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Last updated on 12/24/14 11:41:58
 
 
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• 60 Watt Amplifier • 4-channel Output • 10 - 50000 Hz Response Bandwidth
 
 
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Older product, look for current models
 
 
 
 
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Pioneer GM-6300F 600W 4 Channels Bridgeable Car Amplifier - Newegg.com
"Plenty of power for 4 channel speakers (not including subs..."

"They do ship from CA and only with UPS i guess..."

"Boxes were banged up pretty good but everything was fine inside..."

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GM-6400F - Pioneer USA, Car Stereo, Speakers, Home Theater ...
The 4-channel GM-6300F delivers a whopping 600 watts max (60 watts x 4 or 150 watts x 2 at 4 ohms; 75 watts x 4 at 2 ohms) — plenty of juice to power your high ...
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