T-60.4 4 Channel Car Amplifier 320W Amp
CT Sounds introduces the T-60.4 4 Channel Car Amplifier 320W Amp, a true 4-channel car audio amplifier. Such a nice power amplifier for car audio system can help you to make your vehicular audio environment versatile, sturdy and strong. It helps to create crystal clean audio from all the angles and corners of your vehicle with your quality subs/speakers.
It has bridgeable outputs
TRI mode capable (for 3 speakers)
MOSFET PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) power supply
Soft turn on circuitry
Thermal, DC offset, overload and speaker short protection inbuilt
Nickel plated RCAs, thus low resistance inputs to the amp
LED power and protection indicators
This is a purely Class-AB amplifier, which ensures greater efficiency through both- Class A’s & Class B’s individual operational productivity along with lower distortion
2Ω @ 14.4V Stereo, 80W (RMS), 160W (MAX) x 4-Channels
4Ω @ 14.4V Stereo, 60W (RMS), 120W (MAX) x 4-Channels
4Ω @ 14.4V Bridged, 160W (RMS), 320W (MAX) x 2-Channels
No of channel: 4
Frequency response (-3dB): 10Hz – 50kHz
Gain adjustment: 0.2v – 5v
Subsonic adjustment: N/A
Channel separation: 50dB
Bass boost: N/A
Signal to noise ratio: 100dB
Damping factor: 150
Minimum speaker impedance: 2Ω (ohms)
Low pass filter: 30Hz - 300Hz
High pass filter: 30Hz - 600Hz
No of fuses: 2 x 20A (each)
Operating voltage (-ve ground): DC 12v
181mm (W) x 55mm (H) x 340mm (L)
Whats the recommended gauge wire for this amp?
We recommend 4ga wiring for this amplifier
If i am understanding this correctly this would be ideal to power my (2) 4 ohm door components and single 8" 2 ohm (DVC) subwoofer.
The full range components would be wired as normal each at channel 3/4 and the subwoofer would be bridged across channel 1/2 with the channel in LPF mode and the crossover set accordingly?
Yes, this amplifier will work for that. You can bridge 2 channels to power the subwoofer at 4 ohms
Will this amp power what i have so far Strato 6.5 Inch Component Speakers Set × 1Bio 6.5 Inch Coax Car Speakers (Pair) × 1
Yes, this amplifier would be a good match.