2Ω Stable: The GTA-602 can power a stereo load with 2Ω
impedance (4Ω minimum when bridged); the lower impedance offers higher output
- 60 watts x 2 @ 4 Ω
- 100 watts x 2 @ 2 Ω
- 200 watts x 1 @ 4 Ω (bridged)
Controls and Terminals: All the controls and terminals are
conveniently mounted on one side of the amp.
Gain: Adjust the input sensitivity with this rotary control;
the range is 0.2 Volts to 5.0 Volts (line-level) or 0.4 Volts to 10.0 Volts
Crossover Switch: Choose high-pass, low-pass, or off (full
Crossover Frequency: The crossover (low-pass or high-pass)
point is continuously variable from 50 Hz to 200 Hz; the slope is 12 dB/octave.
Q-Tune: Turn the Q-Tune bass boost on/off; the boost is +6
dB at 45 Hz.
Speaker-level Input: Use the included harness when the receiver
has no RCA outputs.
Line-level Input: Left and right RCA jacks for the input signal
from the head unit.
GTA-RSL: RJ-14 port; connect an optional GTA-RSL remote
level control (item number
sold separately); the GTA-RSL is only functional when the low-pass
crossover is engaged.
Speaker Output: Two pair of set-screw terminals provided for
connecting the speakers; the terminals can accept up to 8-gauge wire; the set
screws are tightened/loosened with the supplied 3mm Allen wrench.
ATO Fuse: A single 20-amp ATO-type fuse is located between
the speaker and power terminals.
Power/Remote: Three set-screw terminals for connecting power,
ground, and remote wires; each terminal accepts up to 8-gauge wire; the set screws
are tightened/loosened with the supplied 3mm Allen wrench.
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