Boston Acoustics takes much of the technology they developed for their top-of-the-line GT Reference amps, and uses it in their latest GTA Series amplifiers. The 2-channel GTA-602 amplifier puts out 60 watts RMS per channel plenty enough power to rock a set of speakers or components or you can drive a 4-ohm sub with 200 watts RMS in single-channel mode. Boston Acoustics' Q-Tune technology lets you bump up your bass, whether you're running a subwoofer or not. The inputs feature special noise-cancellation circuitry that ensures clean reproduction of your music all the way through to your speakers.
The GTA-602's compact size allows it to fit in more vehicles, while the Integral Mounting System puts the mounting holes in each corner of the frame, instead of using protruding tabs that waste space. You'll find all connections and adjustment controls recessed on one side of the amp, for a neat installation and easy adjustment. Variable high- and low-pass filters let you tune the amplified signal so your system can sound its best. An optional wired remote control gives you the power to tweak your subwoofer's level from the front seat.