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Planet Audio AC3000.1D Class D 3000W Monoblock Power Car Amplifier

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RMS Power Rating (4 ohms): 1000 watts x 1 channel
RMS Power Rating (2 ohms): 1500 watts x 1 channel
RMS Power Rating (1 ohms): 2100 watts x 1 channel
Pulse width modulated MOSFET power supply
LED power (green) and protect (red) indicators
Chrome-plated connections enhance durability
Illuminated logo
Dual speaker terminals simplify the hookup of multiple speakers
Low level high inputs
Input Sensitivity (Low level): 100mV-2V
Input Sensitivity (High level): 2V-8V
Phase Shift: Switchable 0-180
Frequency response: 20-250 Hz
Dimensions: 13" L x 10" W x 2-3/16" H
Anarchy Series Class D Monoblock Car Amplifier
Max Power Output (1 ohms): 3000 watts x 1 channel
Convenient remote subwoofer control
Variable Bass Boost 0 to +18 dB
Variable low pass crossovers
3-Way System Protection circuitry (thermal, overload, and speaker short protection)
Heavy duty aluminum alloy heatsink for extreme heat dissipation
Heavy-duty set-screw terminals
Subsonic filter: 15-40 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 105 dB
Strapping capabilities allow user to strap two amps together for twice the power using included DataLink cable (2 ohm only)
1/0-gauge power and ground wiring is needed for installation
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