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  General Specifications

 
RMS Power Range : 1200x2 Watts
 
RMS: Root Mean Square is a formula that provides a reasonably accurate means of measuring and comparing continuous AC power. The use of this measure is preferred when matching system components, like amplifiers and receivers.

Number Of Channels: 2
 
Number Of Channels: Common name for a complete amplifying stage in any audio amplifier. Most amplifiers are denominated as 1, 2, 4, 5, or 6 channel units. Each of these is a discrete audio amp on its own, capable of taking a small line signal input and amplifying it sufficiently to be heard on an appropriate speaker. Some amplifiers are capable of bridging two channels together, to form one channel of double the power of each separately. The manufacturer's instructions differ widely on how to accomplish this, and each must be followed exactly.

Maximum Power: 2400 Watts
 
Maximum Power: The amount of power a speaker is estimated to handle during a brief high-intensity musical burst. Since this can vary with both frequency and amplitude, it is a much less accurate way to judge speaker durability and performance than RMS.

Low Frequency response: 10 Hz
 
Frequency Response: The range of frequencies that a speaker will reproduce (lowest frequency to the highest). While the optimal normal is 20 - 20,000 Hz (Hertz), the range of human hearing for individuals is often much more restricted. A good full-range speaker system however, will reproduce as much of this range as possible in order to cover all variations. Individual Drivers are limited to reproducing only that part of the spectrum for which they were made, so their response will be limited, but still a necessary point to consider when designing a complete sound system.

High Frequency Response: 40000 Hz
 
Frequency Response: The range of frequencies that a speaker will reproduce (lowest frequency to the highest). While the optimal normal is 20 - 20,000 Hz (Hertz), the range of human hearing for individuals is often much more restricted. A good full-range speaker system however, will reproduce as much of this range as possible in order to cover all variations. Individual Drivers are limited to reproducing only that part of the spectrum for which they were made, so their response will be limited, but still a necessary point to consider when designing a complete sound system.

Built In Crossovers: Yes
 
Crossover: A device or passive circuit used in systems with separate tweeter and/or midrange Drivers. It Rolls Off frequencies above and below certain points in the range, to allow the sound to be tailored for the specific driver to which it is sent. Most speakers have crossovers that consist of passive elements such as capacitors, coils, and resistors to separate the various frequencies. In a bi-amped or multi-amped system, the crossover is an active device that feeds the various frequency bands to the inputs of the amplifiers that operate the individual drivers.

Channel Separation: No






  Features

   
High Current Circuitry
PWM MOSFET Power Supply
Double Sided Glass Epoxy Circuit Board
S/N Ratio: >100dB
Frequency Response: 10Hz - 40KHz (+/- 1dB)
Remote Bass Control With Blue Backlight Knobs
Variable 24dB High-pass Crossover :50Hz-750Hz
Variable 24dB Low Pass Crossover : 30Hz- 120Hz
Variable Subsonic Filter : 20Hz to 45Hz
Variable Bass Boost : 0 - 18 dB
Variable Bass Boost Frequency : 40Hz - 100Hz
RCA Throughput Connections
4-way Protection Circuitry : Thermal, Short Circuit, Overload, and DC Offset
Dual Cooling Fans
VU Meters in dicating Outpit Response
Cobalt Blue Illumination
High Gloss Chrome Plated Finish
4 Ohms Stereo : 300 x 2
2 Ohms Stereo : 600 x 2
1 Ohms Stereo : 1200 x 2
4 Ohms Mono : 600 x 1
2 Ohms Mono : 1200 x 1
1 Ohms Mono : 2400 x 1
Dimension(H x W x D) : 3 11/16" x 12" x 25 9/16"


 

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Audiobahn has a whole series of amps and capacitors as well if Im not mistaken that has the flames on top of them....they are pretty neat looking and I have also been happy with my audiobahn stuff. I have used all audiobahn speakers and amps in my Integra GSR and my Prelude. Now I just need to install the new stuff in my Z:)
 

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I hav ebought all my Audiobahn stuff off of ebay and have had really good luck. I have gotten all the stuff at least 50% off of what I can find it for online at any of the Audio websites. Just make sure that the parts are brand new in box or you are taken a big chance
 

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Originally posted by TOYKILLA@Jun 22 2005, 05:00 PM
i think it would be a bit overkill for my single 10 i am getting :)
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Don't think of it as overkill. Think of it as planning ahead for possible future upgrades
 

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Originally posted by TOYKILLA@Jun 22 2005, 03:00 PM

i think it would be a bit overkill for my single 10 i am getting :)
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But think of the dynamic headroom :OMG:
Plus you can cook hot dogs on it when your not listening to music
 

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I saw one fairly familiar to tht today at Circuit city for around $400. I didnt think that the even sold audiobahn
 

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Originally posted by Dave079@Jun 22 2005, 09:00 PM
I saw one fairly familiar to tht today at Circuit city for around $400. I didnt think that the even sold audiobahn
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circuit city started selling audiobahn about 1.5 years ago..
 
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