Recoil engineered the DI600.1 Class D mono-block subwoofer amplifier to be dominant in both power and reliability. The DI600.1D is 2-ohm stable and utilizes a wide array of premium components that make it extremely powerful and reliable – such as its high-speed MOSFET power supply and advanced PCB board layout. You’ll have full reign over your amplifier with the built-in user control panel, featuring a bass EQ, and variable adjustment tunings for gain level, low-pass filter, and a subsonic filter.
DI600.1 Class-D Car Audio Mono-block Subwoofer Amplifier, 1200 Watts MAX Power, 2/4 Ohm Stable, Mosfet Power Supply, Remote Bass Knob Included
Class-D Mono-block Subwoofer Amplifier, 1200 Watts Max Power, RMS 600 Watts x 1@2Ohm; RMS 350 Watts x 1@4Ohm.
Featuring a high-speed MOSFET power supply, premium-grade internal components, as well as 4-way protection circuitry, the amplifier will safely operate at the highest levels of performance for hours on end. Highly efficient heatsinks keep the amplifier cool with a sophisticated new look.
Recoil mono amplifiers come with a bass remote control. Use it to customize your bass on the fly with just a turn of a knob.
You’ll have full reign over your amplifier with the built-in user control panel, featuring a bass EQ, and variable adjustment tunings for gain level, low-pass filter, and subsonic filter.
2-ohm Stable Car Subwoofer Amplifier
Class-D Monoblock Subwoofer Amplifier
RMS Power at 2 Ohms: 600 Watts x 1 Channel (14.4v)
RMS Power at 4 Ohms: 350 Watts x 1 Channel (14.4v)
Peak Power at 2 Ohm: 1,200 Watts x 1 Channel (14.4v)
High-Speed MOSFET Power Supply
Frequency Response: 10Hz – 220Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 101dB
Bass Boost: 0 – 6-12dB
Low Pass Filter (Variable): 40Hz – 220Hz
Subsonic Filter: 10Hz – 50Hz
Remote Bass Knob & Wire Included
Fuse Rating: 80 Amp
Dimensions: 7.48″ x 5.90″ x 1.77″
13 in stock
|Dimensions||10.61 × 6.41 × 2.2 in|
This is a really nice, wallet friendly amplifier. Seriously has a true 600watts rms at 2ohm and I think the amp Dyno had over 750watt rms at 2ohm on dynamic burst. Yes the remote know could be better and connections seem a little on the “cheap” side but technically the price is cheap but amazingly the product is NOT, and to often these days it’s usually the other way around.