Mono Monster. GO LOW. 4 out of 5 stars (5) 5 product ratings - Kicker 2400 Watts RMS Mono Subwoofer Amplifier *44KXA24001. Pros: -You get a full 2400 watts rms if not more @ both 1 & 2 ohms.-Settings offer wide flexibility.-Does not get hot, unless its sunbaked but even if that's the case it will still play.-Pretty compact amp.-Pushes VERY hard.-The amp so nice I bought it twice. Cons- I really have nothing negative to say about it. 1 ohm: 1200 watts x 1 chan. KICKER 43cxa6005 Car Audio 5 Channel Amp Class D Speaker/sub Amplifier Cxa600.5. Cons- I really have nothing negative to say about it. Kicker 2400 Watts RMS Mono Subwoofer Amplifier *44KXA24001. 2 ohms: 800 watts x 1 chan. With 2,400 watts of RMS power handling, this computer-designed basshead subwoofer system makes rattling your ride easier than ever! The KX 2400-watt mono amplifier is the biggest, baddest amp on the block. This KX amplifier delivers as much as 2400 watts into one channel. ... Go to KICKER U for a free woofer & amplifier configuration app! One ohm stability* and Class D construction means KICKER® amps fit nearly anywhere, with up to 2,500 watts of bone-shaking power. GM Digital Series Class D Monoblock Amplifier w/ Wired Bass Boost Remote RMS Power Rating: 4 ohms: 500 watts x 1 chan. Max power output: 2400 watts x 1 chan. BRACED FOR IMPACT I have 2 kxa2400’s in my trunks. This mono CX-Series Amp is now one-ohm stable, giving you even more wiring options for your system! This reliable and compact KX Series rocker remains cool even when pushed hard, thanks to its high-mass heatsink, high-tech internal components, and the efficient Class-D amp … 4.7 out of 5 stars (3) Total Ratings 3, $14.99 New. *Mono models and subwoofer output of KXA800.5. See below for more details. Out of stock. I have 2 kxa2400’s in my trunks. Four KICKER L7R 12-inch subs come pre-loaded in this enclosure. You want high efficiency, monster wattage and small amp size. And Kicker's KXA2400.1 mono subwoofer amplifier will definitely give you great bass, powering your subs with up to 2,400 watts RMS. The port is flared perfectly and tuned to 31Hz for some serious bump – without the expense of a custom enclosure. Pros: -You get a full 2400 watts rms if not more @ both 1 & 2 ohms.-Settings offer wide flexibility.-Does not get hot, unless its sunbaked but even if that's the case it will still play.-Pretty compact amp.-Pushes VERY hard.-The amp so nice I bought it twice.