New for 2012, the SAX-125.4 is built to the same exacting standards as the SAX-100.4D. It's flexible crossovers allow the user to run a 2-way active speaker setup with no external processing. It packs enough punch that one could also run a set of front speakers with one pair of channels and a subwoofer, bridged, on the other pair of channels for use as a total system amplifier where high power is not required.
|Rated power output|
----RMS power, 4 ohm stereo
|125W x 4CH|
----RMS power, 2 ohm stereo
|200W x 4CH|
----RMS power, 4 ohm bridged
|400W x 2CH|
|Signal / Noise Ratio||105dB|
|Subsonic frequency crossover||10Hz ~ 500Hz|
|High pass frequency crossover||50(500)Hz ~ 500(5K)Hz|
|High pass frequency multiply||x1, x10|
|Low pass frequency crossover||50(500)Hz ~ 500(5K)Hz|
|Low pass frequency multiply||x1, x10|
|Frequency response||20Hz ~ 20KHz ( +/- 3dB )|
|Input sensitivity||6V ~ 0.2V ( +/- 5% )|
|T.H.D @ 4ohm||< 0.1%|
|Efficiency @ 4ohm||70%|
|Fuse Rating||30A x 2|
|Dimensions||8.25"(W) x 2.32"(H) x 11.02"(L)|
Posted by Unknown on 27th Mar 2013
I have this amp running a set of front focal components and the rear channels bridged running a set of 10" SD-2's. The front scream and i think this amp is under rated, its seems like it throws out more power then they say.
All prices are in USD.