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123W x 4 Channel Max. Power Output at 2 Stereo

70W x 4 Channel 0.1% THD at 2 Stereo @13.8V (RMS Continuous Power)

50W x 4 Channel 0.1% THD at 4 Stereo @13.8V (RMS Continuous Power)

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Whatever the watts is on amp

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  • Max Power Output: 4800 watts @ 1 ohm
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  • http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_61_Audiobahn+A2300HCT.html
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