Audiosource Amp5.1monoblock amplifier

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  1. Frank Carter

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    Audiosource Amp5.1 for $65 plus actual s&h.
    Also includes original box, detachable power cord, and manual.

    Specifications
    *Amp 5.1: 70 watts (8 ohms) 100 watts (4 ohms)
    *5.5" x 2.75" x 11.75", 9 lbs
    *XLR: 20K ohm; RCA: 10K ohm input impedance
    *Balanced (XLR) & Unbalanced (RCA) inputs
    *Speaker & Line Out/Thru (RCA) outputs
    *Damping factor: >200 (4 ohms)
    *>95 dB S/N ratio
    *20 Hz to 20KHz (±1 dB) frequency response
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  2. rodney wiley

    rodney wiley Second Unit

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    Frank, would this be a good amp to run maybe 4 25 watt bass shakers?
     
  3. Frank Carter

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    Rodney,

    As long as you could wire them to a 4 ohm load, there would be no problem. Are they 4 ohms each?

    My brother was using it to power a single 4 ohm DIY subwoofer and it had plenty of power hit peaks above 105dB. Bass shaker's shouldn't be a problem.
     
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    Frank, got your message on my post. YGM :)
     
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