It’s a kenwood. It has a nice size transformer which is encouraging. Model sw-32ht. It draws 160 watts from the wall, so if it were 50% efficient that would be 80 watts output.
But- that’s a guess on power,,,, maybe more, maybe less. Here’s a neat ‘little’ subwoofer amplifier module for that diy project. Size is 10x12x4″, and the transformer is around 4″ square, so it’s decent size. As far as power output, i don’t know.
So, if ya’ blew yours or simply want a good quality diy project amp for that home made subwoofer enclosure, here’s one to consider. Rca input. It was obviously removed from the enclosure, and i had to cut the wires from the subwoofer to the amplifier, but i include these and both ends still have the proper connectors on them. All the needed basics for control such as power/indicator/input/crossover point, and volume.
The power cord has a few ‘dings’ in it,but fully operational. ***********48 states only*******************any questions,. 4 ohm minimum load…..
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