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Boss Audio BLX5000

The Boss Audio BLX5000 is a 2 Channel high current MOSFET Bridgeable Power Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Level Control. The unit's maximum power output is 5000W with RMS rating of 700W x 2 a t4 Ohm@.01% THD, 1200W x 2 at 2 ohm and 1800W at 1 ohm. The unit also has a 1/2 Ohm Stable stereo Power output of 2500w x 2. Its frequency response (+/- 3dB) is 9Hz-50kHz. Its signal-to-noise ratio of 105dB with 90 dB channel separation. The unit measures 27 x 11 5/16 x 2 3/8 inches.

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Boss Audio BLX5000

The Boss Audio BLX5000 is a 2 Channel high current MOSFET Bridgeable Power Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Level Control. The unit's maximum power output is 5000W with RMS rating of 700W x 2 a t4 Ohm@.01% THD, 1200W x 2 at 2 ohm and 1800W at 1 ohm. The unit also has a 1/2 Ohm Stable stereo Power output of 2500w x 2. Its frequency response (+/- 3dB) is 9Hz-50kHz. Its signal-to-noise ratio of 105dB with 90 dB channel separation. The unit measures 27 x 11 5/16 x 2 3/8 inches.

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The Boss Audio BLX5000 is a 2 Channel high current MOSFET Bridgeable Power Amplifier with a low pass crossover of 45Hz-100Hz and a high pass crossover of 120Hz-720Hz. It features a 0-+18dB bass boost at 40Hz-100Hz. The unit features MOSFET (Metal Oxide Silicon Field Effect Transistors); which is used in an amplifier's output stage to provide high output power, wide frequency response and minimal distortion, low-pass filter (that filters out the high frequency pulses and results in an amplified output signal to the subwoofer and/or speakers and gold plated connectors) and high-pass filter (allowing for a music transition; tweeters in a two-way setup get only the high-range frequencies, and subwoofers get the low-frequency ranges).

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