AD600.5 600 Watt 5 Channel Waterproof Amplifier
If you’re looking for the best waterproof amp to offer maximum sound power even in harsh environments, this multi-environment and marine amplifier was made for you. With a massive 600 Watt total power and digital technology to produce less heat and lower battery strain, your audio can be streamlined for efficiency while still being loud enough to produce high-quality audio in any environment. Shockwave technology reduces unwanted noise for a crisp, clear sound and waterproof protection ensures this amplifier can withstand even harsh environmental conditions so the party never has to stop.
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600 Watt Amplifier
Digital (Class D) Technology
Built For Any Environment
Various of Applications
2 Year Warranty
Amplifier Mounting Brackets for Harley
Frequently Asked Questions
The amplifier includes a Bass Boost circuit that acts much like an equalizer with a variable gain fixed at 50Hz. Use this control to tune low-frequency (bass) responses. The added boost produces rich, full bass tones that are typically difficult to reproduce.
- Set the Bass Boost control to off.
- Listen to a variety of music styles and increase the bass boost control until you notice an increase in low bass response.
If you don’t want to boost the bass frequencies, set this control to a minimum.
This product includes the following:
Four (4) Stainless Steel Self Tapping Mounting Screws
The gain control allows the nominal operating level of the amplifier to be set from 200mV to 4V
for RCA inputs or 600mV to 10V for speaker level inputs.
After installation, follow these steps and then follow section 6.4 ‘Final System Checks.’
1. Turn the gain control all the way counterclockwise.
2. Turn the ignition switch on.
3. Turn the source unit on.
4. Turn loudness off and set all tone or equalization controls to flat positions.
5. Play music content from the source unit and set the volume to 75% of the full level.
6. Slowly increase the gain control. Stop when you hear a slight distortion in the signal and decrease the gain slightly below this threshold.