PLANET AUDIO PL1500.1M 1500W, Monoblock, Class A/B, 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

Get your music thumping with the Planet Audio Pulse PL1500.1M Class A/B Monoblock Amplifier. This powerful 2-Ohm stable Amplifier features 1500 Watts Max Power with a MOSFET power supply to pump out your playlists. Customize the sound with Variable Low Pass Crossover and Switchable Bass Boost. Tweak the levels with the Remote Subwoofer Control. When space is limited but your passion for great sound is not, Pulse Amplifiers with blue illuminated end panel strips and logo, are just what the doctor ordered to power up your music and get your heartbeat racing. Put your tunes in gear with the Planet Audio PL1500.1M. For further product details, please scroll down.

Product Features

  • 1500 W MAX Power, 1 Channel
    1125 W X 1 RMS @ 2 ohm
    563 W X 1 RMS @ 4 ohm
  • Monoblock Class A/B, MOSFET Power Supply
  • High and Low Level Inputs
  • Variable Low Pass Crossover, Switchable Bass Boost
  • Remote Subwoofer Control

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2 Responses to PLANET AUDIO PL1500.1M 1500W, Monoblock, Class A/B, 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

  1. Dzmitry93 says:

    Works great so far Works great so far. Looks like a quality product, has everything I need on it. Can’t beat the price either for that kind of amplifier. Seems like Planet Audio is a great brand for cheaper but fair-good quality amplifiers. I took a look at all of their new ones and they all seem to be good and rated well. I also like the fact that they come with a warranty as well as a manual that gives ACCURATE details of the amplifier. Unlike some other cheap brands I have purchased from before, which have…

  2. J. Otter says:

    Very impressed for the money. This is a great amp so far. I have never owned any Planet Audio equipment prior to now, nor had I really heard of them per se. I bought the amp based upon the other reviews and for the features and appearance. I love the speaker wire inputs. In my case, my car stereo is way too complex to replace the factory system. My factory stereo already has a subwoofer, so I just tapped the subwoofer speaker wires and pulled a remote lead from the existing wiring for the remote. My battery is in my trunk…