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4-Channel Amplifiers Class AD Car Amplifiers, Total Peak Power Output: Up to 500watts

800W 4-Channel Class AD Power Series Car Amplifier

• 4 ohms: 150 watts x 4-Chan.
• 2 ohms: 150 watts x 4-Chan.
• 1 ohm: 200 watts x 4-Chan.
• Bridged, 4 ohms: 300 watts x 2 chan.
• Bridged, 2 ohms: 400 watts x 2 chan.

$799.95

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A 4-channel amplifier is the best way to power a complete set of new car speakers. These amplifiers are designed to power four door speakers, although the right & left channels can usually be bridged to offer a wide range of wiring options. Commonly, the rear channels will be bridged to power a small subwoofer while the front channels are used for the front speakers. Some audiophile installations use these amplifiers to bi-amp a pair of component speakers in these setups, each tweeter and midwoofer is powered from their own channel. Four channel amplifiers mostly utilize class A/B circuitry for the best possible sound quality, but the last few years have seen a huge rise in the popularity of full-range class D amps. These amplifiers are prized for their compact chassis, and advances in technology have made them sound almost indistinguishable from their A/B counterparts. 4-Channel amplifiers also frequently feature preamp outputs or signal pass-thru, allowing you to provide signal to a subwoofer amp without running another RCA cable to your head unit.