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BGW VX660 Stereo/Mono Bridged Power Amplifier "B" Stock 120V

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Regular Price: $3,052.50

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Quick Overview

The BGW VX-660 is the middlle model in a line of robust amplifiers designed for commercial applications. Capable of 3000W x 2 (2 ohms), the VX-660 can be used directly in 70V installations.

Amplifier may have minor cosmetic imperfections. Comes complete with 3-year limited warranty

BGW VX660 Amplifier

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Designed for contractors, the VX660 offers a conventional power supply for high reliability and value. This power supply contains over 124,000uF of energy storage to ensure that BGW bass response. Output power is rated at 660W RMS x 2 (8 ohms)  with up to 2450W watts available (4 ohms, bridged mode.) Plus the VX-660 can deliver the full 660W per channel at 70V with no autoformers required!

BGW's legendary modular design allows for less down time if there is a problem. Created with the contractor for the contractor, the 1dB precision stepped attenuators are on the rear panel where contractors like them. The VX Series is the ideal for use in fixed installations where the highest sound quality and reliability are a must. The faastLink™ interface is optional.

Specifications: Power Output: 660 W/ch @ 8Ω, 1050 W/ch @ 4Ω, 1500 W/ch @ 2Ω, 660 W/ch @ 70 V (Stereo Mode), 1750 W @ 8Ω, 2450 W @ 4Ω (Bridged Mono) Typical THD: <0.008% Maximum THD: 1.0% IMD: <0.008% Slew Rate: 20 V/µs (Stere Mode), 40 V/µs (Mono Mode) Damping Factor: >300:1 (ref. 8Ω) below 50 kHz Crosstalk: >90 dB @ 20 Hz - 20 kHz DC Offset: ±10 mV (5 mV typical) Recommended load: 4/8 Ω Frequency Response: 8 Hz - 56 kHz, +0/-3 dB; 20 Hz - 20 kHz, +0,-0.3 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 110 dB < 660 W (unwtd.) bal. Dimensions: 5 1/4" x 19" x 18.8" Weight: 50 lbs; 58 lbs shipping weight.

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