OSD Audio SMP250; 250-Watt Single Channel Mono High Current Class A/B Subwoofer Power Amplifier with Front Panel Phase Switch, Adjustable High-Cut Filter and Volume Knob

July 26, 2016 - Comment

The SMP250 table top 250 watt high-powered subwoofer amp with a built-in crossover network is designed to be used with higher wattage passive subwoofers. This exceptional subwoofer amplifier puts out high currents of wattage to your subwoofer so you get that nice kick to your bass. With the low pass crossover and phase switch, you

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The SMP250 table top 250 watt high-powered subwoofer amp with a built-in crossover network is designed to be used with higher wattage passive subwoofers. This exceptional subwoofer amplifier puts out high currents of wattage to your subwoofer so you get that nice kick to your bass. With the low pass crossover and phase switch, you can tighten the level of the bass signal going to the subwoofer. The high-pass ins/outs provide you the option to send the signal back into your sound system. Includes bolt-on rack ears. Dual Voltage 110/220V.

Product Features

  • 250 W 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)
  • Maximum Output: two 8 ohm Sub Woofers or Single 8 ohm DVC Woofer
  • Shipping: This item does not ship outside the U.S

Comments

amateurspeakerbuilder says:

About what you’d expect for the price. I wanted a rack mounted amp especially made to play subwoofers. Similar to those made to be inside the speaker boxes. With the basic controls for a sub, such as phase control, lowpass filter and auto turn on. And this amp fits the bill.Documentation is minimal. The Model number of the amp I got is OSD M13. It’s a class AB amp. The owners manual lists power as 150 watts. The Amazon description lists it at 250 watts with a different model number SMP250. Neither say into what load…

djpurvis says:

Awesome.

Anonymous says:

Took a while to get this thing tuned up right. I have two for two subs in separate zones. Bypassed the filter by running this through a speaker zone selector with ohms protection and volume control.The image is not the unit I received. The shipper was responsive in sending a second unit but it was exactly the same as the first (no Vu meter) Finally, the actual width is a little shorter than the rest of my components so when it is stacked, it looks a little funny.Overall, I would…

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