Hifonics Brutus BRZ1200.1D
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Enough power output to rattle the car. Built very solidly, will take a few impacts from other things in the trunk without flinching. Looks massive and formidable as a tank, very impressive.
The Cons:Lacks support for high-def 8 ohm drivers.
The Hifonics Brutus BRZ1200.1D is one of five Hifonics Brutus Super D-Class Mono amplifiers. In particular, the BRZ1200.1D is the base unit, as it provides a maximum 1200 output @ 1 Ohm, 900 output at 2 Ohms, and 450 output at 4 Ohms.
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The 4- or 2-Ohm options offer a tighter bass response. Regardless, all five units in the Super D-Class series feature a new vertical fin heat-sink design for enhanced heat dissipation, which in turn means less impact on a car’s battery system. Featured also is variable low pass, subsonic filter, phase shift and level control. Additional features include a bass remote (included), integrated systems diagnostics technology / monitoring, and a balanced line input for MX accessories and line drivers.
- Super D-Class Series
- Mono Amplifier
- 1/2/4-Ohm Options
- 1200W Max Power
- Vertical Fin Heat-Sink Design
- Enhanced Heat Dissipation
- Improved Cost Savings (Energy)
- Variable Low Pass
- Subsonic Filter
- Phase Shift
- Level Control
- Bass EQ w/45Hz Bass Boost
- Balanced Line Input
- Bass Remote
- Integrated Diagnostics
- Illuminated Hifonics Logo
User Reviews (10)
enough power output to rattle the car
built very solidly, will take a few impacts from other things in the trunk without flinching
looks massive and formidable as a tank, very impressive
good heat dissipation, keeps the amp performing consistently
bass remote is designed well, easy to give it a quick tap to cut the bass when entering a quiet area
good fine-tuning controls to get the bass sounding just the way you want it
pumps 2 15" kicker cvr 4ohms 500rms perfectly.
lacks support for high-def 8 ohm drivers
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