Crunch P1-1050.1 Car Amp

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Crunch P1-1050.1 Car Amp

Added: 08/02/12 Last Edited: 09/21/13

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Crunch P1-1050.1 Car Amp Description

Crunch P1-1050.1 Car Amp has bass boost. It is inexpensive. It is a mono channel amplifier. It has MOSFET circuitry. It is 16 inches wide, 9.10 inches deep and 2 inches tall.

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Frequency
Frequency Bass Boost  
Minimum Frequency Response: Indicates the lowest frequency sound for which the amplifier performs satisfactorily. The lowest sound a human ear can typically hear has a frequency of 20 hertz.
Minimum Frequency Response

Maximum Frequency Response: Indicates the highest frequency sound for which the amplifier performs satisfactorily. The highest sound a human ear can typically hear has a frequency of 20 kilohertz (20,000 hertz).
Maximum Frequency Response

Minimum Low-pass Frequency: Amplifiers may contain an adjustable low-pass filter, which means that you can set it to only amplify sounds below a certain frequency. This is the minimum value to which the low-pass filter can be set.
Minimum Low-pass Frequency

Maximum Low-pass Frequency: Amplifiers may contain an adjustable low-pass filter, which means that you can set it to only amplify sounds below a certain frequency. This is the maximum value to which the low-pass filter can be set.
Maximum Low-pass Frequency

Bass Boost Frequency: Indicates the center of the range of frequencies that the bass boost feature of the amplifier affects.
Bass Boost Frequency

Signal to Noise Ratio: Indicates the decibel level of the amplified sound per decibel of background noise. A higher signal-to-noise ratio means less overall background noise.
Signal to Noise Ratio

RMS Power at 2 Ohms: RMS, or "root mean square," is a measure of continuous power. The number here indicates the maximum RMS power that the amplifier can output continuously without undue harmonic distortion in the sound, into speakers with a resistance of two ohms. A higher value means you can turn the volume up louder without clipping.
RMS Power at 2 Ohms

1000 W x 1

RMS Power at 4 Ohms: RMS, or "root mean square," is a measure of continuous power. The number here indicates the maximum RMS power that the amplifier can output continuously without undue harmonic distortion in the sound, into speakers with a resistance of four ohms. A higher value means you can turn the volume up louder without clipping.
RMS Power at 4 Ohms

500 W x 1

THD at Rated RMS Power: THD stands for "total harmonic distortion." This value is the amount of distortion you should expect when the amplifier is producing its maximum rated continuous power. THD values less than one percent are high-fidelity and should be inaudible to human ears.
THD at Rated RMS Power

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