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.
- This amp has bridgeable outputs
- TRI mode capable (for 3 speakers)
- MOSFET PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) power supply
- Soft turn on circuitry
- Variable input gain control, high-pass & low-pass crossover
- Built in thermal, DC offset, overload and speaker short protection
- Nickel plated RCAs ensuring low resistance inputs & outputs
- LED power and protection indicators
- This is a purely Class-AB amplifier
- 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
- Channel separation: 50dB
- 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 14.4V
- 181mm (W) x 55mm (H) x 340mm (L)
The short of it: I'm running $2500 worth of drivers off two of these CT amps in an 8 way active system with DSP and have no need or desire to switch them out....longer.....These sound incredible and don't seem to add any coloration to the signal. I can compare them to a Kenwood KAC-314 amp I used to run (similar power/price range) and these CT amps blow it away in clarity. I can also compare it to a Zapco ST-4X (one of their more budget SQ amps @ $275) I have in my wife's Jeep. I "stole" it from her to run my mids and highs since Zap is very highly regarded and I was wanting good vocal clarity. The Zap has a bit more power, but aside from that all I can say is the music sounded different, not better, not worse. Re-tuned and it sounded pretty much the same as when I was running the CT Amp. My ears can't detect the $100 difference. No sense in fixing what's not broken, so I stuck with the CT amps. Only thing to note is they run hot, so if you plan on mounting them in an enclosed space use some PC case fans to give them some airflow.
Works like it should for component door speakers.
Man,this amp have true clear power and brought my music alive on 2 set of my meso 6.5 speakers. Sound real good with my meso 8in subwoofer. Want clear sound and loud in your face? This is the amp.
All I can say is its perfect!! And haven't even dialed it in yet!
Haven't had a chance to hook these up to the 6.5s and 6x9s just yet but i cant wait