Clarion XC6610

€ 499


Class D Amplifier Design

Using MOS-FET power devices, the Class D amplifier circuitry is able to deliver incredible performance in compact dimensions. In a digital amplifier a Pulse-Width Modulator (PWM) expresses a low-frequency audio signal as a wide pulse, and a high-frequency audio signal as a narrow pulse. This then undergoes digital-to-analogue conversion for output, which is the basis of any digitally recorded media hence excellent affinity to digital sources. High power conversion efficiency means less power wasted and less heat generated, therefore an absence of bulky heat sinks.


  • 1,000 Watts of Maximum Power Output
  • 250 Watts x 3 Channel @ 4-Ohms Bridged
  • 125 Watts x 6 Channel @ 2-Ohms
  • 85 Watts x 6 Channel @ 4-Ohms
  • Conformally Coated PC Board
  • Stainless Hardware
  • MOS-FET Power Supply
  • High/Low Pass Electronic Crossover, 50Hz-500Hz
  • Variable 12dB/Oct. Bass Boost for CH5/CH6
  • Variable Gain Control
  • 2 × 40 Amp ATC Fuses
  • Switchable High Level Auto Sense
  • Soft Turn-On and Turn-Off Circuitry
  • Ground Loop Isolation Circuit
  • Corrosion Resistant RCA, Power, and Speaker Connections
  •  Dimensions (W × H × D) (Inches) 11-3/8 × 2-3/16 × 6-7/8

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