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DA304
DA602
DA604
DA904
DA4001
DA6001
DA8001
PERFORMANCE SERIES
INSTALLATION / OWNER'S MANUAL
Mobile Power Amplifiers
INSTALLATION
Preparation
Please read entire manual before installation. Due to the technical nature of
amplifiers, it is highly recommended that your Dual amplifier is installed by a
professional installer or an authorized dealer.
Before You Start
• Disconnect negative battery terminal. (consult a qualified technician for
instructions)
• Avoid installing the amplifier where it would be subject to high temperatures, such
as from direct sunlight, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive
vibration.
• Use extreme caution when drilling holes to avoid damaging fuel lines or existing
vehicle wiring. • All amplifier installations require power, signal and speaker wires (not included).
• An amplifier installation kit (sold separately) is highly recommended to facilitate
the installation. Consult your dealer for recommendations.
Mounting Location
• Choose a mounting location for the amplifier. Suggested locations include under a
seat or in the trunk.
• The amplifier can be mounted horizontal (recommended) or vertical. For optimum
performance, make sure to provide at least 1" of space around all sides. Do not
mount the amplifier under carpets or where airflow is restricted.
• Do not install the amplifier where it may be exposed to moisture.
• The optimum mounting location varies between vehicles. Remember to test all
amplifier functions before completing the final mounting procedure.
TYPICAL MOUNTING METHOD
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INSTALLATION
Connection Descriptions
NOTE:
Be sure to follow specific instructions included with your amplifier installation kit
(not included with this amplifier). The information below should be used as a general
guideline only.
Power Wire (+12V)
• Disconnect negative battery terminal before proceeding. Consult a qualified
technician for instructions if you are unsure.
• Plan wire routing before cutting any wires to length. Begin by routing the power
+12V wire from the battery to the amplifier location. Use a grommet when running
wires through the firewall or metal openings. Avoid running the power wire near
existing vehicle wiring to prevent induced noise from entering the audio system.
• Use extreme caution when drilling holes to avoid damaging fuel lines or existing
vehicle wiring. • The +12V wire MUST be fused within 18" of the battery for protection of the vehicle’s
electrical system.
Ground Wire (GND)
• The amplifier ground wire should be as short as possible (no more than 36" or
1 meter). Choose a clean unpainted section of metal or the vehicle chassis when
attaching the ground connection. Be sure to clean the area of any dirt or grease.
Remote Turn-on Wire (REM)
• The remote turn-on wire connects to the head unit's amplifier turn-on lead or
power antenna output.
Speaker Wires
• Choose adequate gauge speaker wire depending on your exact amplifier/speaker
combination. Be sure to observe polarity when connecting.
• Do not ground any speaker wires or connect any speaker wires together.
Input Signal
• The amplifier's input signal connects to the head unit's low level (RCA) or high level
(speaker wire) outputs.
• Low level input signals deliver the best performance. If unavailable, use the high
level inputs - when interfacing with factory head unit for instance.
CAUTION
• Do not use both low and high level inputs at the same time. Connect only one or the other.
• Keep low level inputs away from any power wires to avoid engine noise.
• Never run any wires underneath or outside the vehicle.
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INSTALLATION
Audio Inputs and Controls
DA602
1
1
4
2
3
2
4
4
5
5
6
7
6
7
8
8
1
High Level Inputs
5
Hi-Pass Filter
2
RCA Line Inputs
6
Crossover Mode
3
Pass Through
7
Low-Pass Filter
4
Gain
8
Bass Boost
DA304
DA604
DA904
INSTALLATION
Power and Speaker Connections
DA602
1
3
2
4
5
DA304
1
1
3
2
3
2
4
4
5
5
1
Speaker Connections
4
Remote Turn On
2
Fuse(s)
5
Ground Connection
3
+12VDC Battery Connection
DA604
DA904
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INSTALLATION
Audio Inputs and Controls
1
6
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DA4001
DA6001
DA8001
1
RCA Line Inputs
6
Bass Boost
2
Pass Through
7
Low Pass Filter
3
Gain
8
Slave/Master Controls
4
Phase Control
9
Data Link
5
Subsonic Filter
10
Remote
INSTALLATION
Power and Speaker Connections
DA4001
1
3
2
4
5
DA6001
1
3
2
4
5
DA8001
1
3
2
4
5
1
Speaker Connections
4
Remote Turn On
2
Fuse(s)
5
Ground Connection
3
+12VDC Battery Connection
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INSTALLATION
Typical Wire Routing
MAXIMUM
GROUND
FUSE
No more than 36"
(1 meter)
12V BATTERY
12V DC
(Power)
RCA CABLES
SPEAKERS
2-8 ohms
REM (Remote Turn On)
Main Power Connections
Connect +12V, GND and REM wires accordingly. A suitable fuse MUST be installed
on the +12V lead within 18" of the battery for protection of the vehicle’s electrical
system.
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Fuse Rating
Power/Ground Wire Size
When replacing fuses, make sure new fuse
is the correct type and amperage. Using an
incorrect fuse could damage the amplifier.
For optimum performance, use only the wire
size listed below or larger. Make sure to use
the same size power and ground wire.
DA602 20A x 1
DA304 30A x 1
DA604 20A x 2
DA904 30A x 2
DA4001 30A x 3
DA6001 30A x 4
DA8001 30A x 5
DA304 4 Ga.
DA602 4 Ga.
DA604 4 Ga.
DA904 4 Ga.
DA4001 2 Ga.
DA6001 2 Ga.
DA8001 2 Ga.
INSTALLATION
Amplifier Connections
Speaker Connections
Connect speaker wires
observing polarity. The
minimum impedance load
for the DA304, DA602, DA604
and DA904 is 2 ohms stereo
and 4 ohms bridged. Use of
loads lower than these is not
recommended and may cause
amplifier damage. The DA304,
DA602, DA604 and DA904 can
be wired for stereo, bridged or
stereo/bridged simultaneous
operation.
2 Speakers (stereo)
Subwoofer (mono)
2-8 ohms
1-8 ohms
Typical Stereo Wiring
(2 ohms minimum)
Typical Bridged Wiring
(4 ohms minimum)
DA602 speaker connections shown
Input Signal Connections
Low Level Input (RCA)
Low level (RCA) input signal is preferred for best performance. Typical trunkmount amplifier installations require a 17-20 foot RCA cable. Most trucks
and under-seat applications require a 6-9 foot RCA cable. Using twisted pair
construction RCA cables will minimize noise.
High-Level Input
(speaker cables)
High Level Input
(Speaker Wire)
High level inputs should only
be used when RCA outputs are
not available from the head unit.
Connect the head unit speaker
outputs to the high level input
connector as shown below. The
black wire (signal reference
ground) may or may not require a
connection to chassis ground
- depending on your particular
installation.
Low-Level Input
(RCA)
Note: Do not use both low and high level inputs
at the same time - connect only one or the
other. High level inputs not available on DA4001,
DA6001 and DA8001.
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INSTALLATION
Master/Slave Mode
The Dual mono amplifiers feature a Master/Slave mode, where two amplifiers can be
connected together. When two mono amplifiers are connected together, the power
from both amplifiers is combined.
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INSTALLATION
Master/Slave Mode (cont.)
*MASTER
For master amplifier, set the switch to master. This will route the signal through Line-out to
the slave amplifier. Set the phase to 0, all adjustments for gain and sound are done on this
amplifier. The remote subwoofer control should be connected to master amplifier as well.
*SLAVE
For slave amplifier, set the switch to slave and phase to 180. Connect the Line-out of master
amplifier to input on this amplifier. All adjustments should be set to minimum.
Connect Data-Link plug from master to slave amplifier. For speaker connection, the positive
(+) of the speaker connects to positive (+) of master and negative (-) of the speaker connects to
positive (+) of slave amplifier. Connect both negatives (-) of master and slave each other.
NOTE: FOR BEST PERFORMANCE, USE WIRE 12 AWG OR THICKER FOR THE NEGATIVE TO
NEGATIVE CONNECTION.
*MINIMUM IMPEDANCE MUST NOT BE LOWER THAN 2 OHMS
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INSTALLATION
Configuration/Setup
Input level Control
Crossover Mode
The input level control (gain) is used to obtain the
best possible match between the head unit audio
output and the amplifier input. Begin by turning
the input level control fully counterclockwise. Next,
turn up the head unit volume control around 3/4 of
the way up. Adjust the input level control clockwise
until audible distortion is heard, then slightly
counterclockwise to provide the best match.
Repeat for all input level controls.
The crossover is used to filter out frequencies
above or below a certain point. Choose LPF when
using the amplifier with subwoofers, HPF when
using with midrange/tweeter combinations and
FLAT when using with coaxial-type speakers.
Note: Choose FLAT when using the amplifier in
stereo/bridged simultaneous mode. In this mode,
passive crossovers are required. Failure to use
the correct passive components may damage the
amplifier and/or speakers. Consult a qualified
professional for recommendations.
Crossover Frequency
Control
Bass Boost
This control allows precise adjustment of the
crossover frequency.
This control provides additional boost @ 45Hz
when used with subwoofers. Adjust this control
with caution - as improper use can damage
speakers!
Subsonic Filter
(DA4001, DA6001 &
DA8001)
Setting this control to the desired frequency will
limit harmful frequencies below the setting from
going to the subwoofer(s), preventing possible
damage from frequencies that subwoofers are not
designed to handle.
LED Indicators
The green LED indicator illuminates during normal
operation (POWER) and the red LED indicator
is visible when the amplifier detects a fault
(PROTECT).
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INSTALLATION
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Action
+12V wire not connected or incorrect
Check connections for proper voltage
Unit will not turn on voltage. REM wire not connected or
(11~16VDC)
incorrect
voltage
(no power LED
indicator)
GND wire not connected
Check connection to ground
Fuse(s) blown
Speaker wires not connected
Volume turned all the way down
One or more speaker wires touching
Unit has power - each other or touching chassis
LED is green (but ground
no sound)
Speaker(s) defective or damaged
Input signal not connected
Incorrect fuse rating
Unit blows fuse(s) +12V wire touching chassis ground
Speaker(s) defective or damaged
Bad ground connection
Engine noise
Signal ground loop or RFI (radio
frequency interference)
One or more speaker wires touching
each other or touching chassis
ground
LED illuminates red Speaker(s) defective or
(protect mode) damaged internally (shorted)
Speaker load less than 2 ohms
(stereo). Speaker load less than 4
ohms (bridged)
Distorted audio Incorrect input signal type or
output
input level too high
Low audio output
Weak bass
Replace fuse(s)
Check connections at speakers
Increase volume level at head unit
Insulate all bare speaker wires from
each other and chassis ground
Check/replace speaker(s)
Check high or low level inputs for
proper connection
Use fuse(s) with correct rating
Check for pinched wire
Check/replace speaker(s)
Make sure amplifier is grounded to
clean bare metal
Re-route RCA cables from existing
high current wiring
Insulate all bare speaker wires from
each other and chassis ground
Check/replace speaker(s)
Adjust speaker load - amplifier will
not operate at less than 4 ohms
when bridged
Check connections and reduce/
adjust input level
Incorrect input signal type or
input level too low
Check connections and increase/
adjust input level
Speaker(s) are wired out of phase
Check (+) and (-) speaker
connections
(Observe correct polarity)
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INSTALLATION
Specifications
DA602
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 20kHz):
•60 Watts RMS x 2 channels @ 4ohms
•100 Watts RMS x 2 channels @ 2ohms
•215 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 4ohms (bridged)
Peak Music Power Output: 380 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: 90dB (THD< 0.05% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 10Hz– 35kHz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x 7.9” (51 x 236 x 201 mm)
DA304
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 20kHz):
•40 Watts RMS x 4 channels @ 4ohms
•65 Watts RMS x 4 channels @ 2ohms
•160 Watts RMS x 2 channels @ 4ohms (bridged)
Peak Music Power Output: 500 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: > 90dB (THD < 0.05% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 10Hz– 35kHz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x 13.8” (51 x 236 x 351 mm)
DA604
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 20kHz):
•60 Watts RMS x 4 channels @ 4ohms
•100 Watts RMS x 4 channels @ 2ohms
•215 Watts RMS x 2 channels @ 4ohms (bridged)
Peak Music Power Output: 650 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: > 90dB (THD < 0.05% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 10Hz– 35kHz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x 15.7” (51 x 236 x 399 mm)
DA904
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 20kHz):
•90 Watts RMS x 4 channels @ 4ohms
•140 Watts RMS x 4 channels @ 2ohms
•360 Watts RMS x 2 channels @ 4ohms (bridged)
Peak Music Power Output: 110 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: > 90dB (THD < 0.05% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 10Hz– 35kHz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x 11.4” (51 x 236 x 290 mm)
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INSTALLATION
Specifications
DA4001
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 250Hz):
•850 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 2ohms
•1200 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 1ohm
Peak Music Power Output: 3200 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: > 80dB (THD < 0.5% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 20Hz -150Hz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x11.8” (51 x 236 x 300 mm)
DA6001
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 250Hz):
•1200 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 2ohms
•1800 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 1ohm
Peak Music Power Output: 4200 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: > 80dB (THD < 0.5% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 20Hz -150Hz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x 14.5” (51 x 236 x 368 mm)
DA8001
Power Output (14.4VDC, 20Hz ~ 250Hz):
•1500 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 2ohms
•2500 Watts RMS x 1 channel @ 1ohm
Peak Music Power Output: 5200 Watts
Signal to noise ratio: > 80dB (THD < 0.5% @ 4Ω, 14.4V)
Frequency response: 20Hz -150Hz (-3dB)
Amplifier dimensions: 2” x 9.3” x 17.3” (51 x 236 x 439 mm)
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One Year Limited Warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal rights.
You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Dual Electronics Corp. warrants this product
to the original purchaser to be free from
defects in material and workmanship for
a period of one year from the date of the
original purchase.
Dual Electronics Corp. agrees, at our
option, during the warranty period, to repair
any defect in material or workmanship
or to furnish an equal new, renewed
or comparable product (whichever is
deemed necessary) in exchange without
charges, subject to verification of the defect
or malfunction and proof of the date of
purchase. Subsequent replacement products
are warranted for the balance of the original
warranty period.
Who is covered? This warranty is extended
to the original retail purchaser for products
purchased from an authorized Dual dealer
and used in the U.S.A.
What is covered? This warranty covers all
defects in material and workmanship in
this product. The following are not covered:
software, installation/removal costs,
damage resulting from accident, misuse,
abuse, neglect, product modification,
improper installation, incorrect line voltage,
unauthorized repair or failure to follow
instructions supplied with the product, or
damage occurring during return shipment
of the product. Specific license conditions
and copyright notices for the software can be
found via www.dualav.com.
What to do?
1. Before you call for service, check the
troubleshooting guide in your owner’s
manual. A slight adjustment of any
custom controls may save you a service
call.
2. If you require service during the
warranty period, you must carefully
pack the product (preferably in the
original package) and ship it by prepaid
transportation with a copy of the original
receipt from the retailer to an
authorized service center.
3. Please describe your problem in writing
and include your name, a return
UPS shipping address (P.O. Box not
acceptable), and a daytime phone number
with your shipment.
4. For more information and for the location
of the nearest authorized service center
please contact us by one of the following
methods:
• Call us toll-free at 1-866-382-5476
• E-mail us at cs@dualav.com
Exclusion of Certain Damages: This warranty
is exclusive and in lieu of any and all other warranties, expressed or implied, including
without limitation the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose and any obligation, liability,
right, claim or remedy in contract or tort,
whether or not arising from the company’s
negligence, actual or imputed. No person or
representative is authorized to assume for
the company any other liability in connection
with the sale of this product. In no event
shall the company be liable for indirect,
incidental or consequential damages.
Dual Electronics Corp.
Toll Free: 1-866-382-5476
9AM-5PM, EST
www.dualav.com
©2014 Dual Electronics Corp.
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