• 250 Watts x 1, at 4 ohms <= 1% THD+N
• 360 Watts x 1, at 2 ohms <= 1% THD+N, at 100Hz
• 80 dBA Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Reference: 1 Watt Output)
Looking for an amplifier to drive your subwoofers? You need to get your hands on the new GM-7100M Mono Amp. It powers out 360 watts when driven at 2 ohms - drive it hard, and you can even get up to 800 watts maximum. Plus, it delivers some important features for fine-tuning your system, namely selectable 50Hz bass boost and a built-in crossover. It also comes with oversized power terminals, speaker level inputs, and a wide input level of 200mV to 6.5V.
2-Ohm Mono Stable
The GM-7100M is built to efficiently handle low-impedance loads, down to 2 ohms. That's perfect for a pair of 4-Ohm Woofers like the new Pioneer TS-W306C's, or running a Dual Voice Sub like the TS-W306DVC. And it doesn’t just “handle” them: it continually monitors and adjusts the power supply voltage rails, for continuous, clean output. Among other things, this means that you can connect it to two subwoofers.
Variable Crossover (40 ~ 240Hz)
For added flexibility, the variable crossover lets you set the levels at which higher-frequency signals will be filtered out, so that the remaining lower-frequency signals get sent to your sub(s). Where they belong. This optimizes your system’s efficiency and delivers the best possible sound quality. This step-up feature is a really useful tool for fine-tuning your system.
Selectable Bass Boost
Bass boost gives you more control over how your music sounds. It's set at 50Hz, ideal for tuning in some more thump from your subwoofers. And because this is selectable bass boost, you can set the level at 0dB, 6dB, or 12dB, whichever sounds best to you.