohm: 4 x 80 Watt
Output power in 4 ohm: 4 x 56 Watt @ 1% THD, 4 x 50 Watt @ 0.05% THD
Mono bridge mode 4 ohm: 2 x 170 Watt
Damping factor: >80
S/N ratio, A-weighted: >90 dB
Frequency range: 20 Hz - 30 kHz
Input sensitivity: 0.25 - 5 Volt
Input impedance: 22 kohm
Input impedance, high level: 220 ohm
High level input with auto start: Yes
Remote bass level control: No
Low level output: No
Remote phase shift control: No
Low pass filter: 50 - 500 Hz ( Ch 1,2,3,4)
High pass filter: 50 - 500 Hz (Ch 1,2,3,4)
Grand bass filter: Bass EQ @ 50 Hz: +6db / +12 dB
Power consumption (idle): 0.5 A
Power consumption (max): 50 A
Rec. power cable: 5 AWG
Fuses: 2 x 25 A
Dimension (W x D x H): 7.44" x 12.67" x 1.81"

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