The EG2-1400 is an elegantly designed amplifier with 1,400 watts of maximum power output. It provides stereo output with possible impedances of 2-ohms and 4-ohms. The MOSFET Power Supply houses a robustly constructed PCB with PWM. The internal circuitry is protected from direct shortages, thermal hazards and overload of power. If you have a factory stereo system, you can further enhance its audio levels with the High/Speaker level that accepts the speaker signal and Low level RCA inputs which accepts signal from the pre-amp outputs of the source unit.
4 Gauge Power wiring and 8 Gauge speaker wire outputs enables a higher and stable flow of current. Enjoy the pure audio quality with variable 12dB High and Low Pass crossovers.
Unit includes: Car Amplifier, Mounting hardware, and Instruction manual
Power Acoustik EG2-1400 2-Channel Class AB Amplifier - 1400 Watts
Power Acoustik EG2-1400 Class AB 2-Channel Edge Series Amplifier
Designed as a dedicated full range audio amplifier for door speakers or bridged for subwoofers
Robust MOSFET Power Supply with Military grade PCB with PWM
2 ohms stable in stereo and 4 ohm stable in mono for high power output
3-way protection circuitry (Thermal, Overload, and Speaker short protection)
High Speaker Level and Low Level RCA Input
Variable input gain control with low level input voltage up to 6 Volts
We show you how to properly wire subwoofers. There are many options with dual and single voice coil subwoofers and they all present different loads to your amplifier. We show you the do's and don'ts!
Learn the basics of an aftermarket car stereo installation. First we walk you through a step by step process of the wiring harness installation, then we show you how to mount the units using a dash kit.
Amplifiers are power hungry devices that are the heart of every car audio system. A power line fuse on your amp is essential because without one you could have a fire if the power wire is accidentally shorted. We show you how to properly wire a fuse at the battery of your vehicle.
We show you how to set the gains on your amplifiers correctly using an inexpensive oscilloscope. Using the DSO Nano V3, we demonstrate what amplifier clipping looks and sounds like. We then demonstrate how to set your system up the right way and prevent these damaging issues.