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Orion CBT2500.2 2-Channel Class AB Compact Car Audio Amplifier 2500W Max Power

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Original price $109.99
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Original price $109.99
Current price $84.95
$84.95 - $84.95
Current price $84.95

Orion CBT2500.2 2-Channel Class AB Compact Car Audio Amplifier 2500W

2 Channel Amplifier 2500 Watts Max music power by Orion High-performance car audio. This amplifier is designed and crafted with the best components on the market. 

Features:

  • Car Audio 2-channel Class AB Amplifier
  • Model: CBT2500.2 Cobalt Series
  • Stereo 2 Ohm Watts: 450W
  • Total Musical Watts: 1250W
  • Max Music Peak Power: 2500W
  • Frequency Response: 10Hz-30kHz(-3dB)
  • Signal noise Ratio: 90dB
  • Input Impedance: 22k ohm
  • Input sensitivity: 200mV-6V
  • THD: <0.1%
  • Hi Pass Frequency: 50Hz-1.2kHz
  • Low Pass Frequency: 40Hz-250Hz
  • Bass Boost: 0/12dB
  • Supply voltage: 10~16V DC
  • Power and Protection LED Indicators
  • Soft Turn-on/ Turn-off
  • Dimensions(mm): 232 x 185 x 62

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