Club 4505


Mono, 4 and 5-channel amplifiers with a compact footprint for ease of installation into a larger variety of vehicles.

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New high-performance JBL Club amplifiers deliver world-class JBL power from a compact chassis built to fit in more vehicles, even when space is tight. Available in 4-channel, 5-channel, and mono models, Club amps feature variable crossovers and bass boost for precise control and tuning, plus high and low-level inputs that let them integrate with most car stereos. They’re also compatible with several vehicle technologies, including many advanced driver assistance systems, and the Harman HALOsonic system, a suite of acoustic solutions that can simulate engine sounds for a better driving experience in hybrids and electric cars, cancel road noise for better-sounding music, and more.

Item# CLUB-4505

General Specifications

Signal-to-Noise Ratio(Full Range Channels) >85dB (ref 1W output @ 4Ω)
Power Output, 4Ω(Subwoofer Channel) 320W rms x 1, <1.0% THD+N
Power Output, 4Ω(Full Range Channels) 45Wrms x 4, <1.0% THD+N
Power Output, 2Ω(Full Range Channels) 65Wrms x 4, <1.0% THD+N
Max Power 1800W Peak
Power Output, 4Ω Bridged(Full Range Channels) 130Wrms x 2, <1.0% THD+N
Power Output, 2Ω(Subwoofer Channel) 500Wrms x 1, <1.0% THD+N
Signal-to-Noise Ratio(Subwoofer Channel) >80dB (ref 1W output @ 2Ω)
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  • 4 High-level input wiring harnesses
  • 2 spare fuses
  • 2 2-color brand stickers
  • 1 Quick start guide

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Unless a different warranty period is stated in the Warranty Card provided with your JBL product, JBL warrants for a period of 1 year (5 years for any non-powered speakers) from the date of retail purchase by the original end-use purchaser, that this product, when delivered to you in new condition, in original packaging, from a JBL authorized reseller and used in normal conditions, is free from any defects in manufacturing, materials and workmanship. Refer to the Warranty Card provided with your JBL product for specific details including what is not covered along with other terms and conditions.

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What a powerful subwoofer I recommend for this amp Thank you

Asked by: markonachy
The CLUB 4505 puts out 320 watts at 4 ohms nd 500 watts at 2 ohms. A 2 or 4 ohm subwoofer that can handle the output (watts) of this amp, will be a great fit.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-12-21

what are the Dimensions of the Club 4505

Asked by: JGP1975
Hi! The dimensions of the Club 4505 is 400mm x 189.4m x 59mm, length, width and height.
Answered by: Gian at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-12-02


Asked by: raicerda
Hi! Both amplifiers are the same in terms of audio specifications. The main difference between the two would be the materials that were used on the amps.
Answered by: Nick F
Date published: 2018-05-21

i have purchased this amp along side the s3 1124 subwoofer now since the sub can handle 500rms at either 2 or 4 ohms i dont understand what to switch it to as the power output of the amps says 320 rms at 4 ohms and 500rms at 2 ohms how do i wire it for 2

Asked by: Ryanry
Hi, and thank you for supporting JBL! The power handling of the woofer is independent of the impedance, so the 500 W is true no matter if you switch it to 2 Ohms or 4 Ohms. When the amplifier can handle a 2-ohm load, you may as well take advantage of the extra power it can produce into the lower impedance, and use the 2-ohm setting on the woofer. Please note that the lower impedance is a tougher load on the amplifier, so if you push your system to the limit, you may have the amplifier overheat or disconnect due to activating the protection curcuits because it is being driven too hard. If this happens, I would suggest to switch the woofer to the easier load of 4 Ohms. There is a switch on the woofer that you use to select 2 or 4 Ohms.
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2018-06-04

Can this amp handle a 100A fuse?

Asked by: MarauderMan23
You can use a 100 amp fuse without issue. It may blow a little bit faster than it should, but that's only if you pushes the system to the hilt. For the most part it should not be an issue, but you can NEVER go over 105. That would be a huge problem, and dangerous.
Answered by: Mark at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-05-09

Will rhis amp push to 20 jlb 1000 subs

Asked by: Lbcfresh
No, this isn't a sub amp. Although it has five channels, but four of them can't be set up as sub channels. But even if they could, we would not recommend it as it would be too taxing on the amp.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-12-02

i Just bought the 5-channel 4505 and 4 club 6520 coaxial and 2 jbl club ws1200, can I run 2 jbl ws1200 on that 5th channel efficiently?

Asked by: Dmoeny55
Yes. Since the Club 4505 amp's sub channel can handle 500W at 2 ohms, what you can do is you can set the (2) WS1200 subs at 4 ohms for 500W and wire them in parallel to get 2 ohms. In that way, the amp can give out 250W to each sub which is perfect.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-01-06

I set this amp with 4 GX602s speakers and S2-1224SS subwoofer. What do you recommend for ohm setting of the sub? the amp can handle both 2ohms and 4 ohms setting, what ohm will I switch the subwoofer? Is there any difference in sound quality?

Asked by: Jan D
The S2 124-ss can only handle 275W RMS on either 2 ohms or 4 ohms, The Club 4505 has a subwoofer channel of 320W for 4 ohms and 500W for 2 ohms. The Subwoofer cannot handle the 2 ohm as it's too high but it can handle the 4 ohms rating even if it's above 275W but please be sure not to crank up the volume too much as it may damage the speaker in the long run.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-03-22
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