JL Audio has introduced their next generation XD car audio amplifiers, calling the new series XDv2. The company’s NexD switching technology that debuted in the original XD amplifiers carries over unchanged to the XDv2’s, as does the compact chassis design and flexible crossover designs.
The XDv2 amplifiers differ from their predecessors in that they offer the convenience of automatic turn-on (signal or DC-offset sensing), making them easier to integrate with OEM systems. JL Audio has also upgraded the input section to have equal capabilities as the company’s flagship HD amplifiers, accepting a wide range of input signals, from line-level all the way to high-power speaker level signals (with a dual-range switch). The final tweak is an improved remote level circuit, with more linear behavior.
XD200/2v2 2-Channel / Class D
XD400/4v2 4-Channel / Class D
XD600/6v2 6-Channel / Class D
XD800/8v2 8-Channel / Class D
Designed to run a complete subwoofer plus satellite audio system, with active crossover functionality built-in. Each model features a dedicated subwoofer channel, plus one or two pairs of full-range channels to drive component speaker systems.
XD500/3v2 3-Channel / Class D
XD700/5v2 5-Channel / Class D w/ 2-way/3-way crossover
XD1000/5v2 5-Channel / Class D w/ 2-way/3-way crossover
Monoblock Subwoofer Amplifiers
XDv2 monoblock subwoofer amplifiers are built for bass and bass alone. All models feature a specialized variant of JL Audio’s NexD switching technology to produce impressive power with extremely high efficiency. Three models are offered capable of producing up to 300, 600, or 1000 watts of clean power.
XD300/1v2 Class D / 200W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohms / 300W RMS x 1 @ 2 ohms
XD600/1v2 Class D / 400W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohms / 600W RMS x 1 @ 2 ohms
XD1000/1v2 Class D / 600W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohms / 800W RMS x 1 @ 3 ohms / 1000 RMS x 1 @ 2 ohms