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200W x 1 @ 3Ω

Amplifiers with a Power Output Rating of 200-Watts x 1-Channel, 3-Ohm Final Impedance

Amplifiers with a Power Output Rating of 200-Watts x 1-Channel, 3-Ohm Final Impedance

RMS power: This rating of any amplifier is the continuous power rating that an amp is designed to output at a maximum continued volume rating. The RMS power specification is one of two numbers to go by when pairing your speakers with an amplifier, not the only 2 but a good starting point. As an example, a speaker driver with a 200-Watt, or 200W for short, RMS rating should be paired with a two-hundred-watt RMS amplifier. We usually recommend an amp to be over powered by 10% RMS so that the power-plant does not have to work at 100% capacity to get 100-percent efficiency from your speakers. This will keep your amplifier from overheating during long periods of continuous operation.

Ohms: Is the resistance rating of an amp and is the second most important when pairing drivers with amplifiers. A power-plant that is 200W @ 3-ohm might also put out 200-Watts @ 4Ω, or not. When purchasing an amplifier, the correct pairing of a speaker’s RMS wattage and Ohm ratings with an amp’s output power rating is absolutely essential.

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  • JL Audio JD250/1 : 250W or 150W Mono Amplifier @ 2Ω or 4Ω JL Audio JD250/1 : 250W or 150W Mono Amplifier @ 2Ω or 4Ω, top side.

    JL Audio JD250/1 : 250W or 150W Mono Amplifier @ 2Ω or 4Ω

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    JD-Series Monoblock Amplifier, 250-Watt @ 2-Ohm or 150-Watt @ 4-Ohm Designed to produce a healthy 250 watts into 2 ohms (14.4V, 1% THD), the JD250/1 amplifier is a great solution for powering subwoofers in a cost-conscious system. JL Audio's proprietary NexD™ switching technology delivers large amounts of real-world power output with excellent efficiency and ultra-low distortion. The JD250/1’s controls are located on the input panel. while the power and speaker connections can be found along the opposite end of its extruded aluminum chassis. Signal processing features include a 12 dB / octave low-pass filter, with continuously variable frequency selection from 50-500 Hz, and a variable bass boost EQ. Dual-range, differential-balanced inputs are also on-hand, capable of accepting line-level and speaker-level signals. Automatic turn-on capability (via signal sensing or DC-offset sensing) is standard, along with a set of preamp outputs so you can easily pass signals to another amplifier.  The JD250/1 is also equipped with an onboard LED-clipping indicator ring, surrounding the input sensitivity control. This useful feature lets you easily set your amplifier’s input sensitivity, quickly and accurately, without special equipment. With the addition of an RBC-1 remote level control (sold separately), you can control the subwoofer level from the driver’s seat. General Specifications @ 4 Ω 150 W RMS x 1 @ 3 Ω 200 W RMS x 1 @ 2 Ω 250 W RMS x 1 Frequency Response 7 Hz - 500 Hz (+0, -1dB) S/N Ratio, referred to highest rated power >80 dB below rated power (A-weighted, 20 Hz - 20 kHz noise bandwidth) S/N Ratio, referred to 1 W >60 dB (A-weighted, 20 Hz - 20 kHz noise bandwidth) Damping Factor @ 4 Ω >1000 / 50 Hz Damping Factor @ 2 Ω >500 / 50 Hz THD+N @ Rated Power <1% @ 2 Ω per Ch. Input Voltage Range @ RCA Inputs Switchable from 200 mV - 2 V RMS (Low) to 800 mV - 8 V RMS (High) Min.Copper Power / Ground Wire Gauge 8 AWG wire Fuse Rating 30 A (AFS, AGU or MaxiFuse™) Filter Mode(s) Low-Pass only Filter Slope(s) 12 dB/octave Filter Frequency Range 50 Hz - 500 Hz Detented, Calibrated Filter Freq. Potentiometer No Filter Defeat Function No Infrasonic Filter No Bass Boost EQ Yes Output Polarity Switch No Remote Subwoofer Level Control Optional (RBC-1) Remote Bass EQ Boost Control No Pass-Through Preamp Output Buffered JL Audio JD250/1 Manual

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