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Anderson Ward

I want to know how much you want to sell it for. Very smart, absolutly. I'm putting this on myspace.

s.arul

please send to my email address about many information with example + its concept + working + mechanism + etc , as iam very much interested

amplifier of car


Are you in search of a good amplifier? Then I would suggest you check out the JL car audio 500/1 amplifier. This

amplifier is very efficient and will give little, if any, reason to worry. Here is something more about this product.

It is a class D amplifier. What does this mean? It means that it belongs to the class of highly efficient amplifiers that

are up to 90% power efficient. This is a great advantage as it means your battery will not be easily run down. It makes

the most efficient use of power when compared to other amplifier classes. And for your car, this is an invaluable

feature.

This amplifier features a 12 inch polymer-coated subwoofer and a 12 inch polymer-coated passive radiator. These two are

responsible for providing ample bass.

car amplifier


A car amplifier will give you a loud and clear sound on a consistent basis. It will boost the power flowing from the

receiver to the speakers. In doing so, it will reduce the stress put on all the other components of your car stereo

system, including the receiver.

Choosing the right car amplifier is important. Your decision should be based on five important features. Make sure you

address them all !

The first item on the agenda is the number of channels. This will depend on the number of speakers in your system.

Two-channel amplifiers will feed well two speakers or a single subwoofer. You will want to consider a four-channel

amplifier if you have any of the following combinations :

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