• RMS: 38W x 4 @ 4 ohms
• Peak: 100W x 4 @ 2 ohms
• Total Peak Power: 400W
• Frequency response: 12 - 22,000 Hz
• Dimensions: 9"W x 7-3/4"L x 2"H
*Spec based on preliminary testing, not based on manufacturer's specs. Manufacturer does not provide this information.Check out the R1004 Owner's Manual
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April 1, 2014
Terrible amp, not worth the money
This amplifier is not worth the money even for it's cheap price. Installed it over the weekend and the noise was terrible. There was so much distortion that it made the amp useless. I would steer clear of purchasing this amp.
Sure, why not
October 12, 2014
Perfect for computer!
I am using this on my computer. Power comes from a generic 5A power supply (12VDC of course). Line out from the PC connects to two 2-way RCA splitters into this amp. Two channels power the satellite speakers and the other two channels power the mid bass speakers. Sounds great and is a perfect upgrade from typical 2.1 computer systems. One great feature of this amp is the soft-on (time delay speaker output relay switch) circuit which keeps the speakers from popping loudly when a brownout occurs (no need to have the speakers connected to the precious battery backup UPS!).
April 28, 2016
I bought this amp about a year ago but due to weather and lack of time, I was barely able to install it today. I am not happy with this purchase. My speakers sounded distorted no matter how much I adjusted the levels unless I had the volume about a quarter high. Speakers sounded under powered, because they sound better with the headunit. As I was looking for a new amplifier to buy I noticed this amp is NOT CEA-2006 Compliant, which upsets me because you guys had it advertised as CEA-2006 Compliant when I purchased it.
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