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Alpine PDX-4.150

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Alpine PDX-4.150

The Alpine PDX-4.150 is a 4/3/2 channel power density digital amplifier with a RMS Power rating of 150W x 4 (2ohms @14.4V 1%THD) and 150W x 4 (3ohms @14.4V 1%THD). The unit measures 257 x 192 x 62 mm. It is a one-side terminal layout amplifier with 4 Layer Glass Epoxy PC Board with Thermal Management Processor and Adjustable Crossover (HP/LP). It features MOSFET Power Supply, DC-DC PWM Power Supply, MOSFET Final Outputs and STAR Circuitry. It has Auto Over-Current Protection with to…

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Alpine PDX-4.150

The Alpine PDX-4.150 is a 4/3/2 channel power density digital amplifier with a RMS Power rating of 150W x 4 (2ohms @14.4V 1%THD) and 150W x 4 (3ohms @14.4V 1%THD). The unit measures 257 x 192 x 62 mm. It is a one-side terminal layout amplifier with 4 Layer Glass Epoxy PC Board with Thermal Management Processor and Adjustable Crossover (HP/LP). It features MOSFET Power Supply, DC-DC PWM Power Supply, MOSFET Final Outputs and STAR Circuitry. It has Auto Over-Current Protection with top mounted blue LED Power/Status Indicator, Integrated Wire and Mounting Screw Terminals, Input Channel Selector and Input Mode Selector Switch. The unit also has gold plated RCA Input Connectors, continuously adjustable gain control and gold plated power screw terminals. The unit measures 257 x 192 x 62 mm.

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The Alpine PDX-4.150 is a one-sided terminal 4 channel operation amplifier featuring BassEngine® Sound Tuning with a crossover frequency adjustment of 1/2Ch + 3/4Ch, 30Hz-400Hz HP/LP/Off at -12dB/oct. The unit is about 60% smaller than previous models with same power output. It has the ability to provide the same output to 2Ohm and 4Ohm while the mono amp has two subwoofer connectors for expendability to add a second subwoofer. The same amount of power is used to drive one 4Ohm speaker can drive two 4Ohm speakers when they are wired in parallel to create a 2Ohm load.

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