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SAX-125.2 - Sundown Audio 125W 2-Channel Amplifier


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  • 2/1 Channel Bridgeable Class-AB Amplifier
  • MOSFET PWM Power Supply
  • Stable Into 4 Ohms Bridged or 2 Ohms Stereo Load
  • 12dB Octave Electronic Crossover Slope
  • High Pass Filter Variable with x 10 Range Selectable Switch
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Technical Details
Item model numberSAX-125.2
  
Additional Information
ASINB003ZWD7QE
Best Sellers Rank #292,996 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sundown Audio
  • Model: SAX-125.2

Product Description

The SAX-125.2 was designed to replace our SAX-100.2 model -- it features an upgraded power supply for a bit more power as well as greatly enhanced crossover flexibility. This unit was built to satisfy the discerning audiophile who doesn't necessarily want to spend huge sums of money on his full range amplifier. This amplifier utilizes high quality Sanken bipolar output transistors, and 12 of them at that! The SAX-125.2 is also equally suited for subwoofer applications where tremendous power is not called for.

* 2/1 Channel Bridgeable Class-AB Amplifier * MOSFET PWM Power Supply * Stable Into 4 Ohms Bridged or 2 Ohms Stereo Load * 12dB Octave Electronic Crossover Slope * Variable Subsonic Filter * High Pass Filter Variable with x 10 Range Selectable Switch * Low Pass Filter Variable with x 10 Range Selectable Switch * HPF/FULL/LPF Selectable Switch * Variable Bass Boost Control * Variable Bass-Boost Frequency Control * Variable Input Level Control * Input Sensitivity : 200mV ~ 6V * Subsonic Filter : 10Hz ~ 500Hz * Signal Input and Line Out RCA Connectors * Multi-Way Protection circuitry (Thermal/Over Current/Speaker Short/Speaker DC protection) * Tested Voltage & THD: 14.4V & Less than 0.05% THD * Operating Voltage : DC10V~16V Power Input * Wired Remote Controller

RMS power, 4 ohm stereo 125W x 2CH RMS power, 2 ohm stereo 200W x 2CH RMS power, 4 ohm bridged 400W x 1CH Signal to Noise Ratio >90dB Low pass frequency crossover 50Hz ~ 5KHz High Pass Crossover 30Hz ~ 3KHz Variable Subsonic Filter 10Hz to 500Hz Bass Boost 0~18dB Variable Bass-Boost Frequency Control 35Hz to 120Hz Frequency Response 10Hz ~ 40KHz (+/-1dB) THD@RMS Watts <0.1% Channel Separation 75dB Fuse Rating 20A x 3 Input Sensitivity Variable 200mV~6V (+/- 5%) Dimensions 252(W) x 58(H) x 340(L)mm

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By PhRosTbyTe on April 12, 2011
After ordering my Sundown Audio SAX-125.2 amplifier, I received a call from customer service. They told me the shipping date was actually bumped up and I would be receiving my package earlier than expected! This was a nice surprise and great way to begin a relationship with the company. I researched many 2 channel and 4 channel amps online and was in the market for a solid amp for my mids & highs in my 2002 Chevy Camaro. With a solid set of Digital Designs components in the front stage and a set of JL Audio C2 Evolution coaxials for rear fill, I previously used a Kicker ZX350.2 amp for the front and ran the rear fill off my Kenwood KDC-X794 head unit. After about 3 months my Kicker amp fried so I wanted a reliable sturdy amp that would last and was less concerned with price, more concerned with quality. The features of the SAX-125.2 consist of:

2/1 Channel Bridgeable Class-AB Amplifier
MOSFET PWM Power Supply
Stable Into 4 Ohms Bridged or 2 Ohms Stereo Load
12dB Octave Electronic Crossover Slope
Variable Subsonic Filter
High Pass Filter Variable with x 10 Range Selectable Switch
Low Pass Filter Variable with x 10 Range Selectable Switch
HPF/FULL/LPF Selectable Switch
Variable Bass Boost Control
Variable Bass-Boost Frequency Control
Variable Input Level Control
Input Sensitivity : 200mV ~ 6V
Subsonic Filter : 10Hz ~ 500Hz
Signal Input and Line Out RCA Connectors
Multi-Way Protection circuitry (Thermal/Over Current/Speaker Short/Speaker DC protection)
Tested Voltage & THD: 14.4V & Less than 0.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tech M on August 8, 2011
I Recently bought this amplifier and is exceed mu expecation. very powerful amplifier to be used for midrange and great crossover control. cleaner than the re audio amplifier.
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By larams on February 7, 2014
I own three Sundown amps. I have the sae1000d and two 100.2 amps. All three broke within three years. I tried to get some help from Jacob on the SSA forums and instead I got insulted and told it was all my fault. In the end I got zero support from Jacob and Sundown audio. I'm out close to a grand with nothing to show for it.

I ended up having the amps looked at and the tech who opened the amps up said there were multiple solder failures on all of the amps and that some of the fets were only held in place by screws. If you removed the screws the fets fall out because the soldering joints are bad.

I could write a few pages in order to cover the details of how I was treated by Jacob and his company. It's just not worth the time with all the Sundown fankids out there who defend this idiot. All I can say is that in 46 years of living on earth I have never been treated so poorly by any company I've ever dealt with.
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