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Planet Audio - ANARCHY 2600W Class AB 2-Channel MOSFET Amplifier with Variable Crossover - Black

Immerse yourself in full-spectrum sound with this adaptable Planet Audio ANARCHY amp. High-level and low-level inputs and a robust MOSFET power supply make this 2600W unit ideal for use in powerful in-vehicle audio systems. Use the remote subwoofer control to adjust your Planet Audio ANARCHY amp’s output and improve low-frequency response.
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What's Included

  • Boss Audio ANARCHY 2600W Class AB 2-Channel MOSFET Amplifier with Variable Crossover
  • Four mounting screws
  • High input cable with connector
  • Owner's manual
  • Remote subwoofer control


2600W max power

Handles up to 488W RMS (continuous) x 2 at 4 ohms or 975 W RMS x 2 at 2 ohms. Features two channels driven for robust audio.

Variable low-pass and high-pass crossover

Lets you easily adjust the audio frequency from 45 Hz to 500 Hz for flexible sonic customization.

2 to 8-ohm impedance

Conducts power evenly to keep the speaker at an appropriate level.

102dB signal-to-noise ratio

Offers crisp audio.

Two-channel output

Allows easy system expansion.

Class AB circuitry

Ensures reliable power handling.

High and low level inputs

An amplifier with both high-level and low-level inputs provides flexibility by allowing you to build an audio system using virtually any standard factory or aftermarket source unit.

Subwoofer level control

To boost or attenuate the sub level, when amplifier and subwoofer are connected to the subwoofer pre-amp output.

Switchable input sensitivity

Gives you the freedom to connect the amplifier to any standard source unit. It will be within range to properly match the output of the source unit.

Variable bass boost

Allows you to adjust the low bass within the boost range to just the way you like it.

Variable gain control

Lets you balance the amps output with the speakers or subs the amplifier is driving. Too much gain will lead to distortion and too little will lead to clipping.