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GTR-1001

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High Performance Mono Car Audio Subwoofer Amplifier

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General Specifications

Peak Power 2600W

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Signal-to-Noise Ratio >80dB (ref 1W output @ 2 )
4-Ohm Power Output 700Wrms x 1, <0.1% THD+N
2-Ohm Power Output 1000Wrms x 1, <0.1% THD+N
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The gtr-1001 has 2 sets of speaker outputs. I have a single 2ohm load I want to put 1000w rms into, will this amp work? If so which terminals do I connect the one positive and one negative? Thankyou

Asked by: Pengovx
GTR-1001 has a power Output 1000 Watts RMS at 2 Ohms and&nbsp;a single channel amplifier with two speaker terminals, wired in parallel, internally. Connecting to one set of terminals will get the exact results you desire.. &nbsp;So it will definitely work with the subwoofer that you are planning to install. &nbsp;You just need to plug in the subwoofer to one set of speaker outputs. &nbsp;
Answered by: Drin at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-08-17

Hey Randy! Just ordered the gtr-1001 and 2 s3-1224's. I only have 1 gauge wiring and the amps recommended for 4! I need to know if 1 gauge will fit before I start running my wire. Thanks Randy!

Asked by: Brenden McKee
You can step down your 1 Gauge power wire to 4 Gauge using an adapter or running the 1 awg to a fused distribution block that outputs with multiple 4 awgs.
Answered by: JBL Jeremy
Date published: 2017-09-26

Is the GTR-1001 a class D subwoofer amp,or is it a D series subwoofer whatever it is the draws less from the battery &amp; doesn't overheat? &nbsp;How many watts is the amp?

Asked by: btbtbt
The GTr-1001 is a class D Amplifier. Every GTR amplifier, including the full-range models, is a Class D. These high-efficiency, low-heat amps generate a lot of power without drawing much current, and feature small footprints. This amplifier puts out 700 watts of RMS power at 4 ohms, and 1000 watts of RMS power at 2 ohms.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-11-18

hey i have the&nbsp;JBL GTO-1001EZ i was jw if this new jbl amp has the easy gain set up like the 1 i have now that lets me know when the gain is set right lights up green and lights up red if the gains not set up right if not &nbsp;all keep the jbl amp i have &nbsp;i l

Asked by: TechPcGamer
Thank you for your question the JBL GTR 1001 does not have the easy gain setup.
Answered by: Randy at JBL
Date published: 2016-02-25

Will this power enough for &nbsp;one 12w gti subwoofer. I wanna buy 2 of these for 2 12wgti canceling the back seat&nbsp;

Asked by: Ebooo
If you&rsquo;re referring to a W12 GTI-MK, then the answer is yes. The GTR-1001 can drive up to 700W at 4-ohms and 1000W at 2-ohms and the W12 can handle 700W of power safely at 3 or 12-ohms.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-12-06

can it give enough power for 4nos bass tubes ( jbl gtx1300t ) when connected together

Asked by: jayasankar jj
You cannot connect 4 GTX1300T subs in a standard parallel wiring configuration. This would cause a 1 ohm load, and the amp would not be able to handle it. You would have to do a customer series/parallel wiring configuration so that the amp would see a 4 ohm load. The only problem with that is that at 4 ohms, with four speakers connhttps://display-c4.prod.us-east-1.nexus.bazaarvoice.com/answers/7457/static/buttonPreview.gifected, each speaker would get only 175 watts.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-07-29

The specs state the amp has 2 output channels that are internally parrelled. Im looking for clarification on this setup. Does that mean that it is one channel that has 2 +and 2- connections that I can treat as 1 channel with 2ohm or &gt;?

Asked by: Pengovx
You are correct, this is a single channel subwoofer amplifier with two speaker terminals, wired internally in parallel.
Answered by: Drin at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-08-01

Is this amp bridgeable? If so, how much would a W12GTI MK2 pull at 3 ohms and 12 ohms?

Asked by: SeitzAaron
This amp is not bridgeable, but the GTR-1001 can drive up to 700W at 4-ohms and 1000W at 2-ohms and the W12 can handle 700W of power safely at 3 or 12-ohms.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2017-10-21
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