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Alpine MRP-F240 V-Power 4 Channel Amplifier

by Alpine
5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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  • 100 watt-4 ohm-20-20000 Hz...2 channel
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  • 50 watt 4 ohm 20-20000 Hz...4 channel
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  • Brand Name: Alpine
  • Model Number: MRP-F240

Product Description

4/3/2 channel power amplifier MRP-F240 Total output power is 360.0 watt

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Item Weight 9 pounds
Item model number MRP-F240

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ASIN B00069R7J2
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5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,502 in Electronics > Car Electronics > Car Audio > Amplifiers > Multichannel Amplifiers
Shipping Weight 10 pounds
Date First Available November 21, 2005

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This amp is driving two Kicker 6 x 9s and two Fosgate Prime 6 x 8s in my minivan at 50 watts RMS per speaker, trying to keep up with two Fosgate P1-12s driven by a Fosgate 500 RMS amp. It holds steady with lows and highs and makes these speakers scream. This is a nice clean amp. I will be buying another one to power the same setup in a Honda Civic, minus the woofers.
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Sweet holy Moses what an amp!

This may be an old model with modest power figures, but don't let that fool you. Yeah, yeah, so it doesn't put out 6 billion watts, and won't make your pile of 15" subs thump loudly enough to hear from 5 blocks away. But power isn't everything: if you want a flexible amp to fill your car with loud, clean, beautiful music, this is it.

I got this used at a great price and am using it as the center piece of an extremely low-budget build. It is powering a pair of Pioneer 3-ways in front on channels 1 and 2 with 40W RMS each, and I bridged channels 3 & 4 to power a single 10" Rockford Fosgate sub in a sealed box with 100W RMS. Certainly those numbers don't sound impressive compared to the crazy 800W figures bandied about by the biggest baddest amps, but Alpine is about results instead of numbers. With this amp, at anything up to and including ear-splitting volumes the sound from the fronts is clear as a bell, and the sub puts out thick, tight bass that absolutely does punch the back of your seat even if it won't announce your presence from down the block.

As a bonus, it's small (especially for a 4-channel), efficient (doesn't heat up much), looks great, and is peppered with nice little features to get your music sounding perfect (like a 15Hz sub-sonic filter, defeatable and switchable 80Hz HP/LP filters, or bass boost on channels 3/4 for people powering subs or 8" / 6x9 woofers in the rear). It has speaker level inputs, which I don't use but are a nice option for anyone without pre-outs. Be aware that you can't use both them AND the RCA inputs, as I was originally going to try before I decided to buy an EQ.

If you need any more convincing, search for other reviews on Crutchfield for this amp -- people have nothing but great things to say about it.
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