Released November, 2006
The Pros:No distortion to the signal at all, comes through clar. Enough power to fill the car with loud bass. Has a sleek, impressive look that has a high-end feel.
The Cons:Can't handle extreme high-resistance speakers. Not enough power to shake windows of other cars, not a competition amp. Only a few speaker configurations work well.
The Kicker ZX700.5 is a hybrid member of the multi-channel series. ZX multi-channel amplifiers range from 50 watts x 4 channels all the way to 215 watts x 4. This gives the buyer a decent variety of power and price to choose from.
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The ZX700.5 puts out 85 watts per 4 channels, 165 watts per 2 channels, and 420 Class D power for mono. The multi-channel series have features similar to the stereo series such as a 12dB/octave electronic crossover and a KICKEQ Boost of up to 18 decibels of bass centered at 40 hertz. The multi-channel series has some features the stereo series doesn't have, such as a fader dial which gives the consumer just that much more control over their sound system. The ZX700.5 includes a remote bass control making it easier for the owner to customize their sound on the go.
- Remote bass control
- Power 2 Ohm Stereo: 85 watts x 4
- Power 4 Ohm Bridged Mono: 165 watts x 2
- Class D Power 2 Ohm Mono: 420
- Dimensions: Length 20 in, Height 2-1/8 in, Depth 9-5/8
- Active Crossover: 12dB/octave
- KICKEQ Boost
- Differential RCA inputs
- Automatic turn-on modes: +12 V(Remote), DC Offset, Audio (Signal Sense)
User Reviews (2)
no distortion to the signal at all, comes through clar
enough power to fill the car with loud bass
has a sleek, impressive look that has a high-end feel
drives a lot of speakers at once
can't handle extreme high-resistance speakers
not enough power to shake windows of other cars, not a competition amp
only a few speaker configurations work well
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