Kenwood KAC-9106D 2000W Monoblock Class D Car Audio Power Amplifier

Kenwood makes tough, rugged amplifiers that bring you superior sound quality along with reliable performance. When you power your subwoofer with kenwood’s performance Series KAC-9106D amplifier, you’ll hear all the great tonal color, impact, and detail in your music’s bass, from the hard punch of the rhythm section to the soft thump of a Quiet kick Drum. The KAC-9106D mono amp puts out up to 1, 000 Watts RMS to your subwoofer. Onboard low-pass and subsonic filters let you adjust the signal so you’ll get the best sound possible from your subwoofer/box Combo. You can dial in up to 18 db of bass boost if you want to really fatten up the sound. This versatile amp features speaker-level inputs and signal sensing turn-on, so you can put this amp to work in just about any kind of system. Aluminum Cover plates Cover and protect the amp’s connections and controls, giving your installation a neat, professional look.

Key feature: CEA-2006 Compliant, Class D, 2 Ohms Load Capability, Speaker Level Input, Signal Sensing Turn-on, Terminal Cover, Power MOS-FET Switching Power Supply, Cast Aluminum Heat Sink Design, Line Output Terminals for Extension.

Product Features

  • Mono subwoofer amplifier
  • 500 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms (1, 000 watts x 1 at 2 ohms)
  • Class D amp design
  • Speaker-level inputs with signal Sensing turn-on
  • Variable low-pass filter (50-200 Hz at 24 dB per octave)

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3 Responses to Kenwood KAC-9106D 2000W Monoblock Class D Car Audio Power Amplifier

  1. Anonymous says:

    Less than expected I did expect a little more from Kenwood. I had two different brand amps for each sub woofer and total power was about 1200W. 760 for one and 500 on the other. I wanted to just switch to one amp to power both. It works well and hasn’t given me any grief in the last two years I’ve had it, but it doesn’t sound as good as the two amps I had in previously. Don’t get me wrong. It absolutely blasts, but I was expecting it be more. It could be because it’s a monoblock, but I’m still not entirely sure…

  2. Anonymous says:

    WILL NOT put out 2000 watts continuously because it can’t handle a constant 1ohm load Very few adjustments, only 4 to be exact. There are no Low-pass or High-pass filter switches, no gain control. Good for a beginner with a cheap sub but not for serious audio. The worst of all is that basically the advertisement lies because he cannot without 2000 Watts continuously at a 1 ohm load. Also, because of the way the channels are set up, they are already running parallel, with two positives and two negatives if you hook two separate subwoofers wired at 2ohm to it it’s final impedance…

  3. Anonymous says:

    My son gives it a “Thunbs Up”