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Old     (soundbox)      Join Date: Oct 2007       05-25-2012, 1:02 PM Reply   
Thought you guys would like the details on the new Sinister Series:

"Wet Sounds Sinister series of marine amplifiers represent the pinnacle in 12 volt amplifier design. The highest power to size amplifiers anywhere in the world for car or marine use. Utilizing advanced full range class D power supplies with a patent pending transformer design to deliver power output formerly unheard of in a small sized sealed amplifier. The Sinister amplifiers share one size full cast aluminum chassis for all models making installation a breeze and the ability to have a clean install. All Sinister amplifiers feature a fully conformal coated 4 layer pcb board, single side power, speaker and input section, and top mounted controls with removable cover. Sinister amplifiers have a back lit Wet Sounds shield logo with selectable illumination for red, white or blue that can be mounted horizontally or vertically for flexible amplifier placement. Other features include high pass/low pass/full range crossovers, flexible inputs source selection for single or multiple RCA channel input, RCA pass through on 4ch and 2ch, and removable speaker plugs that accept large gauge wire. The Sinister amplifiers are not only extremely powerful but also intelligent with a built in microprocessor controller for overvoltage protection, under voltage protection, DC offset and speaker short protection, as well as thermal rollback to ensure consistent play in the harsh marine environment. One of the most amazing aspects of the Sinister amplifiers design is the efficiency rating. All sinister amplifiers achieve their efficiency rating at full 4 ohm rated power, the 6 ch is 82%, the 4ch is 84% and the 2 ch is 86%. This translates into less current draw and less generated heat. Over twice that of a conventional class AB amplifier and more efficiency than any other Class D amplifier."

Stereo @ 4 ohms 6 x 185 Watts
Stereo @ 2 ohms 6 x 290 Watts
Bridged @ 4 ohms 3 x 585 Watts

Stereo @ 4 ohms 4 x 185 Watts
Stereo @ 2 ohms 4 x 340 Watts
Bridged @ 4 ohms 2 x 685 Watts

Stereo @ 4 ohms 2 x 400 Watts
Stereo @ 2 ohms 2 x 620 Watts
Bridged @ 4 ohms 1 x 1250 Watts


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