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Sound Storm 5000W Class D Mono-Block One Ohm Stable Amplifier High/Low Crossover Remote Subwoofer Level Control

Part#: EV5000D


  Sound Storm 5000W Class D Mono-Block one Ohm Stable Amplifier High/Low Crossover Remote Subwoofer Level Control
 


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Description:
· One Ohm Stable Mono-Block
· Strapping capability: Strap two amps together for twice the power (2 Ohm stable)
· Variable low pass filter: 50 -150Hz
· Variable subsonic filter: 15 - 40Hz
· Variable 0 to +18dB Bass Boost
· Phase shift selector: 0 or 180
· Variable input gain control
· Input sensitivity selector
· Power and protection LED indicators
· Thermal, overload and speaker short protection
· RCA Line Level inputs
· RCA Line Outputs for system building
· Chrome plated RCA connectors and screw terminals
· Remote subwoofer level control
· Frequency response: 20Hz - 250Hz (+/- 3dB)
· Max power 1 ohm 5000W X 1
· Max power 2 ohm 3500W X 1
· RMS power 2 ohm 2500W X 1
· MAX power 4 ohm 2200W X 1
· RMS power 4 ohm 1800W X 1
· Signal-to-noise ratio 105db
· THD at RMS output 0.01%
· Damping factor 125+
· Dimensions (19-1/2" L x 10" W x 2-1/4" H) 
ABOUT SOUND STORM
Sound Storm Laboratories was founded in 1997 by a group of passionate enthusiasts who wanted to make affordable yet innovative car audio products that would change the industry. With in-house engineers who are always looking to push the limits of technology the Southern California based company has become a recognized name in the car audio industry. Their lineup includes a large array of automotive entertainment products including DVD players, CD players, amplifiers, speakers and much more. With a more bang for the buck philosophy they have created a niche as a company that offers advanced products at reasonable prices.
FAQs
Q: How Many Channels Should My Amp Have?
A: Choosing the right amplifier is an important part of building your car audio system. Choosing the right number of channels for your amplifier is determined by the number of speakers (tweeters, mid-range and sub-woofers) you are planning to run. In most cases you want to run one speaker per channel. Although it is possible to run multiple speakers off of the same channel it is not usually recommended since it wouldn't optimize sound quality. In general, sub-woofers require more power than smaller speakers so in many cases they will require their own dedicated amplifier.

Here is an example of possible set-ups: If you have a vehicle with four mid-range speakers and a sub-woofer you know will need one channel per speaker for all five speakers. You can either run a five channel amplifier with a dedicated sub-woofer channel in it, or you can use a four channel amplifier for the mid-range speakers and a separate mono or two channel amp for the sub-woofer. The latter option will provide the cleanest sound and allow your subwoofer to get all the power it can use, but either option will work.

Q: What is the difference between a mono amplifier, a two-way amplifier, and a four-way amplifier? Which one should I buy?
A: When choosing an amplifier it is important to know what your goals are for your sound system. If you want to power a single subwoofer a mono amplifier is a good choice. A mono amplifier is a single channel amp that is ideal for low frequency situations because our ears cannot hear the difference between stereo and mono when the frequency is that low. Two-way amplifiers have two channels and are also often used to power sub-woofers however they can also be used with smaller full range speakers, but they cannot be used with both subs and mid-range speakers at the same time. A Four-way amplifier is the most versatile unit of the bunch. It features four output channels and is best suited for use in multi-speaker setups when you want to power four or more mid-range speakers or a combination of full-range speakers and subwoofers.

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