QTX KAD-2BT Stereo Bluetooth Amplifier with Pulse SPK40 Speakers in Liverpool

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Description:

Stereo Amplifier with Bluetooth and Media Player- 2x35W RMS -

KAD-2BT

A compact multi-purpose digital amplifier suitable for both domestic and commercial use. Equipped with three selectable stereo inputs, USB/SD media player with Bluetooth and FM receiver, two microphone inputs and capable of delivering up to 55W (max) per side.

Efficient Class D digital amplifier
Bluetooth connectivity
Built-in media player with USB and SD card inputs and FM receiver
High output power of 55W max. per side
Master volume, treble and bass rotaries control tone and overall output
Mic volume, tone and echo effects
Aux line input: 3.5mm stereo jack (front panel)
Stereo line inputs: 3x RCA (L+R)
Microphone inputs: 2x 6.35mm (") jack
FM antenna input: Spring clip terminals

Speaker outputs: Spring clip terminals
Output power (8 Ohms): 2x 25W RMS / 2x 40W Max. (EIAJ Standard 1kHz 10% THD)
Output power (4 Ohms): 2x 35W RMS / 2x 55W Max. (EIAJ Standard 1kHz 10% THD)
Output impedance: 4-8 Ohms
Line input sensitivity: 380mV
Mic input sensitivity: 15mV (unbalanced)
Power supply: 230V AC, 50Hz (IEC)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 200x65x200mm
Weight: 1.6kg

Pulse SPK40-BK

A pair of low impedance 2-way ABS cabinet speakers which can be used for either PA or background music applications.

Full range sound output
Pivoting removable metal mounting bracket with 2 key hole mounting slots
Can be mounted in either vertical or horizontal orientations
Cable entry hole in the middle of the bracket for neat cable routing
Two plastic feet at the front together with the bracket allow bookshelf mounting
4mm binding post connectors
Supplied in pairs
LF Driver: 4"
HF Tweeter: 1"
Impedance: 8 Ohm

Power rating: 25W RMS, 50W Max
Frequency response: 70Hz - 18kHz
Sensitivity: 88dB
Dimensions (WxHxD): 160x210x150mm
Weight: 1.5kg

8 ohm

25w each

With Brackets

Ad ID: 34940954
Posted:
4 weeks ago
Liverpool
Joined: Oct 2017
Sold: 11
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