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Sony XM-GTX1302 Marketing Specifications

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XM-GTX1302
2/1 channel GTX amp
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130 Watts x 2 RMS (20Hz-20kHz, <1%THD+N, at 4 Ohm, 14.4V)
Maximum power output of 280 Watts per channel at 4 Ohm.
170 Watts x 2 RMS (20Hz-20kHz, <1%THD+N, at 2 Ohm, 14.4V)
Maximum power output of 400 Watts per channel at 2 Ohm.
340 Watts x 1 RMS (20Hz-20kHz, <1%THD+N, at 4 Ohm mono, 14.4V)
This unit can be used as a bridging amplifier with a maximum
output of 800 Watts at 4 Ohms.
Direct connection (High Level Input) can be made with the speaker
output of your car audio unit if it is not equipped with RCA line output.
Hi-Level Sensing power On feature allows the unit to be activated
without need for remote connection.
Built in 80Hz 18 dB/Oct LPF (Low Pass Filter) enables users to
concentrate the power on lower frequencies.
Built in 80Hz 12 dB/Oct HPF (Hi-Pass Filter) enables users to block low
frequencies to improve the audio systems efficiency.
Variable 0-10 dB 40Hz bass boost provides additional bass
response at lower frequencies.

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  • Page 1 XM-GTX1302 2/1 channel GTX amp 130 Watts x 2 RMS (20Hz-20kHz, <1%THD+N, at 4 Ohm, 14.4V) Maximum power output of 280 Watts per channel at 4 Ohm. 170 Watts x 2 RMS (20Hz-20kHz, <1%THD+N, at 2 Ohm, 14.4V) Maximum power output of 400 Watts per channel at 2 Ohm. 340 Watts x 1 RMS (20Hz-20kHz, <1%THD+N, at 4 Ohm mono, 14.4V) This unit can be used as a bridging amplifier with a maximum output of 800 Watts at 4 Ohms.
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