JL Audio XD200/2v2 2-channel Car Amplifier – #98600
JL Audio XD200/2v2 2-channel car amplifier packs a wallop far beyond what you’d expect from something so small. This compact amp plays your music with true fidelity and impressive impact, without straining your car’s electrical system, thanks to JL Audio’s proprietary NexD™ amplifier technology. A cast alloy heatsink and an advanced cooling system keep this amp at optimal temperature, eliminating thermal shut-downs so your music keeps going strong without interruption.
The JL Audio XDv2 amplifiers feature big audio performance from a small footprint. With advanced NexD switching technologies, the XDv2 amps exceed 80% efficiency, running cooler than most other amplifiers. The Advanced Thermal Rollback System gives you increased reliability and better audio performance by virtually eliminating thermal shut-down. Because the XDv2 amps employ smaller cast alloy heat sinks, they can be installed in smaller spaces. XDv2 amplifiers feature a black powder-coat finish with a brushed aluminum cover for the controls.
Two-channel Class-D Amplifier: The XD200/2v2 is a Class-D 2-channel amplifier, designed specifically for full-range operation, but can be used to power a subwoofer. The amplifier is stable down to 2 ohms in stereo, or bridged to a 4 ohm load.
The XD200/2v2 is rated at 75 Watts RMS x 2 channels at 4-ohms (20 Hz to 20 kHz), Signal-to-Noise Ratio of >104 dB (at rated power), 1% THD, @14.4 Volts. At 2 ohms, the rated power is 100 Watts RMS x 2, and bridged at 4 ohms, it outputs 200 Watts RMS.
Advanced Rollback Protection
The XDv2-Series amplifiers employ advanced thermal and low-impedance protection to virtually eliminate annoying amplifier shut-down events. Should any XDv2-Series amplifier ever overheat, its intelligent, unregulated power supply reacts by limiting available peak voltage until the amplifier returns to a safe temperature range. Likewise, if an impedance lower than optimal for the amplifier is present at the outputs, the XDv2 amplifier will roll back peak voltage to protect itself without shutting down.