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Product Brand & Model:
2x treo engineering tsx 75.2 amps
1x treo engineering ssx 400.1 amp
1x treo engineering ssx1400.1 amp

Condition of all items:
all items are in excellent working condition. both tsx amps are cosmetically 8.5/10 with a few tiny marks here and there from installation. the ssx400.1 is missing the end caps but is 9.5/10comestically. the treo ssx1400.1 has a few more knicks than the others 7.5/10

Total Price: :
tsx amps 125 shipped each or 220 shipped for both obo
ssx400.1 175 shipped pbp
ssx1400.1 400 shipped obo

with more leeway for buying multiple amps

Shipping Terms: : prices include shipping to contig us.

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Additional info:
specs on each amp are as follows

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has rca inputs as well as outputs,hp/lp filter , bass boost etc. i've heard the 2-20amp fuses can be swapped out for larger ones and the amp can be run 2/1 ohm mono to get 600+ watts but i have never tried it. Even though these were more treo's entry level amps these still have incredible build quality and are underrated, overbuilt, and frankly pretty awesome.

100Wx1 @ 4 Ohms 0.1% THD 14.4VDC
200Wx1 @ 2 Ohms 0.1% THD 14.4VDC
400Wx1 @ 1 Ohm 0.1% THD 14.4VDC
Agian these amps are grossly underrated and will put out considerably more than rated power. this will do closer to 600w [email protected] and will run at .5 ohms

ssx 1400.1
500Wx1 @ 4 Ohms 0.1% THD 14.4VDC
900Wx1 @ 2 Ohms 0.1% THD 14.4VDC
1400Wx1 @ 1 Ohm 0.1% THD 14.4VDC
last is the beast of the bunch. heard these have been clamped at 1900watts @ 1ohm @14v, even more at .5 ohms or on 16v.


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