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JVC 800W DRVN 4-Channel Amplifier 

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  JVC 800W DRVN 4-Channel Amplifier 

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JVC is one of the oldest audio/video companies in the world. Their first product was a "talking machine" and they produced phonographs (it's like an old timey cd player for you youngsters) as early as 1927. Based in Japan, JVC has made some huge contributions to electronic entertainment including the introduction of the VHS format in 1970 and the VHS recorder only a few years later. They have continued to push and innovate through the analog era the digital era of the 21st century, and are still at the top of the electronics game. With a vast selection of high-tech products from the finest in car audio and sound to great high-definition monitors JVC has proven that it is a reputable company and a name you can trust.
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: What is a Mono-Block Amplifier?
A: A Mono-Block amplifier is a two channel amplifier, but unlike many stereo amps the two channels are separated into two different systems. The main benefit of this type of setup is that it helps to eliminate cross talk or interference between the two channels, allowing for better sound quality. Mono-Block amps also operate with greater efficiency than most stereo amps. The biggest down side of a Mono-Block is that they cost nearly twice as much as an equivalent stereo amp, so you'll have to decide for yourself if the extra cost is worth it for a sound that is not interfered with and perfectly clean.

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