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GTR-1001

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Mono Channel, 2600W High Performance Subwoofer Amplifier

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Item# GTR-1001

General Specifications

Peak Power 2600W

Audio Specifications

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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  • 2 spare fuses
  • Owner’s manual

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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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GTR-1001 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great amp that puts out power in small foot print I have this amp for 2 weeks and I like how much power this sub can handle. I am pushing 2 s3-1224 with it and it does amazing job. This thing doesnt even heat up. Its class d amp so it draws very little power. I wish it comes with the bass control knob. But I am planning to buy the controller.
Date published: 2018-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT AMP! I purchased this about 6 months ago. The features, sound, and reliability are amazing! I run this amp high for hours at a time and it doesn't even get hot. I've had several other amps, but this one, by far is not only a powerhouse, it is efficient, and reliable. Best amp I've purchased yet!
Date published: 2018-02-01
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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: 2018-02-24

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: 2017-12-02

I just bought this amp. The 80hz mark for the FREQ is in a different spot on mine compared to these photos. I searched online for this amp and photos show it both ways. Which one is the correct marking?

Asked by: Russ74
The 80hz location on the amp is correct at 1 o clock. Other photos you see online and in the manual of it being at the 11 o clock position was a prototype.
Answered by: Russ74
Date published: 2018-09-04

For an amp to produce 2600 watts , it would draw 216 amps. for it to continuously produce 1000 watts it would draw 83 amps. What size fuse should I use on my battery?

Asked by: Jermz
The appropriate fuse for the GTR-1001 is 60 Amps. Please note that it should be within 18&quot; of the battery.
Answered by: Drin at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-08-28

I have a single subwoofer with 4 ohm DVC and the GTR-1001 and want to get the full output of 1000 watts at 2 ohms. I just need to install the jumpers onto the sub which wires that at 2 ohms and connect the +/- on the sub to either set of +/- on the amp?

Asked by: crippy2
Yes that is correct
Answered by: Boonieg
Date published: 2018-02-24

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: 2017-12-02

I have 2 JBL S31224 subwoofers. How would I wire them to this amp in order to get 1000W at a 2 ohm load? Select the 4 ohm switch on the subs, then run each set of speaker wires back to the amp and connect both sets of speaker wire to the outside + and -?&nbsp;

Asked by: Scrappy
You will only need to connect the 2 subwoofers to their respective ports at the back of the&nbsp;amp with their switch in 4 ohms so that the Amp will provide 1000W at 2 ohms which will be divided to the 2 subs and make it 500W each. This information can be found on the Owner's Manual.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-01-02

Is there a bass knob that will connect to this?

Asked by: MSP35
There are aftermarket controls that can be connected between the head unit and the amp, to control the amount of level being sent to the amp; sadly, we do not have a specific recommendation for a model or a brand. The amp itself does have a way to control the bass boost which you can set to a&nbsp;certain level of your choosing.
Answered by: Steven M
Date published: 2018-04-17
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