PowerBass XMA-2200IR Amplifier

PowerBass XMA 2200IR Amplifier PASMAG 1

The XMA-2200IR is a full-range Class D stereo amplifier with balanced RCA lowlevel inputs that produce 200 watts per channel (800 watts peak) into 2 ohms, while also accepting high-level speaker input via optional adapter. A built-in electronic crossover offers low-pass or high-pass settings that can dial in the crossover frequency thanks to a precision 40-click variable potentiometer, making system tuning quick and easy.

MSRP: $219.99
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PowerBass XMA 2200IR Amplifier PASMAG 2

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