JP3 CPT Ω - 555W RMS 4-2-1 OHM AMPLIFIER
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking audio quality of the JP-3 CPT Ω 555W RMS Amplifier. Its impressive frequency response of 10 Hz - 254 Hz ensures crystal-clear sound across a wide range of music genres. The amplifier's low total harmonic distortion (<0.1% at 4ohms) guarantees a smooth listening experience, free of unwanted noise or distortion.
Effortless Customization: Fine-Tune Your Audio
Take control of your audio experience with the JP-3 CPT Ω Amplifier's extensive range of adjustable settings. The low pass filter (35 Hz - 250 Hz), subsonic filter (10 Hz - 50 Hz), and bass boost (0-9 dB) let you shape your sound to your exact preferences. And with an input sensitivity of 6V - 0.2V, you'll be able to connect a variety of audio sources with ease.
Compact Powerhouse: Big Sound, Small Size
Don't let the compact dimensions of the JP-3 CPT Ω Amplifier (6.29 inches in length and 7.40 x 2.24 inches in width and height) deceive you. This small yet powerful device packs a punch with its 555W RMS output at 1, 2, and 4 ohms. Its space-saving design makes it a perfect addition to any audio setup, giving you the power you crave
- RMS power, 1ohm : 555W @ 14.4V
- RMS power, 2ohms : 555W @ 14.4V
- RMS power, 4ohms: 555W @ 14.4V
- RMS power, 2ohm Linked: 1110W
- Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 254Hz
- Low Pass Filter: 35Hz - 250 Hz
- Subsonic Filter: 10Hz - 50 Hz
- Bass Boost: 0-9 dB
- Input sensitivity: 6V - 0.2V
- signal to Noise Ratio: 93dB
- T.H.D @ 4ohm: less than 0.1%
- Single unit fuse rating: 70A
- Strapped fuse rating: 140A
- Length (inches) 6.29
- Width x height (inches) 7.40 x 2.24
Plenty of Power - X-Over Bypass is needed
I get that it's a dedicated Subwoofer amp. But, the lack of a bypass switch for the built-in x-over bums me out. I was hoping it wasn't going to bother me, but it does. I replaced a 300W Class A/B amp with this and there is definitely more power on tap with the JP3 CPT, so that's good. But it's going to take longer to dial it in since I can't bypass the built-in x-over. It's 24dB/Oct, so it's steep, but dialing that in manually is a pain because of where I have the amp mounted, and I wasn't planning on using it. There's no marked frequency points on the dial other than the min and max frequencies. Because the amp's x-over is in series with the x-over section on the Sub out from my deck, even if run the amp's x-over at the max frequency of 250Hz, it still changes both the tonality of the sub and phase relationship with my mid-high speakers when I use the head unit's x-over compared to the old setup. I can't use the same settings and get the same sound. I'll figure it out, but I still wish there was a bypass switch. So, 4 stars for the lack of a x-over bypass switch. I still think it's a great deal and very nice amp. I had the system cranked for well over an hour while listening and dialing things in and the amp was barely warm. I'm running it @4Ohms. Cheers.
Another Great Amp
I had a JP8 in my new truck driving a single 10 inch subwoofer however when I found the JP3 CPT and watched a dyno on it I knew I had to get one and change out the JP8 and put it in my other car. The JP3 is an awesome amp easy to set up and works perfect with my 10 inch subwoofer under my back seat. Thanks for another great product from D4S.