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Power Acoustik BAMF4-1800 4-Channel Class-A/B Car Amplifier

$149.99
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SKU
BAMF41800

Key Features

  • BAMF Series Class AB 4-Channel amplifier
  • 4 / 3 / 2 Channel modes of operation
  • Full range operation so amplifier can be used for high or subwoofers
  • Pulse Width Modulated MOSFET power supply with Audiophile Grade IRTM Transistors
  • Variable low-pass crossover
  • Variable high-pass crossover
  • 1800 watts maximum output
Unit includes: 4-Channel car amplifier, Mounting hardware, and Instruction manual

Power Acoustik BAMF4-1800 4-Channel Class-A/B Car Amplifier
    Features:
  • BAMF Series Class AB 4-Channel amplifier
  • Pulse Width Modulated MOSFET power supply with Audiophile Grade IRTM Transistors for excellent sound quality
  • Full range operation so amplifier can be used for high or subwoofers
  • 4 / 3 / 2 Channel modes of operation
  • Die-Cast Aluminum Alloy Heatsink for Optimum Heat Dissipation and custom look
  • 2 Ohm stable in stereo mode and 4 ohm stable in mono-bridged mode
  • 3-way protection circuitry (Thermal, Overload, and Speaker short protection)
  • Multi-color LED (green) for power and (red) for protect
  • Nickel plated low level inputs and speaker level inputs
  • Variable low-pass crossover (Channels 1/2 and Channels 3/4)
  • Variable high-pass crossover (Channels 1/2 and Channels 3/4)
  • Variable bass boost 0dB - +12dB (Channels 1/2 and Channels 3/4)
  • Signal to noise ratio: 103 dB
    Inputs and Outputs:
  • 4 - RCA audio inputs (250mV - 5V)
    Max Power Output:
  • 1800 watts total
    RMS Power Output:
  • 2-Ohms: 225 Watts x 4 channels
  • 4-Ohms: 110 Watts x 4 channels
  • 4-Ohms Bridged: 450 Watts x 2 channels
    Built in Crossover:
  • Frequency Response: 9 Hz - 50,000 Hz
  • Variable high-pass crossover: 50 Hz - 500 Hz 12 dB/octave (Channels 1/2)
  • Variable high-pass crossover: 50 Hz - 500 Hz 12 dB/octave (Channels 3/4)
  • Variable low-pass crossover: 50 Hz - 500 Hz 12 dB/octave (Channels 1/2)
  • Variable low-pass crossover: 50 Hz - 500 Hz 12 dB/octave (Channels 3/4)
    Dimensions:
  • Overall Dimensions: 2-1/4” (H) x 8-1/2” (D) x 13-1/4” (W)
    Fuse rating:
  • Recommended Fuse: 30A x 2
More Information
Manufacturer Power Acoustik
Part Number BAMF4-1800
Amplifier Topology Class Class AB
Number of Channels 4 Channel
Amplifier Bridging Bridgable @ 4 ohms
Minimum Impedance in Bridged Mode 4 ohm
Minimum Impedance in Un-Bridged Mode 2 ohm
Strappable Amplifier No
RCA Pre-amp Audio outputs 2 Pairs (Front, Rear/Sub)
Preamp voltage 5 volts
Speaker level inputs No
Gain Control Yes
Bass Knob / Remote Gain No
Built in Crossover High-pass, Low-pass, None
Cooling Fan No
Color Black
Warranty 1 Year
Recommended Power Wire Gauge 4 Gauge
CEA2006 Compliant No
UPC Code 709483052703
Return period 30 days
Exchange period 30 days
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