Directed Electronics XA-3002 Stereo Amplifier User Manual

XA-3002
XA-6002
XA-6004
XA-5001
XA-8001
CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations for choosing an Xtreme
Series power amplifier, by Directed
Audio. This high performance product
has been designed and engineered by
Directed Electronics, the industry leader
in high quality automotive security and
audio equipment since 1990. With the
Xtreme Series power amplifiers,
Directed Audio continues to set new
standards of performance, reliability,
and affordability in the mobile electronics industry.
Featuring high-efficiency MOSFET power
supplies and flexible built-in crossovers
housed in a rugged, extruded aluminum
extrusion with carbon fiber style trim
panels, Xtreme power amplifiers will
excite and delight car audio enthusiasts
with years of high performance audio
reproduction.
Xtreme Series amplifiers come with a
two-year limited warranty if sold and
installed by an authorized Directed
dealer. If not installed by an authorized
dealer, Xtreme Series amplifiers are
covered by a one-year, parts-and-labor
limited warranty. Be sure to retain your
original purchase receipt, and refer to
the warranty section of this guide for full
details about your coverage.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Congratulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Limited Two-Year Consumer Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Installation Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Front Panel Connections/Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
REAR Panel Connections—XA-3002/XA-6002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
High Level Harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Crossover Settings and Gain Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
CEA Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
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LIMITED TWO-YEAR CONSUMER WARRANTY
Directed Electronics (Directed) promises to
the original purchaser, to replace this
product should it prove to be defective in
workmanship or material under normal use,
for a period of two years from the date of
purchase by the dealer as indicated by the
date code marking of the product
PROVIDED the product was installed by an
authorized Directed dealer. During this twoyear period, there will be no charge for this
replacement PROVIDED the unit is returned
to Directed, shipping pre-paid. If the unit is
installed by anyone other than an authorized Directed dealer, the warranty period
will be 1 year from the date of purchase by
the dealer as indicated by the date code
marking of the product. During this 1-year
period there will be no charge for this
replacement PROVIDED the unit is returned
to Directed, shipping pre-paid. This warranty
is non-transferable and does not apply to
any unit that has been modified or used in a
manner contrary to its intended purpose,
and does not cover damage to the unit
caused by installation or removal of the unit.
This warranty is void if the product has been
damaged by accident or unreasonable use,
neglect, improper service or other causes
not arising out of defects in materials or
construction. ALL WARRANTIES INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS
WARRANTY, IMPLIED WARRANTY,
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND
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WARRANTY OF NON-INFRINGEMENT OF
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ARE EXPRESSLY
EXCLUDED TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
ALLOWED BY LAW, AND DIRECTED
NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES
ANY PERSON TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY
LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SALE OF THE PRODUCT. DIRECTED HAS
ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR ANY AND
ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING
ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS OR
INSTALLERS. Unit must be returned to
Directed, postage pre-paid, with: consumer’s
name, telephone number, and address,
authorized dealer’s name and address, and
product description. IN ORDER FOR THIS
WARRANTY TO BE VALID, YOUR UNIT
MUST BE SHIPPED WITH PROOF OF
INSTALLATION BY AN AUTHORIZED
DIRECTED DEALER. ALL UNITS RECEIVED
BY DIRECTED FOR WARRANTY REPAIR
WITHOUT PROOF OF DIRECTED DEALER
INSTALLATION WILL BE COVERED BY THE
LIMITED 1-YEAR PARTS AND LABOR
WARRANTY. Note: This warranty does not
cover labor costs for the removal and reinstallation of the unit. BY PURCHASING THIS
PRODUCT, THE CONSUMER AGREES AND
CONSENTS THAT ALL DISPUTES BETWEEN
THE CONSUMER AND Directed SHALL BE
RESOLVED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CALIFORNIA LAWS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY,
CALIFORNIA.
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FEATURES
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High-speed MOSFET power supplies
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Built-in 2-way variable crossovers
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Complimentary bipolar transistor
outputs
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+6 or +12 dB switchable bass
boost (+8dB on XA-6004)
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Either mono only (XA-8001, XA5001) or stereo/mono (XA6002).
The XA-6004 can have rear bridged
and front stereo or variations
thereof.
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Adjustable input gain
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Power/status LEDs
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Thermal, short-circuit, over-current,
and reverse polarity protection
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Chrome-plated RCA inputs
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Heavy duty screw terminals
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2 ohm stereo stable/4 ohm mono
stable
WARNING
High-powered car audio
systems may produce sound
pressure levels that exceed the
threshold at which hearing loss may
result.
They may also impair a driver’s ability to
hear traffic sounds or emergency vehicles. Use common sense and practice
safe listening habits when listening to or
adjusting your audio system.
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
1. Please read this owner’s manual
carefully before installing this amplifier.
2. Disconnect the battery ground
terminal prior to making any electrical connections.
3. Check for any hazards or obstructions such as gas tanks, fuel or
brake lines, and wiring harnesses
before mounting the amplifier.
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4. Pick a mounting location that will
provide adequate access and ventilation and protect the amplifier
from heat, moisture, and dirt.
5. Avoid sharp metal areas when
routing cables to the amplifier, and
run RCA cables away from the
power cables and other potentially
noisy car harnesses.
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6. The amplifier should be grounded
with a short, heavy gauge wire
connected directly to the car at a
bare metal surface, preferably
scraped body sheet metal. Do not
use factory ground locations, seat
bolts, or brackets that are
spotwelded.
7. Always fuse your power connection
within 8 to 10 inches of the battery
terminal. Use a fuse or circuit
breaker rated slightly more than the
on-board fuse(s) of the
amplifier(s). The gauge of power
wire used should take into account
the total current draw of the
system, and the length of wire
used. IASCA and other auto sound
competition organizations have
charts available for this; you can
also find a chart in the MECP study
guide. Minimum wire gauge recommendations for the individual amplifiers are listed on the specification
page. Always use the same gauge
wire for the amplifier ground that
you use for the power wire. Be sure
to examine the battery ground
cable of the vehicle, and if necessary, upgrade it by adding an additional ground wire that is the same
gauge as the amplifier power wire.
Remember, the amplifier can only
deliver its rated output when it is
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not current limited by the power
and ground supply wires.
8. This amplifier is designed to drive a
speaker load that measures from 2
to 4 ohms. Keep in mind that heat
is the long-term enemy of automotive electronics and the lower your
speaker load, the more heat is
generated. For low impedance
speaker applications or restricted
ventilation installations, an external
cooling fan may be advisable.
9. Battery and ground connections to
the vehicle should be made with
crimped ring terminals of the appropriate size (surface area is what
counts); soldering the terminals
after crimping is also recommended.
10. Due to the high-frequency MOSFET
switching power supply, filtering the
power cable is not generally
required (remember that the amp
can’t deliver full output if the power
supply is restricted). Proper
grounding of the signal source is
mandatory for the amplifier to
reach its performance peak. If the
RCA inputs are not grounded
adequately via the signal source,
electrical noise from the vehicle
may be picked up in the system.
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FRONT PANEL CONNECTIONS/CONTROLS—
XA-3002/XA-6002
NOTE: The numbers listed below are referenced on the Input Wiring Diagram.
1. PWR (LED blue) - when illuminated
indicates that the amplifier is on.
2. HI Input (high level input) - Accepts
1v to 10v input from the headunit’s
speaker output. The amplifier will
automatically wake-up when the
input is greater than 1V.
3. RCA Inputs - accepts RCA input from a
source unit, preamplifier, or equalizer.
4. Level Control - continuously adjusts
from 150mV to 5V for full power
output.
5. Crossover Switch - activates low
pass crossover, full (all pass), or
high pass crossover.
6. Low-Pass Frequency Control - adjusts
the frequency (50Hz–500Hz) of
the lowpass crossover.
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7. High-Pass Frequency Control - adjusts
the frequency (50Hz–500Hz) of
the highpass crossover.
8. Bass - sets the bass boost of the
high-pass crossover to 0, 5 or 12dB
of boost.
9. PRT (LED red) - illuminates when
the PRT (Protection) function is
active. Activates to protect the
amplifier when the temperature is
too high, the output has a DC
offset, a short was detected on the
output, or the amplifier power
cables have been improperly
connected (reverse power). If the
temperature, DC offset, or short
condition has cleared after approximately 10-seconds the amplifier
will automatically recover.
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INPUT WIRING DIAGRAM—XA-3002/XA-6002
2-CHANNEL XA-3002/XA-6002
1
2
3
4
INPUT
PWR HI-INPUT
5
6
LEVEL X-OVER LOW PASS HI PASS
1.5
L
7
3
5V
90
8
9
BASS
PRT
90
0.8
0.15V
LPF
HPF
FULL
12dB
0dB
50Hz 500Hz 50Hz 500Hz
6dB
R
FRONT PANEL CONNECTIONS/CONTROLS—XA-6004
NOTE: The numbers listed below are referenced on the Input Wiring Diagram.
1. PWR (LED blue) - when illuminated
indicates that the amplifier is on.
2. RCA Inputs (front) - accepts RCA input
from a source unit, preamplifier, or
equalizer.
3. Level Control (front) - continuously
adjusts from 250mV to 5V for full
power output.
Low-Pass Frequency Control (front) adjusts
the
frequency
(50Hz–500Hz) of the low-pass
crossover.
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High-Pass Frequency Control (front) adjusts
the
frequency
(50Hz–500Hz) of the high-pass
crossover.
4. HI Input (high level input) - Accepts
1v to 10v input from the headunit’s
speaker output. The amplifier will
automatically wake-up when the
input is greater than 1V.
5. Level Control (rear) - continuously
adjusts from 250mV to 5V for full
power output.
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Low-Pass Frequency Control (rear) adjusts
the
frequency
(50Hz–500Hz) of the low-pass
crossover.
High-Pass Frequency Control (rear) adjusts
the
frequency
(50Hz–500Hz) of the high-pass
crossover.
6. RCA Inputs (rear) - accepts RCA
input from a source unit, preamplifier, or equalizer.
7. PRT (LED red) - illuminates when
the PRT (Protection) function is
active. Activates to protect the
amplifier when the temperature is
too high, the output has a DC
offset, a short was detected on the
output, or the amplifier power
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cables have been improperly
connected (reverse power). If the
temperature, DC offset, or short
condition has cleared after approximately 10-seconds the amplifier
will automatically recover.
8. Crossover Switch (front) - activates
low pass crossover, full (all pass),
or high pass crossover.
9. Bass (front) - sets the bass boost of
the high-pass crossover to 0, or 8dB
of boost.
10. Bass (rear) - sets the bass boost of
the high-pass crossover to 0, or 8dB
of boost.
11. Crossover Switch (rear) - activates
low pass crossover, full (all pass),
or high pass crossover.
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INPUT WIRING DIAGRAM—XA-6004
4-CHANNEL XA-6004
FRONT
REAR
1 2
PWR
3
INPUT
LF
4
5
HI-INPUT
FRONT
REAR
LEVEL LOW PASS HI PASS
HI PASS LOW PASS LEVEL
90
90
1.4
6
90
90
5V
0.25V
50Hz
500Hz 50Hz
FULL
LPF
HPF
RF
500Hz
50Hz
8dB
0dB
8dB
0dB
X-OVER
BASS
BASS
8
9
10
500Hz 50Hz
INPUT
LR
PRT
1.4
4
0.5
4
7
500Hz
5V
0.5
0.25V
FULL
LPF
HPF
X-OVER
RR
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FRONT PANEL CONNECTIONS/CONTROLS—
XA-5001/XA-8001
NOTE: The numbers listed below are referenced on the Input Wiring Diagram.
1. PWR (LED blue) - when illuminated
indicates that the amplifier is on.
4. RCA Inputs - accepts RCA input from a
source unit, preamplifier, or equalizer.
2. HI Input (high level input) - Accepts
1v to 10v input from the headunit’s
speaker output. The amplifier will
automatically wake-up when the
input is greater than 1V.
5. Level Control - continuously adjusts
from 150mV to 5V for full power
output.
3. RCA Output - RCA output to another
amplifier.
7. Low-Pass Frequency Control - adjusts
the frequency (30Hz–250Hz) of the
lowpass crossover
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6. Crossover Switch - activates low
pass crossover, or full (all pass).
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8. Bass - sets the bass boost of the
high-pass crossover to 0, 6 or 12dB
of boost.
offset, a short was detected on the
output, or the amplifier power
cables have been improperly
connected (reverse power). If the
temperature, DC offset, or short
condition has cleared after approximately 10-seconds the amplifier
will automatically recover.
9. PRT (LED red) - illuminates when
the PRT (Protection) function is
active. Activates to protect the
amplifier when the temperature is
too high, the output has a DC
INPUT WIRING DIAGRAM—XA-5001/XA-8001
MONO CHANNEL XA-5001/XA-8001
1
2
PWR HI-INPUT
3
4
OUTPUT INPUT
5
6
LEVEL
7
X-OVER
1.5
L
3
LOW PASS
8
BASS
9
PRT
50
0.8
5V
0.15V
LPF
FULL
30Hz 250Hz
0dB
12dB
6dB
R
10
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REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS—XA-3002/XA-6002
NOTE: The numbers listed below are referenced on the Speaker Wiring Diagram.
10. Speaker Connections - Note that the
two speakers & four speakers have
been connected to the four terminal
following the (+) and (-) graphic.
Your speaker terminal may be
marked (+) and (-) or there may
be red dot by one terminal which
means the same as (+).
Connecting the speakers in this
manner assures that the two
speaker cones will move in and out
together according to the original
recording. If one of the two
speakers is reversed, stereo
imaging and bass response will be
degraded.
Refer to the specifications for the
wire size to be used with your
amplifier.
11. ATC Fuses - protects the amplifier
from over current situations. See
specification for fuse size for your
amplifier. Note: The XA-3002 has
only one fuse.
12. (+) 12 Volt Power - Connect this
terminal through a FUSE or CIRCUIT
BREAKER to the positive terminal of
the vehicle battery or the positive
terminal of an isolated audio
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system battery. Refer to the specifications for the wire size to be used
with your amplifier.
WARNING: Always protect this power wire by installing a fuse
or circuit breaker of the appropriate size within
12 inches of the battery terminal connection.
Remote Turn On - This terminal
turns on the amplifier when (+) 12
volt is applied to it. Connect it to
the remote turn on lead of the head
unit or signal source. If a (+) 12
volt remote turn lead is not available, a Remote Power Adapter
(P/N #55000) can be used to
supply a remote turn on signal. DO
NOT connect this terminal to
constant (+) 12 volt.
Ground - Connect this terminal
directly to the sheet metal chassis
of the vehicle using the shortest
wire necessary to make this
connection. Always use wire of the
same gauge or larger than the (+)
12 volt power wire. The chassis
connection point should be scraped
free of paint and dirt. Use only
quality crimped and/or soldered
connectors at both ends of this
wire. DO NOT connect this terminal
directly to the vehicle battery
ground terminal or any other
factory ground points.
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SPEAKER WIRING DIAGRAM—XA-3002/XA-6002
2-CHANNEL XA-3002/XA-6002
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
Note: Model XA-3002 has one fuse.
BRIDGED
(R-)
(R+)
(L-)
(L+)
10
FUSE
+12V
FUSE
11
REM
GND
12
For bridging into a single speaker load, the XA-3002/6002 have the ability to be
bridged, as shown in the diagram below:
2-CHANNEL XA-3002/XA-6002 BRIDGED
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
BRIDGED
(R-)
12
(R+)
(L-)
(L+)
FUSE
FUSE
+12V
REM
GND
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SPEAKER WIRING DIAGRAM—XA-6004
4-CHANNEL XA-6004
FRONT
RIGHT
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
LEFT
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
BRIDGED
(R-)
(R+)
(L-)
(L+)
FUSE
FUSE
+12V
REM
GND
FRONT
REAR
(R-)
(R+)
(L-)
10
RIGHT
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
(L+)
11
12
LEFT
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
REAR
For bridging front and rear into single speaker loads, the XA-6004 has the ability to be
bridged as shown in the diagram below:
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4-CHANNEL XA-6004 BRIDGED
FRONT
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
BRIDGED
(R-)
(R+)
(L-)
(L+)
FUSE
FUSE
+12V
REM
GND
FRONT
REAR
(R-)
(R+)
(L-)
(L+)
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
REAR
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SPEAKER WIRING DIAGRAM—XA-5001/XA-8001
The XA-5001, and XA-8001 amplifiers offer two positive and two negative output terminals for ease of connecting the speakers to the amplifier. Since these are mono amplifiers,
the speaker connectors are paralleled internally. Each amplifier is stable to 2 ohms.
MONO XA-6004
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
(-)
(-)
(+) (+)
10
FUSE
FUSE
11
+12V
REM
GND
12
SPEAKER
4 Ohm
NOTE! The XA-5001 and XA-8001 are not designed to work in a bridged or strapped
configuration. Attempting to apply these configurations will damage the amplifier and
will not be covered under warranty.
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HIGH LEVEL HARNESSES
NOTE!
Do not connect the high level input connections to power, signal, or
chassis ground as damage to the head-unit outputs may result. The
high-level inputs are designed to work with either grounded or BTL
speaker level outputs (found on most head units).
NOTE!
Also, to preclude the use of the High Level Harness, a speaker level to
RCA adapter is available (Directed p/n 55020) to convert any regular
or high-powered speaker output to a preamp level, high impedance
signal to drive the amplifier.
3002, 6002, 5001, 8001 High Level Connections
Wire Color
WHITE/BLACK
BLACK
Input Connection
- Left channel
Ground
WHITE
+ Left channel
GRAY/BLACK
- Right channel
GRAY
+ Right channel
6004 High Level Connections
Wire Color
WHITE
+ Left Front channel
WHITE/BLACK
- Left Front channel
BLACK
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Input Connection
Ground
GREEN/BLACK
- Right Rear channel
GREEN
+ Right Rear channel
GRAY
+ Right Front channel
GRAY/BLACK
- Right Front channel
VIOLET/BLACK
- Left Rear channel
VIOLET
+ Left Rear channel
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CROSSOVER SETTINGS AND GAIN ADJUSTMENT
Your Xtreme Series power amplifier by Directed Audio needs to be adjusted carefully to
achieve maximum performance. These are some guidelines to follow when fine-tuning
the amplifier.
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For full-range and simultaneous stereo/mono bass applications, the crossover selection switch should be set to FLAT. If the amplifier is driving your subwoofers, set the
switch to LPF, and for mid-bass/midrange output, set to HPF.
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The crossover frequency control needs to be adjusted to suit your particular system.
For subwoofer applications, try to keep the setting low enough to prevent the
image smearing (you should not be able to hear male voices from the subwoofer)
but not so low as to create a gap between the subwoofer and the midbass/midrange speakers. For mid-bass/midrange settings, try to keep the setting
low enough to keep your sound stage in front of you, without overdriving the
speaker. It will be to your advantage to spend some extra time with this adjustment, listening to familiar music or system set-up discs to achieve the kind of
musical reproduction that you prefer.
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The gain adjustment allows you to set proper signal match for clean, quiet amplifier operation. For full-range and simultaneous stereo/mono bass applications,
start by playing some music you are familiar with. With the gain adjustment on
the amplifier in the middle of its rotation, bring up the volume on your head unit
to the 3/4 volume setting or until you start to hear distortion or clipping. If you
hear distortion before you reach the 3/4 volume setting of your head unit, reduce
the gain setting on the amplifier and start to raise the head unit volume again.
When you can listen to the music at or slightly above 3/4 on your head unit
without audible distortion, slowly raise the gain of the amplifier until distortion is
heard, then back off the gain until the distortion is not audible. This setting will
allow you to reach full output with all but the quietest of source material, while
avoiding excessive noise in the system.
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The same procedure should be used for adjusting the amplifier when the on-board
crossover is set to LPF or HPF, but you will also have to take into consideration the
effect that gain adjustment has on system frequency response and imaging.
Again, plan on spending some time with music that you know, getting the gain
and crossover settings the way you like. Test discs and analyzers may help with this
process, but in the end it's your ears that count - listen to the music!
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CEA SPECIFICATIONS
XA-3002
Power Output: 55 Watts RMS x 2 at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: -70 dBA (reference 1 Watt into 4 ohms)
Additional Power Output: 80 Watts RMS x 2 at 2 ohms and < 1% THD+N
XA-6002
Power Output: 100 Watts RMS x 2 at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: -70 dBA (reference 1 Watt into 4 ohms)
Additional Power Output: 150 Watts RMS x 2 at 2 ohms and < 1% THD+N
XA-6004
Power Output: 60 Watts RMS x 4 at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: -75 dBA (reference 1 Watt into 4 ohms)
Additional Power Output: 75 Watts RMS x 4 at 2 ohms and < 1% THD+N
XA-5001
Power Output: 150 Watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: -75 dBA (reference 1 Watt into 4 ohms)
Additional Power Output: 250 Watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms and < 1% THD+N
XA-8001
Power Output: 300 Watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: -75 dBA (reference 1 Watt into 4 ohms)
Additional Power Output: 400 Watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms and < 1% THD+N
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SPECIFICATIONS
Xtreme models
XA-3002 XA-6002 XA-6004 XA-5001 XA-8001
Type
2-channel
2-channel
4-channel
Mono block
Mono block
Maximum Power
300 watts
600watts
600 watts
500 watts
800 watts
Damping Factor
>150
>150
>75
>50
>50
Frequency Response
20Hz-20kHz
20Hz-20kHz
20Hz-20kHz
20Hz-250Hz
20Hz-20kHz
+0, -3dB
+0,-3dB
+0,-3dB
+0,-3dB
+/- 1dB
Crossover (12dB Slope)
LP 50-500Hz
LP 50-500Hz
LP 50-500Hz
LP 30-250Hz
LP 30-250Hz
Bass Boost (@ 50Hz)
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
Switch
0, +6, +12dB
0, +6, +12dB
+0, +8dB
0, +6, +12dB
0, +6, +12dB
Input Sensitivity
150mV-5V
150mV-5V
250mV-5V
150mV-5V
150mV-5V
Protection
Thermal, Overcurrent, Short Circuit, Reverse Polarity
Fuse Size
25A x 1
20A x 2
25A x 2
20A x 2
30A x 2
Min. Speaker Wire Gauge
12
12
12
12
12
Min. Power Wire Gauge
8
8
8
8
4
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