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The Kicker ZX200.4 is the least powerful of the multi-channel series.

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offers a really wide variety of wiring options, very flexible

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can drive speakers as loud as most will ever need for normal listening

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easy to change the crossover to match the rest of your equipment

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controls are easy to work with, adjustments right on the amp

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outputs very clear signal, no loss or distortion

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low power draw, won't be too hard on the car battery

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easy to hook up, no surprises or special wiring needed

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not capable of extreme ground-shaking volume output

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The Kicker ZX200.4 is the least powerful 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.  The ZX200.4 is the cheapest of these, putting out 50 watts per channel.  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.  The ZX200.4 does not include a remote bass control, a feature that may be a deal breaker for some.

  • No remote bass control
  • Power: 50 watts x 4
  • Dimensions: Length 10-1/4 in, Height 2-1/8 in, Depth 9-5/8
  • Active Crossover: 12dB/octave, fixed at 80Hz - selectable high, low or all pass
  • KICKEQ Boost
  • Differential RCA inputs
  • Automatic turn-on modes: +12 V(Remote), DC Offset, Audio (Signal Sense)
  • Lowest power and lowest price in the series
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