Punch Bass (Model 201S) helps correct for acoustical deficiencies in the listening environment by helping produce full range sound without adding excessive boost.
|Number of Channels||2|
|Total Peak Power Output||600 W|
|Channel RMS Power Output (4 Ohms)||2 x 50 W|
|Total RMS Power Output (4 Ohms)||2 x 50 W, 2 x 100 W, 1 x 200 W|
|Min Frequency Response||20 Hz|
|Max Frequency Response||20 kHz|
|Signal To Noise Ratio||100 dB A Weighted|
|Warranty Information||1 Year Limited|
|Dimensions||2.38" Height x 9.85" Width x 10.07" Depth - (with Endbell)|
|THD at Rated RMS Power (Unbridged)||0.05 %|
for the cost of the amp(pretty cheap) it's a great buy and you'll get a lot of boom for your buck. i have it ran to 2 rockford punchZ 400w subs and it sound great. it's pretty small in size too. the only thing that sucks is there is no internal fuse ...inside the amp, and the crossovers give you the 3 options(hp,ap, and lp) but you can't adjust how much pass you want. but it does have a gain dial. the next model up (301s?) has a remote gain dial which would have been a nice feature on the 201s. it's all good and i would recommend it to anyone who has a low budget but a burn for bass...that was so gay. hopefully no one ever reads this. Read more Less
this is a great amp to match a total combined sub rms power of 200 rms.2 rockford P1's are the best combo for this amp for exmple (that is still under powering that subs) All in all awsome amp for the power it puts out.