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JL Audio® 500 W 4 Ch. Class D Full-Range Amplifier-MX500/4

Model #: MX500/4
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JL Audio
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Engineered specifically for powersports applications, the 4-channel MX500/4 amplifier employs our high-speed NexD™ switching design to deliver plenty of clean power, without straining charging systems.

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4-Channel Class D Full-Range Amplifier, 125 W x 4 @ 2 O / 70 W x 4 @ 4 O - 14.4V

Engineered specifically for powersports applications, the 4-channel MX500/4 amplifier employs our high-speed NexD™ switching design to deliver plenty of clean power, without straining charging systems. Its tiny, cast aluminum chassis is highly resistant to corrosion, with an IPX7 water-resistance rating, making it perfect for motorcycles, ATV’s or other utility vehicles.

Generating a solid 70W x 4 into 4 ohms (14.4V, 1% THD), the MX500/4 is fully bridgeable, so it can be used as a 3-channel amplifier, or as a 2-channel amplifier producing a potent 250W x 2 into 4 ohms.

Other features include independent front and rear crossovers with selectable full-range, high-pass or low-pass filter controls and a dual-range input section that accepts a wide range of input voltage levels, from line-level all the way to high-power speaker level signals.

This amplifier features a rugged powder-coated finish, a gasketed cover for the controls and stainless steel hardware for durability.

  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz (+0, -1dB)
  • Min.Copper Power / Ground Wire Gauge: 4 AWG wire
  • Fuse Rating: 50 A (AFS, AGU or MaxiFuse™)
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Specifications

Misc. Specs

ColorBlack
Depth (in.)4.5
Width (in.)9.33
Height (in.)1.77
Amplifier ClassClass D
Amplifier Output (Watts)500
Bluetooth CapableNo
Amplifier Channels4
Rms Power Handling250
Manufacturer Warranty2 Year
Impedance2 - 4 Ohms
Water ResistantNo
Speaker Level InputNo
Shallow MountNo
Digital InputNo
Number Of Outputs1
Minimum Impedance Unbridged2 Ohm
Number Of Inputs1
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