Pioneer GM-A5602 vs Alpine PDX-F6

 
Pioneer GM-A5602
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$149.99
  • 450 watts RMS x 1 bridged
  • variable low-pass filter
  • preamp and speaker-level inputs
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Alpine PDX-F6
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$749.99
  • 300 watts RMS x 2 bridged
  • Class-D design
  • stackable installation design with front-mounted controls
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Condition New StockNew Stock
Performance Pioneer GM-A5602Alpine PDX-F6
RMS Power Output (Wt x Channels)
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150 x 2
150 x 4
Peak Power Output (Wt x Channels)
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450 x 2N/A
Power at 2 Ohms (Wt x Channels)
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225 x 2150 x 4
Bridged Power (Wt x Channels)
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450 x 1300 x 2
Minimum Impedance Bridged
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44
Minimum Impedance Unbridged
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22
Best Frequency Response
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10-70K Hz5-100k Hz
THD at Rated RMS Power
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1%1%
Signal to Noise Ratio
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75 dB94 dB
Input Voltage
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14.4v14.4v
Features Pioneer GM-A5602Alpine PDX-F6
Amplifier Class
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ABD
Low-Pass Crossover Frequency
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40-500 Hz30-400 Hz
Low-Pass Slope (dB/octave)
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12 dB/octave12 dB/oct
High-Pass Crossover Frequency
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N/A30-400 Hz
High-Pass Slope (dB/octave)
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N/A12 dB/oct
Bass Boost
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0, 6, 12 dBNo
Bass Boost Frequency
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50 HzN/A
Fan Cooled
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NoNo
Fuse Rating
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6060
Speaker Level Inputs
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HarnessNo
Preamp Outputs
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NoNo
Width (inches)
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13-7/810-1/8
Height (inches)
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2-3/82
Depth (inches)
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8-1/28-9/16
Parts Warranty
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1 Year1 Year
Labor Warranty
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1 Year1 Year
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Pioneer GM-A5602
In Stock 
$149.99
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Alpine PDX-F6
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$749.99
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