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Arc Audio Xdi 804 4 Channel Amp on

US $249.00

Peoria, Illinois, United States

Peoria, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:Arc Audio Channels:4 Model:XDi804 RMS Power:500W

Hello everyone...up for sale is a new-in-box Arc Audio amp.  I bought this for a bike but will work in a car just as well.  The power is rated at 480W and is 4 channel.  Let me know if you have any questions, thanks and good luck!

4 channels @ 4 ohms: 80 Watts
4 Channels @ 2 ohms: 120 Watts
2 Channels @ 4 ohms: 240 Watts
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
Crossover Range:50Hz - 250Hz HP/LP Variable
Bass Boost: +15dB @ 45Hz
Input Sensitivity (Low): 200mV - 3.5V
Max current draw: 43A @ 480 Watts 1% THD
Fuse: 2 x 25 Amp
Idle Current: 1.1 Amp
Dimensions: 8.125"(L) x 6.5"(W) x 2.25"(H)

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