Kenwood KAC-M8005 5-channel Marine Amplifier
The Kenwood KAC-M8005 has a MAX Power of 1600W, featuring conformal coating and speaker level input. It also has a variable high-pass and low-pass filter.
Power Your Entire System
The Kenwood KAC-M8005 can provide power to your entire sound system. It sends 50 watts RMS out each to your speakers, as well as up to 500 watts RMS to your subwoofer. If you have a high-performance components as well as a subwoofer, you can set the Kenwood KAC-M8005 to 3-channel mode, allowing your components with 150 watts RMS per side while sending 500 watts to your subwoofer.
The Kenwood KAC-M8005 will accept an input signal from almost any source, regardless if you’re using RCA cables or speaker wires from your radio. When you use the speaker-level inputs, the amplifier will sense the signal and turn itself on, so you won’t need to run a remote turn-on lead to your receiver.
Tuning Where Needed
High-pass filters on the front and rear channels let you tailor the sound to get maximum performance from your speakers. You can adjust the low-pass filter and bass boost on the subwoofer channel to get just the right tone for your bass, while optimizing your sub’s performance.
Conformal coating protects the internal circuits from water and dirt, so the show will always go on, even through the roughest conditions on road, trail, or waterway. The speaker output terminals feature plastic-covered plugs that provide even more protection for those connections.
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Kenwood has a reputation for bringing important new products to the consumer electronics market. The company built the first audio/video amplifier for home theater back in 1981. Kenwood also created the first anti-theft car cassette deck that could be slid out of the dash; the first with an automatic broadcast sensor system and automatic noise reduction; the first with 24 presets; and the first polypropylene speaker cones. Over the years, Kenwood engineers have invented dozens of new technologies later copied by others.
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