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Everything is practically brandnew. Amp still has plastic protecting the screen. Putting the Z back to stock so selling everything. This system hits really really hard. Box has 2 10" Alpine 1042d type-s subs. Looking for $325obo Plus shipping since I dont realy know what its worth.


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Alpine v12 MRD-M501
Amp Specs:
Do you measure your music in dBs? Then pound your sound into submission with a hard-hitting AccuClass-D mono amplifier from Alpine!

Power and control — that's what you get with Alpine's MRD-M501 mono bass amp. And with 275 watts RMS (at 4 ohms) and Bass Engine digital controls for razor-fine adjustments, outstanding sound is the result. Crank it up, then flip open the top-mount control center and tune your bass to perfection.

The MRD-M501 amplifier includes a built-in digital signal processor for the Bass Engine features, giving you a level of fine-tuning capability previously found only in Alpine receivers. Set the cut-off point for the subsonic filter from 15-50 Hz (in 5 Hz steps) to remove inaudible, energy-wasting low frequencies. The digital parametric EQ allows you to control the width and center point of the equalization curve to improve overall sound.

Need more bass? The Bass Compensator uses Alpine's MediaXpander (found in their receivers to optimize playback of compressed media files) to enhance low-end definition of the amplifier's output. Go hands-on with the optional RUX-4180 dash-mount level control knob.

The MRD-M501 has a set of preamp outputs for easily getting signal to another amplifier for additional power. The extra-large gold-plated wiring terminals will let your bass really hit, since larger-sized power and speaker wires let the power move more efficiently into and out of the amp.

Details:
275 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms (CEA-2006 Compliant)
550 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms
2-ohm stable
MOSFET power supply and output stages
STAR Topology for cleaner sound
Bass Engine® features:
low-pass digital filter, 30-200 Hz, with a selectable 12 or 24 dB/octave slope
variable subsonic filter (15-50 Hz in 5 Hz steps)
parametric EQ variable from 30-160 Hz, ±12 dB
Bass Compensator enhances low-end definition
top-mounted digital control center with cover
preamp outputs
time correction 0-10 milliseconds in 0.1ms steps
phase adjustment 0-180°
turn-on delay
requires 4-gauge power and ground leads — wiring and hardware not included with amplifier
extra-large gold-plated terminals
13-11/16"W x 2-9/16"H x 10-5/8"D
warranty: 1 year
 
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