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Mono Power Density Digital Amplifier

Alpine PDXM12

Features

  • Connectors: Quick Disonnect Terminals (Power Terminal and Speaker Terminals)
  • Terminal Layout: One-Sided
  • Mounting Design: Easy Stacking and Clean-look intallation
  • Amplifier Type: Class-D (Digital)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Amplifiers
  • Width: 10.125"
  • Height: 7.5625"
  • Depth: 2"
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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Install Connectors: Quick Disonnect Terminals (Power Terminal and Speaker Terminals)

General Amplifier Type: Class-D (Digital)

Features

  • Connectors: Quick Disonnect Terminals (Power Terminal and Speaker Terminals)
  • Terminal Layout: One-Sided
  • Mounting Design: Easy Stacking and Clean-look intallation
  • Amplifier Type: Class-D (Digital)
  • Channel Design: 1 Channel (Mono)
  • Thermal Protection:
  • Low-battery Protection:
  • Power Supply: Resonant Mode Power Supply
  • Power Supply Design: DC-DC PWM Power Supply
  • Board Circuitry: STAR Ciruit
  • Current Protection: Auto Over-Current Protection
  • Power Indicator: Top Mounted Blue LED Power/Status Indicator
  • RCA Output: Non-Fading Pre-Amp Output
  • Crossover: Adjustable Low-Pass
  • Pre-Amp Stage: Discrete
  • Final Outputs: MOSFET
  • Board Design: 6-Layer Glass Epoxy PC Board
  • Gain Control: Adjustable
  • Bass Control: Remote Bass Control (Sold Separately)
CEA-2006 Power Ratings
CEA-2006 Power Rating (4/2 I? @14.4V Ƈ%THD+N), S/N 92dBA, ref:1W into 4 I?) 1200W x 1
RMS Power Ratings
Per channel into 4 Ohms (@14.4V Ƈ%THD+N) 1200W x 1
Per channel into 2 Ohms (@14.4V Ƈ%THD+N) 1200W x 1
Sound Tuning
Crossover Frequency (LPF) Variable, 50Hz - 400Hz (-24dB / oct), (Variable, L.P.F Only 1/2 ch)
Subsonic Filter OFF / 15Hz / 30Hz
Dimensions
Heat Sink (WxHxD) mm 257mm x 192mm x 50.8mm
Heat Sink (WxHxD) in 10-1/8'' x 7-9/16'' x 2''
General
Power Requirements 14.4V DC (11V to 16V)
Input Sensitivity (RCA Input) Select Vol, 0.1V to 1.0V or 1.0V to 8.0V (For Rated Power)
Cable size 4 AWG (BATT and GND), 12 AWG (Remote), Up to 8 AWG (Speaker)
Frequency Response (+0, -3dB 1W into 4 Ohms) for CH-1/2/3/4: 5 Hz - 400 kHz / 0dB ~ -3dB (Reference: 1 W into 4 ohms)
Frequency Response (+0, -3dB 1W into 4 Ohms) for Subwoofer: 4 or 1 I?
Frequency Response (+0, -1dB 1W into 4 Ohms) for CH-1/2/3/4: CEA 2006 S/N Ratio (IHF A Weighted, Reference: 1W into 4I?) 92 dBA

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Amplifiers

  • Dimensions

  • Width: 10.125"
  • Height: 7.5625"
  • Depth: 2"

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

OM PDX-M12_M6

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