3-Channel Class D System Amplifier, 75 W x 2 @ 4 + 300 W x 1 @ 2 - 14.4V
This compact amplifier is ideal for a simple audiophile-grade, subwoofer / satellite system. With the XD500/3v2, you can drive a pair of quality component speaker systems with plenty of clean power, while also delivering a stout 300 W to your subwoofer system. The breakthrough that makes this much power possible in such a small chassis is our NexD™ switching design.
The XD500/3v2 includes a 12 dB / octave high-pass filter for its main channels, plus a variable slope low-pass filter for its subwoofer channel. Both filters offer continuously variable cutoff frequency selection from 50-500 Hz.
The XD500/3v2 also features the v2 Spec feature set, which consists of automatic turn-on capability (via signal sensing or DC-offset sensing), and a dual-range differential-balanced input section able to handle a wide range of input voltage levels. With the addition of an HD-RLC remote level control (sold separately), the amplifier's level can be directly controlled from the driver's seat.
This amplifier features a black powder-coat finish and a gasketed, brushed aluminum cover for the controls.Technology NexD™ Switching Technology
NexD™ amplifier technologies produce exceptional audio quality, unsurpassed total efficiency and high power from very compact amplifier designs. Advanced Rollback Protection
JL Audio's exclusive Advanced Rollback Protection circuit monitors the amplifier's thermal condition and adjusts amplifier operation to eliminate annoying amplifier shut-down events. v2 Spec
An enhanced set of features added to XD and M-Series amplifiers that bear the "v2" designation make these models more versatile than ever. Differential-Balanced Inputs
JL Audio's Differential-Balanced Inputs are engineered to combat induced cable noise, which is a common problem in car and marine audio installations. This technology allows for the use of conventional RCA cables, while delivering many of the benefits of a true balanced connection and accepting a wide range of input signal levels.