Audio amplifier AQ-AD300.2
marine2-channel

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Characteristics

Type
audio
Application domain
marine
Number of channels
2-channel

Description

Shockwave Technology™ brings together outstanding sound quality, high performance characteristics and unprecedented reliability into a single 2-channel marine amplifier. Waterproof marine grade - protected against water and dust with an Ingress Protection rating of IP66 means you can literally hose down our Shockwave Technology™ marine amplifier, thanks to a number of unique features exclusive to Aquatic AV (patents pending). Conformal coated circuit boards protect the smallest components from any humidity or atmospheric moisture, while custom molded grommets around cable extrusions and gaskets between all meeting points eliminate any chance of water or dust intrusion. Aluminium and Stainless Steel are used in chassis construction eliminating any risk of rust or corrosion, an all too common problem with marine amplifiers in the past. Designed to support the widest variety of applications, Shockwave Technology™ marine amplifiers operate both 4ohm and 2ohm speaker configurations, from either low-level (RCA) or high-level (speaker) input connections. Running 2ohm configurations allows more speakers to be powered and ideal for high background noise environments such as marine, boat, pool or spa. Shockwave Technology™ incorporates Digital IC's with specially designed low-noise circuitry to produce high-quality, true sound reproduction from any source. The technology used also reduces unwanted EMI ( Electromagnetic Interference), which can cause noise in your audio system. Using gold plated RCA's and high quality connectors ensures the best possible listening experience.
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