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Nyiregyhaza, Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg megye, Hungary

Nyiregyhaza, Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg megye, Hungary

Class: A/B; 
The number of channels: 2;
Nom. the capacity of the channel (at 2 Ohms): 110W;
Nom. channel power (@4 Ohms): 60W;
Bridge connection: 1 x 150W / when 4 Ohm /;
Adjusting the resistance: +;
Maximum resistance: 4 Ohm; 
Frequency range: 20 – 20000Hz;
The ratio signal/noise: 90 dB;
Function: Built-in crossover High voltage entrance Function gain bass (Bass Boost) Filter low frequencies (LPF) Filter high frequencies (HPF) ;
Protection: Protection form overload Protection form overheating Protection form circuit Led indicator protection ; 
The fuse value: 20 ;A / 2 pc...

Retail Price: $95

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