Sonic Electronix Certified Amp: NVX JAD1200.1

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Impedance:
Claimed Output: 500W @ 14.40v 800W @ 14.40v 1200W @ 14.40v
Certified Results: 662W @ 14.59v 1037W @ 14.34v 1384W @ 14.05v
Dynamic Results: 666W @ 14.70v 1128W @ 14.60v 1647W @ 14.42v

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The JAD1200.1 amplifier from NVX is a class D monoblock amplifier which features incredible power, all in a sleek compact chassis! This amp features variable high and low pass filters, pre-amp outputs, and gain level control with 1200 watts of RMS power. In addition, their unique illuminated badge and included wired bass remote knob make them a great choice for any car audio system. In order to make installing this amplifier as simple as possible, they also feature a convenient power and ground gauge adapter as well as dual speaker terminals to bridge the amplifier internally.

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Here at Sonic Electronix, we strive to deliver incredible products and even better customer satisfaction- especially when it comes to car audio! This is precisely why we have tested the power on select amplifiers with our SMD AD-1 Amplifier Dyno, bringing you these amps’ true power ratings. Whether you are interested in an entry level or performance amp, we want to make sure that you guys are purchasing the car audio products that will deliver just theright amount of power for your system. Although each of our amplifiers have their listed peak and RMS power ratings, a Sonic Electronix Certified Amplifier is drastically better for your system because no matter what, you will know precisely the amount of power you will be getting out of your system!

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