When something is called "Primo" it has to be the best! So Massive Audio released "Primo Series" amplifiers. Simply the best for audiophiles behind a wheel!
All 5 PRIMO amps use Mil Spec PCBs, SMD parts, 5 way protection, full MOSFET high grade switching devices and comply with the “World Wide Standards”, “ROHS”, “E-Mark” and are CTA2006 Compliant. All models feature Built In OEM Line Converters @ up to 9V In with ATO (Auto Turn On / no turn on wire needed) and 12V out. The 4 channel PX1200.4 & PX1900.4 and 3 Mono P1200.1, P2000.1 & P3200.1 come in polished aluminum fin less heat sink with a blue back lit logo. Only top quality 1% resistors, caps, connectors complete the "no compromise design".
Each model supports a "Docking Port" to plug in an optional custom matching 4 Farad Railcap Booster (RCX). Want the best? Go Primo!
|1 Ohm RMS||n/a|
|2 Ohm RMS||240w x 4|
|4 Ohm RMS||150w x 4|
|4 Ohm Bridged||480w x 2|
|Input Level||0.4 ~ 10V (High or Low)|
|Freq. Response||20Hz ~ 45KHz|
|THD at 4 Ohm Load 30% Rated Power||<0.03%|
|Minimum Load||2 Ohm|
|Dimensions||9.4 (in) x 5.9 (in) x 1.9 (in)|
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Can I use the px1900.4 for 2 subs? Will the 4ohm 2 x 480w rms and the settings/hpf lpf etc..allow me to cut out the higher frequencies from the subs? Is there an rms power loss there? Question 2, the 3200.1 is rated at 600w rms. Would this be 600w rms for each of my 2 x 4ohm subs? Or would each sub get 300w rms? Is the 600w rms monoblock a better option than the 2 x 480w rms from px1900.4?
Hello James, Yes, the monoblock is a better choice for the subs. The power is close, it is very stable amplifier, and the crossover network is more suited for subs. Thank you, Aaron