ME60BT

PolyPlanar 4-Channel Audio Amplifier

PolyPlanar 4-Channel Audio Amplifier

Description

The PolyPlanar 4-Channel Audio Amplifier features a compact, water resistant design that allows for flexible mounting possibilities.

Features

  • Powers Up To (8) 4Ohm Speakers
  • Internal Distortion Limiting Circuits
  • Dedicated Subwoofer Gain Level Control
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$229.95
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$186.71
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Details

The control keypad is designed to withstand installation in the gas zone of a portable spa and is equally suited for use in a marine environment

The unit accepts either audio streamed via Bluetooth connection or hard wired input via RCA input. The waterproof control pad is easily mounted as the body of the keypad is threaded and the large mounting nut is tightened against the back side of the mounting surface.

Features:

  • External waterproof control pad included
  • Water resistant design for spa or marine use
  • Rear channels switchable from full range to powered sub out


Keypad Controls:

  • Power - on/off
  • Input mode - Bluetooth or direct
  • Play/pause - available in Bluetooth mode
  • Track forward/repeat - available in Bluetooth mode
  • Volume up/down - available in both Bluetooth and direct mode


Uses:

  • To add up to four loudspeakers or two popup speakers and a subwoofer to a portable spa
  • As a stand-alone system amplifier for any audio source - ideal for small watercraft/ATV's/golf carts


Specifications:

  • Speaker Impedance: 2-8 ohm
  • Output Power:
    (2 ohm load) 30 Watts RMS per Channel (70W Peak)
    (4 ohm load) 20 Watts RMS per Channel (50W Peak)
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-40kHz
  • Low Pass Crossover: 18 - 245 Hz
  • Operating Voltage: 13.8V DC (10V-16V)
  • Maximum Current Draw (full power): 5-8 amps
  • Amp Dimensions (approx. L x W x H):
    214mm x 106mm x 35mm 8.4" x 4.2" x 1.4"
  • Installation Clearance: 250mm free space top/sides
  • Weight: 68Kg /1.5lbs
  • Control pad Cable Length: 610cm/240"/20'
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PolyPlanar 4-Channel Audio Amplifier ME60BT 4-Channel Audio Amplifier, With Bluetooth, 120W
$186.71
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