The BLADE Series Amplifiers are designed with our “Price that Plays” motto. Blade amplifiers make CTA 2006 certified power and all but the B2000.1 are Class A/B full range. The built-in OEM line converters found in very model of BLADE use DC off set to activate the ATO (Auto Turn On). The RCA inputs can take high level speaker signal at up to 9 Volts in. BLADE even has a convenient 12V out feature to power up other products and a preparatory docking input for the custom built 4 Farad Rail Capacitor (RAILCAP-B). All multi-channel crossover adjustments can be programmed as high or low pass @ up to 3 KHz or Band Passed enabling the use with raw drivers. This ensures that no competition can stand up to the BLADE when it comes to features, performance and value.
|Peak Output Power @ 14.4V||250W x 2|
|1 Ohm RMS||n/a|
|2 Ohm RMS||160W x 2|
|4 Ohm RMS||80W x 2|
|4 Ohm Bridged||320W x 1|
|THD at 4 Ohm Load 30% Rated Power||<0.1%|
|Minimum Load||2 Ohm Stereo|
|Dimension||2"H x 7.1"W x 10.7"L|
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I have a massive blade B 500-2 amp into bridge mode pushing a cadence fxs 400 speaker... My problem is when ever I raise my volume the amp is cutting out. Can u please tell me how to rectified this problem
Ok a B500.2 is a stereo amp. When bridged the lowest independence it can play when bridged is 4 Ohm. (at 2 Ohm it will shut down) IF the Cadence driver is a dual 4 Ohm you have 2 options. Run the woofer at 8 Ohm or 2 Ohm. -or- If the woofer is a dual 4 Ohm run the amp in stereo with one ch hooked to each terminal Use 4 gage power wire Have wiring checked out at professional installer