JVC’s new lineup of DRVN amplifiers are 10 percent more compact than previous models, and has been broadened with a 5-channel version for this year. Cosmetic appeal has been enhanced with a sleeker shell with red DRVN badging on the chassis of each amplifier. MOS-FET Output stages provide better sound quality while dissipating less heat than traditional output circuits, while powerful internal capacitors boost deep, low frequency sounds. Models KS-AX3205D and KS-AX3201D include variable bass boost control and subsonic filter, plus all models have improved crossover gain slope.
The KS-AX3205D (pictured above) is a 5-Channel class D power amplifier with 1000-watt maximum power. It features 50W x 4 RMS power output plus a 200-watt RMS subwoofer output at 4-ohms, or 130-watt RMS x 2 channels bridged plus a subwoofer output of 200-watt at 4-ohms. It is available in February for $319.95.
The KS-AX3201D is a Mono Class D amplifier with 800-watt maximum power. It features 250-watt max RMS output at 4-ohms and 400-watt max output at 2-ohms. It will be available in February for $199.95.
JVC’s 4-Channel KS-AX3204 produces 800-watt maximum power and 60-watt RMS power per channel at 4-ohms, 180-watt RMS x 2 channels bridged at 4-ohms, features High-Pass and Low-pass Filters, and will be available in February for $169.95.
The KS-AX3202 is a 2-Channel Power Amplifier which produces 400-watt maximum power and 65-watt RMS x 2 channels at 4-ohms, or 180-watt bridged at 4-ohms, features High-Pass and Low-pass filters, and will be available in February for $119.95.