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GTR-102

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High Performance 2-Channel Full Range Car Audio Power Amplifi er

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Item# GTR-102

General Specifications

4-Ohm Power Output 100Wrms x 2, <0.1% THD+N
2-Ohm Power Output 120Wrms x 2, <0.1% THD+N

Audio Specifications

Peak Power 700W
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >75dB (ref 1W output @ 4 )
1-Ohm Power Output in the lineup will accept both high-level or low-level inputs, allowing the JBL Stadium amplifiers to be added to virtually any car audio system, including factory installed systems. The 2-, 4- and 5-channel amplifiers offer Bluetooth® audio streaming, exclusive Clari-Fi™ music restoration technology that analyzes and improves the audio quality of compressed files in real time, a multi-pairing Party Mode that lets anyone in the car stream music, and a cabin-mounted control panel. GTR amplifiers give you the power to shape your car audio experience in new ways.
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Spec Sheet (EN)

English 2 MB
  • 1 amplifier
  • 1 cabin-mounted control panel
  • 2 spare fuses
  • Owner’s manual

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1 / concerning the gtr-102 amplifier, where is the microphone for calls? is it in the remote mounted control panel ? 2/ what guage wire is recommended for this amp connected to gto-629 speakers, and would these speakers be a good pairing? thank you

Asked by: claytona500
The microphone is in the cabin-mounted control panel. Preferably, a 14 gauge wire will work with this amp to connect the GTO-629. The GTO 629 can handle 60W @ 3 ohms. GTR 102 which is rated 100W per channel at 4 ohms will work for your speakers but will provide more power. End of the day, it will come down on how loud you want your speakers to play, because more power will distribute higher volume and as long as you don't push the amp to maximum, you should be fine
Answered by: Mark at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-07-21

This amp has a power button on the remote panel as well as a remote input. Can I use the power Button of the control panel to turn on the GTR-102, and then use the remote out on the GTR-102 to turn on a GTX 500? Do I need the remote wire also?

Asked by: Steve60439
You would need to run a wire from the GTR-102's REM-out terminal to the GTX-500's REM-in terminal for it to work.
Answered by: Drin at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-08-16
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