M1000 / 5v2

M1000 / 5v2

5 Ch. Class D Marine System Amplifier, 1000 W

5-Channel Class D Marine System Amplifier, 100 W x 4 @ 2 Ω + 600 W x 1 @ 2 Ω – 14.4V

 

 

Here is the perfect, all-in-one solution to drive a potent 4-speaker + dual subwoofer marine audio system. The M1000/5v2 delivers up to 1000 W of clean power and can comfortably drive two pairs of quality component speaker systems with 75 W x 4 @ 4 Ω, while also delivering a stout 600 W of power to a dual subwoofer system. The breakthrough that makes this much power possible in such a small chassis is our NexD™ switching amplifier design.

The M1000/5v2 includes a 12 dB / octave high-pass filter for one main channel pair, a 12 dB octave high-pass or bandpass filter for the other main channel pair, plus a variable slope low-pass filter for its subwoofer channel. All three filters offer continuously variable cutoff frequency selection from 50-500 Hz. This amplifier’s filters can also be configured as a true 3-way crossover, with a low-pass filter for the subwoofer channel, a bandpass filter on Ch. 3 & 4, and a high-pass filter on Ch. 1 & 2. An “x10” multiplier switch on the Ch. 1 & 2 high-pass filter allows its cutoff frequency to be adjusted from 50-500 Hz or 500-5000 Hz.

With the addition of an HD-RLC remote level control (sold separately), the amplifier’s subwoofer output level or master volume for all channels can be directly controlled from the helm. The M1000/5v2 also features the v2 Spec feature set, which consists of automatic turn-on capability (via signal sensing or DC-offset sensing), and a dual-range differential-balanced input section able to handle a wide range of input voltage levels.

This amplifier features white and gray powder-coat finish, a gasketed cover for the controls and stainless steel hardware for durability in the marine environment.

Rated Continuous (RMS) Power @ 14.4 V
Main Channels @ 4 Ω 75 W RMS x 4
Main Channels @ 2 Ω 100 W RMS x 4
Main Channels – Bridged @ 4Ω 200 W RMS x 2
Subwoofer Channel @ 4 Ω 400 W RMS x 1
Subwoofer Channel @ 3 Ω 500 W RMS x 1
Subwoofer Channel @ 2 Ω 600 W RMS x 1
Subwoofer Channel @ 1.5 Ω N/A
Rated Continuous (RMS) Power @ 12.5 V
Main Channels @ 4 Ω 60 W RMS x 4
Main Channels @ 2 Ω 90 W RMS x 4
Main Channels – Bridged @ 4Ω 180 W RMS x 2
Subwoofer Channel @ 4 Ω 360 W RMS x 1
Subwoofer Channel @ 3 Ω 480 W RMS x 1
Subwoofer Channel @ 2 Ω 600 W RMS x 1
Subwoofer Channel @ 1.5 Ω N/A
General Specifications
Frequency Response (Main Channels) 12 Hz – 22 kHz (+0, -1dB)
Frequency Response (Subwoofer Channel) 10 Hz – 1 kHz (+0, -1dB)
S/N Ratio, referred to highest rated power (Main Channels) >104 dB below rated power (A-weighted, 20 Hz – 20 kHz noise bandwidth)
S/N Ratio, referred to 1 W >84 dB (A-weighted, 20 Hz – 20 kHz noise bandwidth)
Damping Factor @ 4 Ω >150 / 50 Hz
Damping Factor @ 2 Ω >75 / 50 Hz
THD+N @ Rated Power (Main Channels) <1% @ 2 Ω per Ch.
THD+N @ Rated Power (Subwoofer Channels) <1% @ 2 Ω per Ch.
Input Voltage Range @ RCA Inputs Switchable from 200 mV – 2 V RMS (Low) to 800 mV – 8 V RMS (High)
Min.Copper Power / Ground Wire Gauge 4 AWG wire
Fuse Rating 80 A (AFS, AGU or MaxiFuse™)
Signal Processing
Filter Mode(s): Channels 1 & 2 (front) High-Pass only
Filter Slope(s): Channels 1 & 2 (front) 12 dB/octave
Filter Frequency Range: Channels 1 & 2 (front) 50 Hz – 5 kHz
Filter Mode(s): Channels 3 & 4 (rear) High-Pass or Bandpass
Filter Slope(s): Channels 3 & 4 (rear) 12 dB/octave
Filter Frequency Range: Channels 3 & 4 50 Hz – 500 Hz
Filter Mode(s): Subwoofer Channel Low-Pass only
Filter Slope(s): Subwoofer Channel 12/24 dB/octave
Filter Frequency Range: Subwoofer Channel 50 Hz – 500 Hz
Detented, Calibrated Filter Freq. Potentiometers Yes
Filter Defeat Function Yes
Infrasonic Filter: Subwoofer Channel none
Remote Level Control Optional (HD-RLC)
Remote Level Modes Sub Ch. or All Channels
Channel Input Mode Switch Yes (2/4/6 ch.)
Pass-Through Preamp Output None
Source Channel Selection for PreOuts N/A

Height (H) 2.05 in / 52 mm
Width (W) 14.73 in / 374 mm
Depth (D) 7.09 in / 180 mm

NexD™ Switching Technology

Summary:
NexD™ amplifier technologies produce exceptional audio quality, unsurpassed total efficiency and high power from very compact amplifier designs.

Detailed Information:
Beginning with the original ‘Slash’ subwoofer amplifiers, JL Audio has been at the forefront of Class D amplifier design. Our NexD™ switching technology stems from our Class D expertise to deliver outstanding fidelity and efficiency, leading to compact amplifiers that deliver high power and exceptional value.

Let’s get a little nerdy… A traditional PWM switching amp design uses a fixed switching frequency and varies the pulse width based solely on the audio input signal to the pulse modulator. This basic approach assumes some ideal conditions, like a rock-steady power supply, that do not necessarily occur in a real, in-car installation. Power supply sag with signal causes distortion at all power levels with these designs, even well below clipping. The cure for this is feedback (a corrective signal sent back to the input side), but this becomes impractical as the audio frequency increases, making it a good solution for band-limited (subwoofer) amps, but not for full-range amplifiers.

Taking the above into account when designing the NexD™ subwoofer amplifiers, we have taken the simple fixed PWM approach and enhanced it with a very high switching frequency: 240 kHz, which is about 4x higher than most Class D subwoofer amplifiers. This pushes the amplifier’s bandwidth to at least 500 Hz with minimal distortion and improves efficiency, while keeping typically bulky circuity more compact. Your subwoofers will reward you with tight, rock-solid bass performance.

For the full-range NexD™ amplifiers and channels we applied a variable, ultra-high speed version of the NexD™ technology (switching at well over 400 kHz). In these designs, a self-oscillating modulator with “feed-forward” sends information about the instantaneous power supply voltage to the modulator, combining this with the input signal to cancel out any distortion due to supply voltage fluctuation. This reduces distortion prior to applying feedback, simplifying the overall feedback loop design.

The bottom line is simply great audio: clean, powerful and reliable.

 

Advanced Rollback Protection

Summary:
JL Audio’s exclusive Advanced Rollback Protection circuit monitors the amplifier’s thermal condition and adjusts amplifier operation to eliminate annoying amplifier shut-down events.

Detailed Information:
Should a JL Audio amplifier equipped with Advanced Rollback Protection reach an unsafe operating temperature, a special circuit rolls back peak power output, without changing gain, until the amplifier cools down to a safe operating temperature. The condition is generally indicated by a red “Thermal” or “Status” LED state. On VXI amplifiers, the LED ring will flash red. Once the amplifier cools down, the circuit restores full peak power output and the indicator reverts to its normal state. The operation of Advanced Rollback Protection is inaudible in most cases, but it ensures that your music keeps on playing, even under the most demanding conditions.

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