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Audiopipe APCLE-15001D 1500 Watt Class D Mono Amplifier

$217.99
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APCLE15001D

Key Features

  • Audiopipe APCLE-15001D 1500 Watt Class D Mono Amplifier
  • 1500 watts RMS x 1 Channel (1 ohm)
  • 950 watts RMS x 1 Channel (2 ohms)
  • 600 watts RMS x 1 Channel (4 ohms)
  • 2 - Channel Low level RCA inputs
  • Amplifier is strap-able so that you can connect and bridge with another APCLE-15001D
Unit includes: 1-Channel power amplifier, Mounting hardware, Wired bass controller, 100 amp fuse and fuse holder and Instruction manual

Audiopipe APCLE-15001D 1500 Watt Class D Mono Amplifier
    Features:
  • 1500 Watts Max Power
  • Pulse Width Modulated MOSFET Power supply
  • Double side FR-4 PCB with high quality SMD components
  • Oversized toroids for excellent current and voltage control
  • 3-Way Protection circuit senses internal temperature and automatically lowers input level to prevent heat damage. Short circuit protection prevent damage when speaker leads are shorted. Overload protection prevent damage from low impedance or blown woofers.
  • 1-ohm stable
  • Amplifier is strap-able so that you can connect and bridge with another for additional power output (2 ohm - 4 ohm load only)
  • Variable Low Pass filters allow you to adjust the playback frequencies from 40Hz to 180Hz at 12dB per octave
  • 2 channel RCA inputs accepts up to 5 volt input signals
  • 0° and 180° phase control
  • Variable Bass boost controls: 0 - +12dB at 30Hz - 80Hz
  • Variable subsonic filter: 24dB 10Hz - 15Hz
  • Gold plated terminals for all connections
  • Accepts up to 16 volts DC input for maximum sound output
  • Frequency Response: 8Hz to 180 Hz
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (4 Ω): < 0.15% (1kHz)
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A Weighted, at 1 kHz): >70dB
  • Dimensions: 14-1/16" (W) x 2-1/8" (H) x 7" (D)
  • Minimum 2 Gauge power wire with 100 amp fuse
    RMS Power Rating:
  • 4 ohms: 600 watts x 1 channels
  • 2 ohms: 950 watts x 1 channels
  • 1 ohms: 1500 watts x 1 channel
More Information
Manufacturer Audiopipe
Part Number APCLE15001D
Amplifier Topology Class Class D
Number of Channels 1 Channel
Total RMS Power at 1 ohm 1,500.00
Total RMS Power at 2 ohm 950.00
Total RMS Power at 4 ohm 600.00
Total Peak Power Output 1,500.00 (Watts)
Amplifier Bridging Not Bridgable
Minimum Impedance in Un-Bridged Mode 1 ohm
Strappable Amplifier No
Strappable Power Output 3000 Watts
RCA Pre-amp Audio inputs 1 Pair
RCA Pre-amp Audio outputs 1 Pair
Preamp voltage 5 volts
Speaker level inputs No
Gain Control Yes
Bass Knob / Remote Gain Yes
Built in Crossover Low-pass, Sub-sonic
Cooling Fan No
Color Black
Warranty 1 Year
Recommended Power Wire Gauge 2 Gauge
CEA2006 Compliant No
UPC Code 784644417256
Return period 30 days
Exchange period 30 days
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