Kicker 43DXA1252 Class D 2 Channel Amplifier - 120W RMS
- DX Series 2 Channel Class D 120W RMS Amplifier
- 30 Watts RMS x 2 Channels @ 4 ohms
- 60 Watts RMS x 2 Channels @ 2 ohms
- 125 Watts RMS x 1 Channel @ 4 ohms (Bridged)
- Frequency Response of 10Hz-20kHz
The Kicker DXA125.2 is a 2 channel car amplifier that is capable of producing high quality music, and delivers 30 watts x 2 Channel to each of the speakers in your car. This is delivered from a quite small yet compact unit that can be easily installed anywhere within your ride. Delivering more than 3 times the power that any other basic factory system is capable of, the kicker is capable of kicking some action into your otherwise dull journey. Adding excellent clarity and special punch to the music that emanates from your system, the Kicker allows you to power your front speaker by using the front channels, and at the same time bridges the rear channels together to enhance the power from the subwoofer at 125 watts x 1 channel.
This 2 channel car amplifier is capable of producing 30 watts x 2 channel at 4 ohms, which is stable in bridged mode. This CEA-2006 compliant piece of equipment comes with variable high and low pass filters ranging from 50 to 200 Hz at 12 decibels/octave, and variable bass boost that produces blasting music ranging from 0 to 12 decibels at 40 Hz. The differential-balanced inputs ensure that noise due to your ride’s electrical system is totally eliminated, giving you clean, uninterrupted music. Also featuring Fail-Safe Integration FIT™ technology, and advanced circuitry that ensure superior power and clarity. The amplifier comes with Class D technology.
Unit includes: Car Amplifier, Mounting hardware, and Instruction manual
- DXA125.2, DX Series 2 Channel Class D 120W RMS Amplifier
- RMS operation @ 4 ohms delivers 30 watts x 2 Channel
- RMS operation @ 2 ohms delivering 60 watts x 2 Channel
- Bridged Mono operation @ 4 ohms delivering 125 watts x 1 Channel
- Remote bass with CXRC Capable - Sold Seperately
- Frequency Response of 10Hz-20kHz
- 12dB/octave Variable 50 - 200 Hz Selectable High Pass & Low Pass Crossover
- Signal to Noise Ratio, RE: Rated Power, A-Weighted, >95dB
- Variable 50-200Hz @ 12dB/Octave HI, LO or OFF Crossover
- KickEQ™ Bass Boost Variable 0-12dB @ 40Hz
- RMS Power Output:
- 30 watts x 2 Channel RMS Power @ 4 Ohms
- 60 watts x 2 Channel RMS Power 2 Ohms
- 125 watts x 1 Channel Bridged RMS Power 4 Ohms Mono
- Inputs and Outputs:
- 125mV-5V Low Level Input
- 250mV-10V High Level Input
- 2.35” H x 7.08” W x 8.26” L
- Warranty Duration:
- Basic Warranty: 1 year
|Amplifier Topology Class||Class D|
|Number of Channels||2 Channel|
|Amplifier Bridging||Bridgable @ 4 ohms|
|Minimum Impedance in Un-Bridged Mode||2 ohm|
|RCA Pre-amp Audio inputs||1 Pair|
|Preamp voltage||150 mV - 12 V|
|Speaker level inputs||No|
|Bass Knob / Remote Gain||No|
|Built in Crossover||High-pass, Low-pass|
|Recommended Power Wire Gauge||8 Gauge|
|Return period||30 days|
|Exchange period||30 days|
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