Using MOS-FET power devices, the XC2410 amplifier circuitry is able to deliver incredible performance in compact dimensions. In a digital amplifier a Pulse-Width Modulator (PWM) expresses a low-frequency audio signal as a wide pulse, and a high-frequency audio signal as a narrow pulse. This then undergoes digital-to-analogue conversion for output, which is the basis of any digitally recorded media hence excellent affinity to digital sources. High power conversion efficiency means less power wasted and less heat generated, therefore an absence of bulky heat sinks. The XC2410 features uncompromising resistance to magnetic noise, thereby minimizing distortion, as well as high quality terminals to offer low electrical and contact resistance. Easy configuration is possible with the embedded high pass filters resulting in a high quality sound you can enjoy in a variety of systems.
Features: - 300 Watts Total Rated Power Output @ 1% THD - 50 Watts × 4 Continuous @ 4-Ohms - 75 Watts × 4 Continuous @ 2-Ohms - 150 Watts × 2 Continuous @ 4-Ohms Bridged - Double Sided Conformally Coated PCB Assembly - 2-Ohm Stability - MOS-FET Power Supply - 12dB/Oct. High Pass Electronic Variable Crossover 15-250Hz (FR/RR) - Variable Gain Control - Turn-On/Off Muting Circuitry (Soft Mute) - Ground Loop Isolation Input Circuit - Corrosion Resistant Nickel Plated RCA Connections - RCA and High Level Speaker Inputs - Purpose Built For Marine And Outdoor Environments