Arc Audio 4050-XXK

1996blackmax1996blackmax Posts: 2,436
edited July 2009 in Garage Sale
I am thinking of letting this very nice amp go. I got it a couple of months back. Bought from an authorized Arc Audio dealer. The only reason for selling is that I went up to a bigger amp, an Arc 4150-XXK. The unit is rated at 50 watts RMS, it is actually putting out close to 70 watts RMS per channel at 4 ohms, and a little over 120 watts RMS per channel at 2 ohms. Unit is in great shape, and works perfectly. Here are some pictures, the 4050-XXK is on the left side. I will throw in some Arc Audio key ring things, and a couple of those things that go around your neck that also have the Arc Audio logo on them. I will send this out for $315 dollars shipped within the continental U.S., nice price for a great amp.


Link to the amp on Arc's website:
http://www.arcaudio.com/arc-05/amplifiers/xxk_4050.htm

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Alpine: CDA-7949
Alpine: PXA-H600
Alpine: CHA-S624, KCA-420i, KCA-410C
Rainbow: CS 265 Profi Phase Plug / SL 165
ARC Audio: 4150-XXK / 1500v1-XXK
JL Audio: 10W6v2 (x2)
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  • 98thumpin98thumpin Posts: 649
    edited March 2006
    heya there think it power a set of db 690's and a set of db 570's allright
    John Tyler Birch

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  • 1996blackmax1996blackmax Posts: 2,436
    edited March 2006
    It will more than be allright for those :D. I have it running my front Rainbows, and my rear fill when I have my family in my car. It does a very nice job.
    Alpine: CDA-7949
    Alpine: PXA-H600
    Alpine: CHA-S624, KCA-420i, KCA-410C
    Rainbow: CS 265 Profi Phase Plug / SL 165
    ARC Audio: 4150-XXK / 1500v1-XXK
    JL Audio: 10W6v2 (x2)
    KnuKonceptz
    Second Skin
  • ToxisToxis Posts: 5,120
    edited March 2006
    only if I was building my car system now... I'd be all over this like stink on poo. Amazing amp with even better sound quality. Someone needs to jump in this!
    Never kick a fresh **** on a hot day.

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    Car Setup: OEM Radio, RF 360.2v2, Polk SR6500 quad amped off 4 Xtant 1.1 100w mono amps, Xtant 6.1 to run an eD 13av.2, all Stinger wiring and Raammat deadener.
  • audioblissaudiobliss Posts: 12,634
    edited March 2006
    Wow. That is a killer amp at an unbelievable price. It's a shame I'm not ready to buy an amp. :(

    Good luck, though you shouldn't need it.
    Jstas wrote: »
    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
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  • 1996blackmax1996blackmax Posts: 2,436
    edited March 2006
    Amplifier is sold.
    Alpine: CDA-7949
    Alpine: PXA-H600
    Alpine: CHA-S624, KCA-420i, KCA-410C
    Rainbow: CS 265 Profi Phase Plug / SL 165
    ARC Audio: 4150-XXK / 1500v1-XXK
    JL Audio: 10W6v2 (x2)
    KnuKonceptz
    Second Skin
  • kurtdanielkurtdaniel Posts: 4
    edited July 2009
    audiobliss wrote: »
    Wow. That is a killer amp at an unbelievable price. It's a shame I'm not ready to buy an amp. :(

    Good luck, though you shouldn't need it.
    absolutely right you are...:o
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