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Sony Xplod XM-GTX1852


$150.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sound quality of the output is very high, precise and detailed. Work with a wide range of drivers and setups. Cross-over can be adjusted depending on what other equipment is in the car.

The Cons:Routinely generates a fair amount of heat. Hard to tell if a driver is compatible until you've burned through a few fuses.

The Xplod XM-GTX1852 is an entry-level, two channel car amplifier from Sony. This amp features a variable cross-over, multiple channel configurations and single-side electrical connections for added versatility.

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This product can operate in a variety of different power outputs, depending on the ohms setting selected. On the low side, users can get 185 watts of power over two speakers (RMS) at 4 ohms. On the high end of the spectrum, users can get 500 watts over two speakers at just 2 ohms. A single speaker mode also exists, where the Xplod XM-GTX1852 can output 1000 watts of power.

Features

  • Two channel Xplod amp
  • Modern cosmetics
  • Installation flexibility
  • Variable cross-over
  • Multiple channel configurations
  • Single-side electrical connections

Power

  • 185 watts x 2 RMS (4 ohms)
  • 200 watts x 2 RMS (2 ohms)
  • 380 watts x 2 maximum power (4 ohms)
  • 400 watts x 1 RMS (4 ohms)
  • 500 watts x 2 maximum power (2 ohms)
  • 1000 watts x 1 maximum power (4 ohms)

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Pros
  • 4

    sound quality of the output is very high, precise and detailed

  • 2

    work with a wide range of drivers and setups

  • 2

    cross-over can be adjusted depending on what other equipment is in the car

  • 2

    contacts are accessible and easy to work with

  • 2

    easy to install and secure, smaller profile and built-in mounting bracket

Cons
  • 1

    routinely generates a fair amount of heat

  • 0

    hard to tell if a driver is compatible until you've burned through a few fuses

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