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Hitron 1100W Max, Pro Series Monoblock Subwoofer Amplifier With Remote Level Control
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  Hitron 1100W Max, Pro Series Monoblock Subwoofer Amplifier With Remote Level Control
 




PRODUCT DETAILS
Fits On:

All Jeeps (Universal), All Vehicles (Universal)


Description:
• Pro Series Monoblock Class A/B Car Amplifier
• RMS Power Rating: 4 ohms: 250 watts x 1 chan.
• MAX Power Rating: 2 ohms: 1100 watts x 1 chan.
• MOSFET Pulse width modulated power supply
• Wired remote bass level control included
• LED power and protect indicators
• Variable bass boost (0 to +18 dB boost)
• Mono channel operation
• Speaker-level inputs with signal sensing for automatic turn-on
• 3-Way System Protection circuitry (thermal, input overload, speaker short protection)
• Automatic output power increase at 2 ohms
• Heavy duty aluminum alloy heatsink for extreme heat dissipation
• Continuously variable input gain control
• Nickle-plated RCA level inputs
• Nickle-plated screw terminals
• Damping Factor: 180+
• Variable low-pass filter (35-160 Hz)
• Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz
• Dimensions: 9-1/2"L x 10-7/16"W x 2-5/16"H
FAQs
Q: How many watts should I make sure my amplifier can handle? How do I know which wattage is best for me?
A: Matching your amplifier's power with your speakers is of utmost importance to a good sounding stereo system. If you are planning on running large subwoofers for added bass you should know that subs need a lot more power (around four times more) than the other component speakers in your system. There is no set amount of power that is best for a car stereo system but usually the more power you can run, the richer and fuller the sound quality will be from the system. The most important thing is to match the amp to the speakers you are using. If you are going to run four mid-range speakers and they can handle 50 watts a piece then you'll want an amp that can supply close to 50 watts per channel. In that same system you may run a subwoofer that can handle 200 watts, in which case you will need an amp that can supply at least 150 watts to the sub.

Q: How Many Channels Should My Amp Have?
A: Choosing the right amplifier is an important part of building your car audio system. Choosing the right number of channels for your amplifier is determined by the number of speakers (tweeters, mid-range and sub-woofers) you are planning to run. In most cases you want to run one speaker per channel. Although it is possible to run multiple speakers off of the same channel it is not usually recommended since it wouldn't optimize sound quality. In general, sub-woofers require more power than smaller speakers so in many cases they will require their own dedicated amplifier.

Here is an example of possible set-ups: If you have a vehicle with four mid-range speakers and a sub-woofer you know will need one channel per speaker for all five speakers. You can either run a five channel amplifier with a dedicated sub-woofer channel in it, or you can use a four channel amplifier for the mid-range speakers and a separate mono or two channel amp for the sub-woofer. The latter option will provide the cleanest sound and allow your subwoofer to get all the power it can use, but either option will work.

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