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Output Power at 11.5V to 16V (20Hz - 20KHz):
4 x 50W @ 4 ohms (0.02% THD)
4 x 70W @ 2 ohms (0.15% THD)
2 x 140W @ 4 ohms bridged
Damping Factor: 150 (20Hz - 200Hz)
Fuse: 30A (4 ohms)
Dimensions: 11.42" x 8.7" x 2.45" (29cm x 22cm x 6.2cm)
Weight: 7.5 lb. (3.4 kg.)

Here is a link to your product's pdf file for instruction manual:

http://www.maxxsonics.net/manuals/hifonics/pdfs/hf_SERIESVII.pdf

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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