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Taramps DS 440X4 Class D 4 Channel 440 Watt RMS 2 Ohms Car Audio Amplifier

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Taramps DS 440X4 Class D 4 Channel 440 Watt RMS 2 Ohms Car Audio Amplifier

The DS 440√ó4 from Taramps is a modern amplifier module designed for automotive sound systems, whether internal or external. It is a FULL RANGE module and houses the most diverse speakers, drivers, and tweeters. It has an LED indicating when it is on / off, it is stereo, with a maximum power of 440 Watts RMS between 4 channels of 110 Watts RMS at 2 ohms each, responding frequencies between 8Hz ~ 26KHz (-3dB). All this technology to reproduce your playlist in the right measure for you.


  • Automotive 4-channel amplifier boost your car audio sound for during every drive
  • Operates at 2 ohms with 440-watt RMS for maximum power with 4, 110-watt RMS channels
  • Full-range amplifier can operate on all frequencies using the right measure
  • Built-in fan thermal protection prevents over-heating with output short for added safety
  • Ideally made for most car speaker applications
  • Input sensitivity: 250mV
  • Frequency response: 8Hz-26KHz
  • Input impedance: 18,000 ohms
  • Minimum supply voltage: 8 VDC

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