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Bring the power to your car audio speakers with the JVC KS-AX5104 Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifier. Packed to the hilt with multiple features, the Amplifier guarantees you an exquisite sonic experience.
The JVC KS-AX5104 Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifier has a maximum output power of 1000W. It has a CLASS-AB circuit especially designed for in-vehicle use with a MOS-FET Power Supply and a MOS-FET Output Stage. The amplifier allows multiple configurations with continuous power output: 70Wx4 at 4 Ohms, 100Wx4 at 2 Ohms and 200Wx2 at 2 Ohms. The amplifier has a frequency range of 5Hz to 50000Hz. The Signal to Noise Ratio is at 80dBAat 2V (RMS).
The JVC KS-AX5104 Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifier contains Variable Input RCA Level Controlranging from 0.25V to 5V; Variable Speaker Input Control ranging from 1 to 20V and Variable Bass Boost Control at 45Hz with a range of 0dB to 18dB. The JVC KS-AX5104 Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifier has Nickel-Plated RCA Terminals, Nickel-Plated Power Supply Terminals and Nickel-Plated Speaker-Out Terminals for all-round perfect connectivity. The amplifier also contains a Circuit Protection mechanism against thermal changes and overheating, short-circuit, overload and DC Offset. It also contains an Anti-pop circuit. The JVC KS-AX5104 Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifier has Power On Indicator and Protector Indicators too. It comes with side covers.
The JVC KS-AX5104 Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifierweighs 3020 grams and is backed by one year warranty to ensure complete peace of mind.
Originating in 1927, Victor Corporation of Japan, Ltd, which is usually referred to as JVC is a Japanese consumer and professional electronics corporation based in Yokohama, Japan. The company is best known for introducing television sets to Japan and for developing the VHS format of video recorders. JVC is famous for its video recorders, video cameras and is the inventor of hard disk camcorders.
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