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SOURCE: need a part for my alpine mrv-f407 amp

as far as i know, nobody stocks or sells replacement cases for this amplifier, your best bet would be to search for a good dead one on ebay or somewhere similar... failing that, you can take the case apart and use an aluminum or metal paint to repaint it after sanding it. the reason for using a metal paint is that most regular paints will have an unwanted insulating effect and not allow the case to perform its intended purpose, giant heatsink. you can also try to use metal polishes or an extremely fine grit sand paper (1000-2000 grit) to remove any scuffs and polish it at the same time, but this will remove any factory paint. i believe krylon or one of the other brands makes a metal tint paint that is translucent, i have used it to color match amps to cars and it seems to work well. it can be found at just about any napa or other automotive shop and i believe it is intended for wheels, bumpers, etc.

hope this helps,
trin

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SOURCE: I need to know what the wattage the alpine

RMS Continuous Power (at 12.0V)
Per channel into 4 ohms...............40W, 0.08% THD
Per channel into 2 ohms ..............50W, 0.3% THD
Bridged into 4 ohms.....................100W, 0.3% THD

RMS Continuous Power (at 14.4V)
Per channel into 4 ohms...............60W, 0.08% THD
Per channel into 2 ohms...............80W, 0.3% THD
Bridged into 4 ohms.....................160W, 0.3% THD
Max. Power (at 14.4V)
Per channel into 4 Ohms..............120W
Bridged into 4 Ohms....................320W
This should help.

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Require a users manual for my pioneer file type compact disc player model PD-F407


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The protection light comes on when I turn it on.


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I have model PD-F407-- It will not play past disc 5. I can not get it to manually play any disc past 5 and it won't roll over from disc 5 to 6. If I punch in to play disc 9 it flashes disc 5 on the...


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I need to know what the wattage the alpine mrv-f407 puts out when its bridged or only running 2 channels?


RMS Continuous Power (at 12.0V)
Per channel into 4 ohms...............40W, 0.08% THD
Per channel into 2 ohms ..............50W, 0.3% THD
Bridged into 4 ohms.....................100W, 0.3% THD

RMS Continuous Power (at 14.4V)
Per channel into 4 ohms...............60W, 0.08% THD
Per channel into 2 ohms...............80W, 0.3% THD
Bridged into 4 ohms.....................160W, 0.3% THD
Max. Power (at 14.4V)
Per channel into 4 Ohms..............120W
Bridged into 4 Ohms....................320W
This should help.

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I obtain recently a car amplifier model: mrv-f400 of alpine, i want information about the correct way to instal thanks


http://www.alpine-usa.com/US-en/support/support_search.php?modelname=MRV-F407

THE ABOVE LINK WILL DOWNLOAD A MANUAL FOR THE SIMILAR MRV-F407 AMPLIFIER. IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE THE EXACT MANUAL, YOU CAN OBTAIN IT FROM PACIFIC COAST PARTS AT 800-421-5080 PART NUMBER=68P50958W56. IT IS AROUND $5.00 PLUS SHIPPING. LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE.....V

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Battery Lead (Sold Separately)
Be sure to add a 80 amp fuse as close as possible
to the battery’s positive (+) terminal. This fuse will
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Power Output: RMS Continuous Power (at 12.0V, 20 Hz to 20
kHz)
MRV-1507
Per channel into 4 ohms ......................... 150W, 0.08% THD
Per channel into 2 ohms .......................... 300W, 0.3% THD
Bridged into 4 ohms ................................ 600W, 0.3% THD

You can find a manual for this amp here:
http://www.alpine-usa.com/US-en/support/support_search.php?modelname=mrv-1507

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Need a part for my alpine mrv-f407 amp


as far as i know, nobody stocks or sells replacement cases for this amplifier, your best bet would be to search for a good dead one on ebay or somewhere similar... failing that, you can take the case apart and use an aluminum or metal paint to repaint it after sanding it. the reason for using a metal paint is that most regular paints will have an unwanted insulating effect and not allow the case to perform its intended purpose, giant heatsink. you can also try to use metal polishes or an extremely fine grit sand paper (1000-2000 grit) to remove any scuffs and polish it at the same time, but this will remove any factory paint. i believe krylon or one of the other brands makes a metal tint paint that is translucent, i have used it to color match amps to cars and it seems to work well. it can be found at just about any napa or other automotive shop and i believe it is intended for wheels, bumpers, etc.

hope this helps,
trin

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