ME-60

PolyPlanar Audio Amplifier

PolyPlanar Audio Amplifier

Description

The PolyPlanar Audio Amplifier features a compact, water resistant design that allows for flexible mounting possibilities and makes it simple to expand the audio system capabilities for any installation.

Features

  • Internal Distortion Limiting Circuits
  • Dedicated Gain Level Control
  • Powers Up To (8) 4Ohm Speakers
List Price
$179.95
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$125.44
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The ME60 is a four channel 120 Watts RMS audio amplifier of delivering up to 30W RMS per channel.

Uses:

  • To add additional loudspeakers to a current audio system
  • To provide amplification for a separate audio zone
  • As a stand-alone system amplifier for any audio source
  • To power standard speakers or speakers and subwoofer



Features

  • External volume control with ON/OFF switch included
  • Water resistant design for marine use
  • Rear channels switchable from full range to powered sub out.
Notable Specifications:

 

  • Speaker Impedance: 2-8 ohm
  • Output Power (4 ohm load) 20 Watts RMS per Channel (50W Peak): (2 ohm load) 30 Watts RMS per Channel (70W Peak)
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-40kHz
  • Low Pass Crossover: 18 - 245 Hz
  • Operating Voltage: 13.8V DC (10V-16V)
  • Maximum Current Draw (full power): 8-10amps
  • Dimensions (approx. w x h x d): 175mm x 115mm x 35mm 6.9" x 4.5" x 1.4"
  • Installation Clearance: 250mm free space top/sides
  • Weight: 1.65lbs
  • Volume Control Cable Length: 290cm/114"
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
PolyPlanar Audio Amplifier ME-60 Audio Amplifier, With Volume Control, 4 Channel
$125.44
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