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ALPINE 4 Channel Amp MRP-F240

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Livin

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2007-06-24 4:06 am
These are selling on eBay for more than $50 plus $15-20 shipping.Get mine for $50 shipped... save at least $15-20 and no waiting!

Condition 8/10 -- a few scratches on the top. does not affect performance.


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DETAILS:

Thanks to impressive power output, affordable pricing, and exceptional reliability, Alpine's V-Power amps are consistently among our best-selling models. The 4-channel MRP-F240 gives you awesome bang for your buck, and sports some "extras" that you'd usually find only on higher-priced amps.

The MRP-F240 is designed to work in a variety of applications: With 40 watts RMS per channel in 4-channel mode, you can easily drive two pairs of full-range or component speakers. Or, bridge the amp to 2-channel mode for 100 watts RMS x 2. That power makes your music sound tighter and more detailed at all volume levels.

Selectable high-pass/low-pass crossovers at 80 Hz let you adjust the frequency output depending on whether you're powering full-range speakers or a sub. If you're driving a subwoofer and using the low-pass crossover, a subsonic filter automatically engages on channels 3 and 4; this eliminates very low bass notes (those that are too low to hear) for cleaner performance.

You'll want to take advantage of BassEQ's adjustable boost (up to 12 dB at 50 Hz). Speaker-level inputs allow you to connect the MRP-F240 to just about any system, and gold-plated terminals ensure that you get clean signal transfer both into and out of the amp.
SPECS:

* 40 watts RMS x 4 at 4 ohms
* 50 watts RMS x 4 at 2 ohms
* 100 watts RMS x 2 bridged output at 4 ohms
* 2-, 3-, or 4-channel output
* 4-ohm stable in bridged mode
* Tri-way capable (Tri-Way Crossover required)
* requires 10-gauge power and ground leads — wiring and hardware not included with amplifier
* selectable high-pass/low-pass crossover at 80 Hz, 18 dB/octave (2 separate crossovers, one for channels 1 & 2, another for channels 3 & 4)
* subsonic filter at 15 Hz for channels 3 & 4
* tuned Bass EQ (0-12 dB bass boost at 50 Hz) for channels 3 & 4
* preamp outputs
* MOSFET power supply
* STAR Topology (minimizes internal noise and prevents ground interference)
* speaker- and preamp-level inputs
* gold-plated screw terminals
* 10-1/2"W x 2-7/16"H x 9-9/16"D
 
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