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Kenwood KAC-9106D 2,000 Watts Maximum Class-D Mono Power Amplifier

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Key Features

  • Class-D Mono 2,000 Watt MAX Amplifier
  • Power MOS-FET Switching Power Supply
  • Built in Venting Fan
  • Signal Sensing Turn-on
  • Line Output Terminals for Extension
  • Terminal Cover
  • Cast Aluminum Heat Sink Design
  • CEA-2006 Compliant
The Unit Includes: Class-D Mono Power Amplifier, Speaker Input Level Cable, Hardware, Instruction Manual

Kenwood KAC-9106D Class-D Mono Power Amplifier

  • Class D amplifier for excellent efficency and awesome power output
  • Power MOS-FET Switching Power Supply
  • Speaker Level Input for easy integration into existing factory audio systems
  • Cast Aluminum Heat Sink Design for excellent heat dissapation
  • Signal Sensing Turn-on will automatically turn amplifier on if remote turn on signal is not present or can't be found
  • Removable Terminal Covers to conceal ugly wiring
  • Line Output Terminals for for easy daisy chaining
  • Built in Variable Low-Pass Filter (50Hz-200Hz, -24dB/oct)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 100dB (Reference: Rated Power into 4 Ohms at 14.4V)
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-200Hz (+0dB, -3dB)
  • Input Impedance: 10k ohm
  • Speaker Impedance: 4Ω (2Ω to 8Ω allowable)
  • Weight (kg): 2.8 (kg)/6.2 (lbs.)
  • CEA-2006 Compliant

Max Power Output
  • 2 ohms: 2000 watts x 1 channel

RMS Power Output
  • 4 ohms: 500 watts x 1 channel
  • 2 ohms: 1000 watts x 1 channels

Inputs and Outputs
  • Battery & Ground: Screw Type Terminal Block (Nickel Plated) (M6)
  • Line-in: RCA (Nickel Plated)
  • Line Out: RCA (Nickel Plated)
  • Speaker Input: JST Connector
  • Speaker Output: Screw Type Terminal Block (Ni) (M4)

  • 335mm x 56mm x 192mm
  • 13-3/16 inch x 2-3/16 inch x 7-9/16 inch

Bass Boost
  • Built in Bass Boost Control (40Hz, 0dB-+18dB)

More Information
Manufacturer Kenwood
Part Number KAC9106D
Amplifier Topology Class Class D
Number of Channels 1 Channel
Total RMS Power at 1 ohm 0.00
Total RMS Power at 2 ohm 1,000.00
Total RMS Power at 4 ohm 500.00
Total Peak Power Output 2,000.00 (Watts)
Amplifier Bridging Not Bridgable
Minimum Impedance in Un-Bridged Mode 2 ohm
Strappable Amplifier No
RCA Pre-amp Audio inputs 1 Pair
RCA Pre-amp Audio outputs 1 Pair
Preamp voltage 150 mV - 11 V
Speaker level inputs Yes
Gain Control Yes
Bass Knob / Remote Gain No
Built in Crossover Low-pass
Cooling Fan No
Color Black
Warranty 1 Year
Recommended Power Wire Gauge 4 Gauge
CEA2006 Compliant No
UPC Code 019048206121
Return period 30 days
Exchange period 30 days
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