Manual & Specs for an Alpine MRV-F400s Car Amp

by Jake Damon
RMS is a measurement of speaker power.

RMS is a measurement of speaker power.

One of the best-selling car audio brands over the past few decades has been Alpine. Alpine produces a wide array of car audio equipment, including amplifiers. One popular amplifier model by Alpine is the MRV-F400.

Power

The MRV F-400 RMS power at 12 volts, 20-20k hz produces 40 watts per channel into 4 ohms, 20 watts per channel into 2 ohms. The bridged dual channel into 4 ohms is 100 watts.

Features

This amplifier has numerous features including 4/3/2 Channel Operation, multimode function, no current limiting, STAR circuitry, input mode selector, gain control, hidden output circuitry, gold-plated connectors and screw-down terminals, PWM (pulse width modulated) power supply and LED status indicator.

Dimensions

The dimensions of the MRV F-400 are 12 inches wide, 2 1/2 inches high and little over 9 inches deep. The overall weight is between 9 and 11 pounds, depending on the mounted hardware.

Manual

The MRV F400 manual can be downloaded at Manuals and Guides (see Resources). Also, the MRV F401 uses the same schematics and this manual can be downloaded at Reviews and Opinions (see Resources).

About the Author

Jake Damon has his Ph.D. in English from Texas Tech University. Damon has been a writer and editor since 1998. He edits two professional journals, has published books including "Catullan Consciousness" and "Re-Reading Thomas Traherne," and written articles for various academic and trade presses, including Oxford University Press, Associated University Presses and the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Arizona State University.

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