What is a class d monoblock amplifier?

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A class D monoblock is a highly efficient and more powerful amp suitable for sub-woofers. But they may not be that suitable for speakers/tweeter due to high distortion.
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1. Cut a length of speaker wire that's long enough to reach from the amp's mounting location to the subwoofer. 2. Separate the two leads of the speaker wire for 2 inches and remove
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Subwoofer amplifiers are typically single channel amplifiers but the term "Monoblock" is more commonly used for single channel amplifiers used as main speaker amplifiers
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Some places have the Hifonics 3000 Class D mono amp
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