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Kicker: KX100.2 Amplifier 
 
# RMS Power (WATTS/CHANNEL), 2 Ohm Stereo: 50W x 2
# RMS Power (WATTS/CHANNEL), 4 Ohm Bridged Mono: 100W
# Remote Bass Control: NO
# Fan Cooling: No
 
Features
* Height With Shroud: 2 1/2"
* Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz; +0, -1dB
* Input Sensitivity: High Level 340mV-10V, Low Level 170mV-5V
* Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >95dB, a-weighted, re:rated power
* Active Crossover: 12dB/Octave, variable 50Hz-200Hz, selectable high pass, low pass, or all pass; hig or low fixed @ 80Hz
* KICKBass Boost: Variable to +18dB, centered @ 40Hz Pass-Thru RCAs

A measure of how well a CD player silences background noise. Higher ratings, in decibels (dB), indicate less noise.
The range of sounds, from bass to treble, a stereo component can reproduce. It's measured in Hertz (Hz), and a wider range is better — the bass will be lower and the treble will be higher. Humans can perceive sounds from 20 to 20,000 Hz. The lowest note on a bass guitar is about 41 Hz. Most male vocalists have a range between 100 and 500 Hz. Cymbals hit at about 15,000 Hz.
The unit of measurement for impedance or resistance. It tells you how much a device will resist the flow of current. If you take two signals of exactly the same strength and send one to a 4-ohm speaker and the other to an 8-ohm speaker, twice as much current will flow through the 4-ohm speaker. In other words, the 8-ohm speaker will require twice as much power (wattage) to play at the same volume.
The amount of continuous power, measured in watts, that an amplifier produces is called RMS power. The higher the RMS figure, the louder and cleaner your music sounds. When choosing an amplifier, the RMS rating is the power rating you should pay most attention to.
The unit of measurement for impedance or resistance. It tells you how much a device will resist the flow of current. If you take two signals of exactly the same strength and send one to a 4-ohm speaker and the other to an 8-ohm speaker, twice as much current will flow through the 4-ohm speaker. In other words, the 8-ohm speaker will require twice as much power (wattage) to play at the same volume.
The amount of continuous power, measured in watts, that an amplifier produces is called RMS power. The higher the RMS figure, the louder and cleaner your music sounds. When choosing an amplifier, the RMS rating is the power rating you should pay most attention to.
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