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Kicker Kx800.5 800w Rms Kx Series 5-channel Class D Stereo Car Amplifier on 2040-parts.com

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Greenville, Ohio, United States

Greenville, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:KICKER Channels:5 Model:KX800.5 RMS Power:800W Manufacturer Part Number:40KXM8005 MPN:40KXM8005

Brand new, unopened box. I bought the wrong equipment, my loss is your gain. Priced to sell

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