Big Power, Small Size
Pioneer's new extra-efficient Class D digital amplifiers mark a dramatic improvement in power output capability, yet are 50% smaller than the current GM Series Class AB amplifiers. That makes them more versatile in terms of installation as well as performance.
Improved Circuit Design
To prevent circuit shutdown, Pioneer's new digital amplifier circuit "Protection Control System" senses its internal temperature and automatically moderates input level accordingly. Stable, durable circuitry reduces the risk of an over-temperature condition, allowing for as low as a 1Ω speaker connection. This design enhances the flexibility to connect multiple subwoofers to a system.
Variable Low Pass Filter
For extra flexibility, a variable low pass filter is adjustable from 40 to 240 Hz to dial in your subwoofer according to your system requirements, subwoofer location, and personal listening taste.
Turn Up The Bass
Most every song in your library has been engineered and recorded with a different bass level. To combat the ever-changing levels in bass from song to song, every Pioneer Class D amplifier has a wired bass boost remote control for optimal bass level adjustment according to listening preferences and music characteristics.
Speaker Level Inputs
The GM-D8601's speaker level inputs allow you to connect your factory audio system (or any unit that doesn't have the typical RCA-type inputs) without having to buy add-on adapters. The install goes faster, you save money, and you've got a Pioneer amp in your vehicle.
• RMS power output:
300 watts x 1 (@ 4Ω, ≤1% THD+N)
500 watts x 1 (@ 2Ω, ≤1% THD+N)
800 watts x 1 (@ 1Ω, ≤1% THD+N)
• Frequency response: 10 to 240 Hz
Low pass filter (variable): 40 to 240 Hz, -12 dB/octave
• Dimensions (L x W x H): 7-7/8" x 10-3/8" x 2-3/8"