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This is a VR3 VRA2.0 200 watt, 2-channel car audio amplifier. This 200 (50 Watts RMS x 2 @ 4 Ohm) watt amplifier features an adjustable 3-position (Bass, Treble, Flat) crossover. It is ideal for driving a single subwoofer or a pair, or you can also use it run your highs or component system. By being equipped with this built-in crossover (50 Hz – 250 Hz), you won’t have to spend extra money on additional crossovers. This MOSFET amplifier also has a RCA line input and line output, which can be used for daisy chaining additional amplifiers. Additionally, the adjustable sensitivity and bass boost dials, allow you the flexibility to dial in the perfect amount of bass to suit your car stereo system. This unit has been remanufactured to 100% of its original factory specifications.

Product Features

  • 200 Watt 2-Channel MOSFET Car Audio Power Amp
  • 200 Watts Peak Power
  • 3-Position Crossover Switch (Bass, Treble, Flat)
  • Adjustable Crossover Frequency: 50 Hz – 250 Hz
  • Bridgeable, Overload Protection, Bass Boost

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  1. Christopher Mason says:

    26 RMS@4 Ohm, 40 RMS@2Ohm- to clipping I used this to power a pyle driver piece of junk sub, which did not even last a day, but then I bought a polk audio 8″ sub installed it in the pyle tube and wham-o it sounds great! I ran it a week or two with the gain down (about a quarter of the way) and it still bumped pretty good when I had the bass up on the head unit. Today I put the gain around 75% and turned the bass down on my head unit and I can turn it up pretty loud without my door speakers distorting. The bass boost on this amp…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ok I had this amp hooked up to two 10 inch ssl subwoofers for the first couple of days I was breaking in the new subs with the amp turned down pretty low it worked great and put out a decent amount of power so after those first couple of days I gradually turned up the gain to about half way with the digital bass boost on “pretty cool feature about this amp” and not even 10 minutes later it over heated and completely cut off so my recommendation is to not even bother with the bass boost…

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