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Ok condidtion, acouple scratches, I dont have the screws to hold the shroud down but that should be easily replaced from your local hardware store. The black face plate broke on it and I glued it back together, cant see it when the shroud is in place. It is in the pics. Works perfectly.

Usually put out 1400-1500+ on birth sheets

# 1000 Watt RMS Class BD Amplifier
# RMS Power Ratings:

* 500 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms
* 750 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms
* 1,000 watts RMS x 1 at 1 ohm

# Para-Punch bass EQ (0-18 dB with variable center frequency between 35-70 Hz) with wired remote control
# MEHSA- High Performance Thermal management design for bigger power with more consistent thermal stabiity
# MOSFET power supplies and outputs
# TOPAZ - Circuit for eliminating engine noise
# NOMAD - Advanced short circuti and power protection
# MasterSync - allows one amplifier to manipulate another amplifier's gain, EQ, Infrasonic and crossover controls
# PowerSync - Allows bd series amplifiers to be "strapped" together to create one massive power combination
# variable low-pass filter (32-250 Hz, 24 dB/octave)
# Infrasonic filter: 12dB/oct Butterworth alignment protects the amp from unwanted ulta-low frequency information, increasing the usable power output and reliability
# RCA Preamp Outputs
# Phase switch: 0 - 180 degrees
# Cast aluminium heatsinks - allows more power into a smaller heatsink be allowing engineers to localize heat in specific areas
# 3-Stage Variable forced convection - heatsink design that keeps the amp's internal comonents cool
# 1/0 AWG power and ground connections with internal ANL fusing
# Dimensions: 18" L x 12.8" W x 2.66" H


Here is the pic of the piece I had to glue back together, alittle unsighly but still functional
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