MS-AM702

FUSION Zone Amplifier

FUSION Zone Amplifier

Description

The FUSION Zone Amplifier has the capability to run up to four pairs of speakers.

Features

  • Water Resistant Design
  • 2 Ohm Stable
  • Selectable High Pass Full Range Setting
List Price
$139.99
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$110.12
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Details

FUSION's Marine Zone Amplifier is designed to support the multi-zone technology. The Zone Amplifier is small, enabling discrete installation and when combined with the Marine Stereo Unit provides the platform for a True multi-zone audio system.

Why Do I Need A Zone Amplifier?
A Marine Zone Amplifier is needed if you are planning a multi-zoned system, comprising of three or four zones.

You will also need to install a Marine Zone Amplifier if your sound system has more than four pairs of speakers.

Features:

  • Conformal coated PCB
  • Audio detect selectable function the amplifier turns on when audio is detected and goes to sleep / low power mode when audio is not present 
  • Variable high pass filter
  • Small and discrete size: 128 x 78 x 51mm
  • High Pass Crossover: 60Hz-600Hz
  • Operating Range: 10-16V DC
  • Max Power Rating (Watts): D-Class 70W
  • Ratings per channel: 20W RMS @ 4 ohms per channel: 33WRMS @ 2 ohms per channel
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FUSION Zone Amplifier MS-AM702 Zone Amplifier, 70W, Class D, 2 Channel
$110.12
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