FS: 3 Kenwood 2ch Amps to power SonoSub or SVS

Kendal Kirk

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I have three Kenwood amps from their Basic line. They were purchased directly from Kenwood with some very sweet tweeks. e-mail for details.
M2a - 220 w/ch spec. Benched at 310w/ch. Black with Red power meters. $250
M1d - 125 w/ch spec. Benched at 190 w/ch. Black with red powere meters. $175
M1a - 110 w/ch spec. Benched at 155 w/ch. Black, no meters. $150
Kenwood GE 1100 eq. 11 bands/ch. Spectrum analyzer, reverb, 2 tape inputs. $100
C-2 Pre amp. Not AV - strictly a 2/ch pre. $50
Also have an NEC ???? pro logic processor. $75
I have all orig. packing accept M1 and Nec.
Lets talk. . .
Weekend e-mail address is [email protected]
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John Morris

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Kirk: how much are the amps?
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Ryan Peddle

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Can you give a little more info on the specs. IMepdance values at those power ratings, and such?
 

Kendal Kirk

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Sorry Ryan, when I got these, I was only interested in power rating, so I only asked the tech that did the mods what the power ratings he was able to bump them too. I will try and pull out the factory spec sheets out and let you know.
 
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Eric Kahn

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I sent an email and never got a reply

can any of these amps be bridged?

thanks

Eric
 

JerryW

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I have the Kenwood M2A and it's a wonderful amp for a sub or pair of subs (and great driving a pair of mains too, it has a nice warm sound). I've had mine (unmodified) benched at 248W/ch into 8ohms and 392W/ch into 4ohms. Very nice. I run one channel into each voice coil on my 142.5L EBS alignment Shiva sub (for 496W total into 8ohms) and it does an outstanding job.

BTW, to answer Eric's question, no, these Kenwood amps aren't bridgeable. That's really their only shortcoming. The "Basic" amp series is probably one of the best products that Kenwood has ever made for Home audio.
 

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