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Big Power, Small Size
Pioneer’s extra-efficient Class-D amplifiers mark a dramatic improvement in power output capability, yet are 50% smaller than the current GM-Series Class-AB amplifiers. That makes them more versatile in terms of installation as well as performance.
Improved Circuit Design
To prevent circuit shutdown, Pioneer's digital amplifier circuit "Protection Control System" senses its internal temperature and automatically moderates input level accordingly. The stable and durable circuitry lessens the ristk of high input power to the unit so that it can achieve a 1 Ω connection. This design provides the flexibility to connect multiple subwoofers to a system.
Variable Low-Pass Filter
For extra flexibility, a variable LPF makes audio frequency more adjustable according to subwoofer characteristics and personal listening preferences. The GM-D9701 LPF is adjustable from 40 Hz to 240 Hz.
Turn Up the Bass
Every new Pioneer Class-D amplifier has a wired bass boost remote control for optimal bass level adjustment according to listening preferences and music characteristics.
- Continous Power (RMS) Output at 1 Ohm 1200W RMS x 1
- Continous Power (RMS) Output at 2 Ohm 800W RMS x 1
- Continous Power (RMS) Output at 4 Ohm 500W RMS x 1
- Continous power (RMS) output - Bridged at 4 Ohms 10 Hz to 240 Hz
- Frequency Response 10 Hz to 240 Hz
- Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) < 0.5% (100 Hz)
- Signal-to-Noise (SN) Ratio > 100 dB
- Low-Pass Crossover Frequency 40 Hz
- Low Pass Slope (dB/octave) -12dB
- High-Pass Crossover Frequency 240 Hz
- Bass Boost Frequency 50 Hz
- Bass Boost Level 0 dB to 18 dB
- Hi-Volt Input Level Control 200 mV to 6.5 V
- Terminal Type Block
- Load Impedance Allowance (Ohms) 1 to 8
- Dimensions 12-3/8" x 2-3/8" x 7-7/8
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