Released January, 2006
The Pros:Controls on the front are easy to work with. Output provides clear, distinct sound that avoids being muffled. Small enough size to be tucked in under the driver's seat.
The Cons:Not a huge amount of power output, won't shake the car. Doesn't include a separate bass remote.
The Kicker ZX 200.2 is part of the ZX Stereo Amplifier line. The line goes from the compact 50-watt model all the way up to a 425 watt one. The Kicker ZX 200.2 is average size, average power item in the line with 100 watts per channel (or 200 watts if used as mono instead of stereo).
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With a built-in 12dB/octave high-, low-, or all-pass electronic crossover variable, the Kicker ZX 200.2 is a good option for anyone wanting a stereo system with a compact size and a decent amount of watts. The KICKEQ Boost that comes with Kicker stereo systems offers 18 decibels of bass centered at 40 hertz. The Kicker ZX stereo series also comes with some automatic turn-on modes such as DC Offset which detects surge from hi-level speaker outputs.
- Stereo sound
- 100 watts
- Smaller size: 2-1/8 in height, 9-5/8 in depth, 10-1/4 in length
- 12dB/octave Active crossover
- 18 decibles of bass centered at 40 hertz
- Automatic Turn-On Modes: +12 V (remote), DC Offset, Audio (Signal Sense)
- Differential RCA inputs
- No Remote Bass Control
User Reviews (1)
controls on the front are easy to work with
output provides clear, distinct sound that avoids being muffled
small enough size to be tucked in under the driver's seat
automatic turn-on modes makes it easy to work with as you drive
inputs make installation very easy
not a huge amount of power output, won't shake the car
doesn't include a separate bass remote
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