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Clarion APX2180

The Clarion APX2180 is 320W 2/1 channel power amplifier with a RMS rating of 90W × 2 (at 4 Ohms, 20Hz-20kHz @ < 0.05%THD) or 150W × 2 (at 2 Ohms, 20Hz-20kHz @ < 0.2%THD). The unit also has also bridgeable with 300W × 1 (20Hz-20kHz @ < 0.2%THD). The APX2180 has mixed mode operation, input voltage and precise frequency selector. The unit has Variable Bass Boost at 0-15dB @ 50Hz with adjustable High/Low Pass Crossover, and Crossover Frequency Multiplier. The unit measures 12 x 12 x 2 7…

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Clarion APX2180

The Clarion APX2180 is 320W 2/1 channel power amplifier with a RMS rating of 90W × 2 (at 4 Ohms, 20Hz-20kHz @ < 0.05%THD) or 150W × 2 (at 2 Ohms, 20Hz-20kHz @ < 0.2%THD). The unit also has also bridgeable with 300W × 1 (20Hz-20kHz @ < 0.2%THD). The APX2180 has mixed mode operation, input voltage and precise frequency selector. The unit has Variable Bass Boost at 0-15dB @ 50Hz with adjustable High/Low Pass Crossover, and Crossover Frequency Multiplier. The unit measures 12 x 12 x 2 7/8 inches.

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The Clarion APX2180 adjustable -12db/Oct. High/Low Pass Crossover at 55Hz-550Hz or 550Hz-5.5kHz with the Crossover Frequency Multiplier. The unit has gold plated connectors with RCA/speaker/power. The unit has a CEA 2006 Power Ratings of 160W x 2RMS [2Ω@14.4V ≤1% THD+N] or 90W x 2RMS [4Ω@14.4V ≤1% THD+N]. 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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