About the Clarion XC2410
Clarion's XC2410 4-channel amplifier delivers 50 watts RMS per channel from a chassis that's about the size of your hand. This micro-sized amp can fit almost anywhere, even behind many dashboards. And Clarion managed to pack more watts per square inch inside this little powerhouse than almost any other 4-channel amp made.
Ready for outdoor work
The XC2410's circuits are coated on both sides for protection, so this amp is a great candidate for powering speakers in ATVs, boats, and other challenging applications. Clarion nickel-plated all the connectors to resist corrosion and ensure electrical flow, even during harsh conditions.
The XC2410's input circuitry resists the electronic noise common in cars, so you will enjoy clean, distortion-free music. Soft turn-on and turn-off circuitry prevents potentially damaging thumps to your system as it powers on or off. Variable high-pass filters help you clarify the sound by eliminating the extremely low bass that your speakers can't reproduce. You'll also appreciate the high-level inputs, so you can hook this amp up to almost any system, even to factory radios without RCA connections.
- 4-channel amplifier
- 50 watts RMS x 4 at 4 ohms (75 watts RMS x 4 at 2 ohms)
- 150 watts RMS x 2 bridged at 4 ohms (4-ohm stable when bridged)
- CEA-2006 compliant
- Class D amp technology
- double-sided conformal-coated circuit board — suitable for power sports and marine applications (not waterproof)
- corrosion-resistant nickel-coated connections
- built-in ground loop isolation circuitry reduces input noise
- variable high-pass filter (15-250 Hz, 12 dB/octave)
- preamp and speaker-level inputs
- 10-gauge power and ground leads recommended wiring and hardware not included with amplifier
- fuse rating: 40A x 1
- dimensions: 8"W x 1-11/16"H x 3-1/4"D
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # XC2410
What's in the box:
- 4-Channel amplifier
- 40-amp ATO fuse (installed in-line)
- 9" Power/Ground harness
- 9" Speaker-level output harness
- Four 3/4" Self-tapping screws
- 4 Flat washers
- Owner's manual (English/ French/ Spanish)
- Warranty information
More details on the Clarion XC2410
Features & specs
|RMS Power Output (Watts x Channels)||
50 x 4 |
|Peak Power Output (Watts x Channels)||100 x 4|
|Power at 2 Ohms (Watts x Channels)||75 x 4|
|Bridged Power (Watts x Channels)||150 x 2|
|Minimum Impedance Bridged||4|
|Minimum Impedance Unbridged||2|
|Best Frequency Response||20-30k Hz|
|THD at Rated RMS Power||1%|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||70 dB|
|Low-Pass Crossover Frequency||N/A|
|Low-Pass Slope (dB/octave)||N/A|
|High-Pass Crossover Frequency||15-250 Hz|
|High-Pass Slope (dB/octave)||12 dB/octave|
|Bass Boost Frequency||N/A|
|Speaker Level Inputs||Harness|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
RCA Inputs: Two pair of female RCA line level inputs (front and rear) are attached to the left end of the amp with 7" wires.
Speaker Level Inputs: The 8" speaker level input wires are also attached to the left end of the amp.
Crossovers: The front and rear channels have built-in independent high pass crossovers. The crossover points are continuously variable from 15 Hz to 250 Hz and the slopes are 12 dB/octave.
Gain: The front and rear rotary gain controls are continuously variable; the range depends on which input you're using:
- RCA: 200mV to 8V
- Speaker Level: 600mV to 20V
Power Harness: The included power harness plugs into a pigtail harness attached to the amp, for a total of 18" power and ground wires. The power wire should be connected directly to the battery, so it will likely need to be extended using a 10-gauge or larger wire (the attached power and ground wires are both 12-gauge). An in-line fuse holder on the power wire holds the included 40-amp ATO style fuse and another in-line fuse should be added close to the battery.
Speaker Output Harness: The included speaker output harness plugs into a pigtail harness attached to the amp, for a total of 18" speaker wires. The remote turn-on wire is also in the speaker output harness.
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