If you’re looking for a subwoofer amplifier, Sinful Audio has you covered. The SMP250 Mono Subwoofer Amp features variable low-pass crossover, easily accessible volume control and a low-frequency effect input. It’s designed for use with higher wattage passive subwoofers so you can tighten the level of the bass signal. You can even use the high-pass ins and outs to send the signal back into your sound system.
TheSMP250 Mono Subwoofer Amp gives passive subwoofers up to 250 watts of power so you can experience all the crashes, crunches and car chases with spine-tingling exhilaration. Designed for use with higher wattage passive subwoofers such as in-wall subs that require external power, the SMP250 Mono Subwoofer provides stable power and enhances the low frequency sound effects. Moderately priced with high-end features, this sub amp includes a variable high cut filter that routes higher frequencies to main speakers so subs can concentrate on the low frequency sound effects they are designed to handle. The result is bass that does not sound muddy or overly thumpy but rather crisp and detailed. You’ll immediately feel and hear the difference. Other features include a back panel adjustable gain and volume control limiter to protect the woofers as well as low-level and high-level pass-through input/outputs to cover newer and old school sound systems.
Why Do You Need Subwoofer Amp?
If you have a powered subwoofer, you don’t. A powered subwoofer has its own internal amplifier
What Is A Class A/B Amplifier?
In home theater, Class A/B are the most common because they combine the efficiency of Class B with the sound quality of Class A amps. A Class A amplifier uses the input signal 100% of the time, which means that the output signal to your sub matches the input signal from your receiver. The result is virtually no clipping or distortion. Sounds perfect, right? The downside is that Class A amplifiers run very hot because the transistors are working all the time. Class B amplifiers only amplify half of the input signal which creates some distortion but these amps are far more efficient than Class A amplifiers and run a lot cooler. A Class A/B amp combines the best of A and B, so distortion is lower yet efficiency is high so sound quality is truly maximized.
- 250W Peak Power / 150W Continuous RMS Single Channel Mono
- Variable High Cut Filter 30Hz – 150Hz; front panel Knob
- Additional Front Panel Controls: Phase Switch and Volume Control
- Choice of Signal Level Input or LFE (Low Frequency Effects)
- Three Turn on Choices: Music Sensing, Manual On or hard 12 Volt Trigger
- Back Panel Adjustable Gain /Volume Control Limiter
- Both Signal (Low Level) and Speaker (High Level) Pass through Input/outputs
- Maximum Output: Single 8-ohm Sub Woofers or Single 8 ohm DVC Woofer (See IWS8 or IWS-88)
- 110/220V switchable
- 2-Year Warranty