Released September, 2006
The Pros:Clean and tight amplification, no distortion. Effectively avoids whine with differential RCA inputs. A number of automatic turn-on modes available to suit your preference.
The Cons:Does not always ship with the advertised remote. Underpowered compared to many other bass amps in this range.
The Kicker ZX400.1 amplifier is one of the more cost effective amps in the Kicker ZX mono series. It is outfitted with differential RCA inputs which helps eliminate whines and trashy noise, improving the sound quality and the overall enjoyment of the music.
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The ZX mono-channel amplifier Kicker ZX400.1 has 400 watts protected by a heat sink. With 24dB/octave low pass electronic crossover, a 24dB/octave subsonic filter fixed at 25 hertz, and 18 decibels of boost centered at 40 hertz the Kicker ZX400.1 is an average part of the ZX series. Included is a remote bass control to make it easy to work with no matter where it is installed. The ZX mono amplifier series contains 300 watt amplifiers all the way up to 2,500 watts, a huge range of diversity giving the consumer the ability to choose exactly what they are looking for. With the ZX400.1 the consumer gets a lower power amplifier (but not the lowest) for a lower cost.
- Differential RCA inputs
- Automatic turn-on modes
- 400 watts
- 18 decibels of boost
- Remote bass control
- 24dB/octave subsonic filter
- 24dB/octave low pass electronic crossover
- Automatic Turn-On modes: DC Offset, Audio Signal Sense, +- 12V (Remote)
User Reviews (1)
clean and tight amplification, no distortion
effectively avoids whine with differential RCA inputs
a number of automatic turn-on modes available to suit your preference
enough power output for most applications
filter prevents damage to the subwoofer
does not always ship with the advertised remote
underpowered compared to many other bass amps in this range
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