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Soundstream PN2.350D Picasso Nano 350 Watt 2 Channel Class D Amplifier

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Key Features

  • 350 Watt 2 Channel Class D Amplifier
  • 2-ohm Stereo and 4-ohm Bridged Impedance Stability
  • Continuous Power Output (4 Ω): 115 Watts RMS x 2
  • Continuous Power Output (2 Ω): 175 Watts RMS x 2
Unit includes: 2 Channel Amplifier, Installation Hardware, and Instruction Manual

Soundstream PN2.350D Picasso Nano 350 Watt 2 Channel Class D Amplifier
  • Soundstream 350 Watt 2 Channel Class D Amplifier
  • Amplifier will operate with 4-ohm or 2-ohm loads
  • 2 Channel and 1 Channel capable
  • Nano-sized compact Aluminum Alloy Heatsink for Optimum Dissipation
  • Blue Soundstream Tarantula LED Illumination
  • Pulse Width Modulated MOSFET Power Supply and High Quality Class D circuitry
  • SMD Technology on Double Sided PCB
  • Direct Short, Thermal, & Overload Circuits Protect Amplifier
  • Nickel plated RCA inputs
  • 200mV-6V High Speaker Level or Low Level RCA Inputs
  • 8 Gauge power wire connections
  • 8 Gauge speaker wire outputs
  • Speaker level input with included molex connector
  • Variable 12dB Low and High-Pass Crossovers
    Pre-Amp features:
  • Variable Bass Boost (0 - 12 dB)
  • Variable High-pass electronic crossover (35 - 250 Hz)
  • Variable Low-pass electronic crossover (35 - 250 Hz)
    Inputs and Outputs:
  • Two-channel operation (2-Channel input)
  • Nickel-plated 2 Channel RCA level inputs
  • None Low-level thru-pass output to Daisy chain multiple amplifiers
  • Input Sensitivity Low level: 200 mV - 6 V
    Max Power Output:
  • Total Power Output: 350 Watts
    RMS Power Output:
  • Continuous Power Output (2 Ω, ≤ 1% THD+N): 175 W x 2
  • Continuous Power Output (4 Ω, ≤ 1% THD+N): 115 W x 2
    RMS Power Bridged Output:
  • Continuous Power Output (4 Ω, ≤ 1% THD+N): 350 W x 1
  • Overall Dimensions: 1.5 inch (H) x 5.5 inch (L) x 4.75 inch (W)
More Information
Manufacturer Soundstream
Part Number PN2.350D
Amplifier Topology Class Class D
Number of Channels 2 Channel
Total RMS Power at 1 ohm 0.00
Total RMS Power at 2 ohm 350.00
Total RMS Power at 4 ohm 230.00
RMS Output per Channel (x1 at 4 ohms) 350.00 Watts
RMS Output per Channel (x2 at 4 ohms) 115.00 Watts
RMS Output per Channel (x4 at 4 ohms) 0.00 Watts
Total Peak Power Output 350.00 (Watts)
Amplifier Bridging Bridgable @ 4 ohms
Minimum Impedance in Bridged Mode 4 ohm
Minimum Impedance in Un-Bridged Mode 2 ohm
Strappable Amplifier No
Strappable Power Output 0
RCA Pre-amp Audio inputs 1 Pair
RCA Pre-amp Audio outputs None
Preamp voltage 200 mV - 6 V
Speaker level inputs Yes
Gain Control Yes
Bass Knob / Remote Gain No
Built in Crossover High-pass, Low-pass
Cooling Fan No
Color Black
Warranty 1 Year
Recommended Power Wire Gauge 4 Gauge
Overall Height 1.50 inches
Overall Length 5.50 inches
Overall Width 4.75 inches
CEA2006 Compliant No
UPC Code 7.09483E+11
Return period 30 days
Exchange period 30 days
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