EN
INFINITY KAPPA
K2/K4/K5/K600/K1000 POWER AMPLIFIER
OWNER'S MANUAL AND INSTALLATION GUIDE
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE . . .
Your Infinity product has been designed to provide you with the performance and ease of operation you would expect from Infinity.
• Please take time to read your owner's manual in its entirety before operating or installing your amplifier.
• Keep the owner's manual for your amplifier in your glove compartment along with the owner's manual for your car.
• Put your amplifier sales receipt with other important documents in order to expedite warranty service if needed.
Kappa mono and full-range multi-channel amplifiers deliver the efficiency and power you expect from Class D amps. The subwoofer
amplifiers feature high efficiency design, a low-noise and low-distortion signal path, and low-level and high-level inputs.
The 2-, 4- and 5-channel amplifiers offer Bluetooth audio streaming. Kappa amps also feature Party Mode™, a multi-pairing
Bluetooth feature which lets up to three of the vehicle’s occupants stream their music over the audio system. Clari-Fi™ audio
restoration technology—a feature exclusive to Infinity—improves the overall audio quality of compressed files and restores natural
warmth and ambience to the music. You will discover numerous other features and refinements to shape the car audio experience
to suit your personal preference.
ABOUT THE MANUAL
This manual describes general installation guidelines and operation instructions. However, please note that proper installation of
mobile audio and video components requires qualified experience with mechanical and electrical procedures. If you do not have the
knowledge and tools to successfully perform this installation, we strongly recommend consulting an authorized Infinity dealer about
your installation options. Keep all instructions and sales receipts for reference. Consider this manual as an indispensable feature
of your amplifier.
KAPPA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: PICTORIAL INDEX OF INPUT CONNECTIONS
........................................................................................................01
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION AND WIRING
........................................................................................................02
What's in the box
Precautions
1. Speaker output connectors
2.Fuses
3. Power input connectors
4. Remote (K600, K1000, K5)
5. Front and rear inputs and outputs (RCA)
6. Input level
7. Crossover filter selectors
8.Gain
9. Crossover frequency controls
10. ADAS Assign (K2, K4, K5)
11. Controller (K2, K4, K5)
12. REM (K2, K4)
13. ADAS Input (K2, K4, K5)
14. Input for firmware updates
15. Level meter
16. Power/Protect Indicator
17. Clari-Fi indicator (K2, K4, K5)
18. Party mode indicator (K2, K4, K5)
19. Bluetooth indicator (K2, K4, K5)
........................................................................................................02
........................................................................................................02
........................................................................................................03
........................................................................................................05
........................................................................................................05
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................06
........................................................................................................07
........................................................................................................07
........................................................................................................08
........................................................................................................08
........................................................................................................08
........................................................................................................08
........................................................................................................08
........................................................................................................08
........................................................................................................08
CHAPTER 3: REMOTE CONTROLLER (Controls and Indicators) 20. Phone Call button 21. Phone End button
22. Power/Protect Indicator
23. Clari-Fi indicator 24. Operating mode indicator 25. Bluetooth indicator 26. Operating mode button
27. Power button
28. Bluetooth pairing button
29. Clari-Fi button
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................09
........................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................10
CHAPTER 4: OPERATIONS
Bluetooth Functions
Party Mode
Audio Input Priorities
Clari-Fi Audio Restoration Technology
Setting the Input Level Controls
Setting the Crossover
Adjusting the subwoofer
Selecting subwoofer phase
Setting the Dynamic Bass Optimizer
........................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................10
........................................................................................................11
........................................................................................................11
........................................................................................................11
........................................................................................................12
........................................................................................................12
........................................................................................................12
........................................................................................................12
CHAPTER 5: TROUBLESHOOTING
........................................................................................................13
CHAPTER 6: SPECIFICATIONS
........................................................................................................14
CHAPTER 1: PICTORIAL INDEX OF INPUT CONNECTIONS
Kappa Amplifier front panel
2
1
Kappa Amplifier back panel
6
8
REAR
REAR
5
Kappa Amplifier top panel
1
15
7
16
17
3
FRONT
9
18
19
11
12
13
14
FRONT
ADAS
ASSIGN
10
KAPPA
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION AND WIRING
What's in the box:
1 amplifier
2 spare fuses (X1 K2; X3 K1000, K5)
1 cabin-mounted control panel (K2, K4, K5)
4 RCA adapters (X2 K2, K600, K1000)
1 REM adapter (K2 and K4 models)
4 screws
Owner's Manual
Precautions:
IMPORTANT: Disconnect the vehicle’s negative (–) battery terminal before beginning the installation.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Wear protective eyewear when using tools.
Choose a safe mounting location, away from moisture. Check clearances on both sides of a planned mounting surface.
When drilling or cutting in the mounting area use caution that screws or wires will not puncture brake lines, fuel lines, or wiring
harnesses. Make sure wire routing will not interfere with safe vehicle operation.
When making electrical connections, make sure they are secure and properly insulated.
If you must replace any of the amplifier’s fuses, use the same type of fuse and current rating as the original.
To keep the amplifier cool, choose a dry but ventilated mounting location that provides enough air circulation such as under a seat or in
the trunk.
Do not mount the amplifier with the heatsink facing downward, as this interferes with cooling.
Mount the amplifier so that it will not be damaged by feet of backseat passengers or shifting cargo in the trunk.
Use the amplifier as a template to mark locations of the mounting holes on the mounting surface. Drill pilot holes in the mounting surface.
Attach the amplifier to the mounting surface with four appropriate mounting screws.
NOTE: You may find it more convenient to make all of the connections to the amplifier before you permanently mount it.
2
1. SPEAKER OUTPUT CONNECTORS:
Connect speakers to terminals observing proper polarity: connect each speaker’s positive (+) lead to the appropriate positive (+) terminal,
and negative (-) lead to the appropriate negative (-) terminal.
•The K2 features L+, L-, R+, and R- terminals
• For 2-channel operation connect the left speaker to the L+ and L- terminals, and right speaker to the Front R+ and R- terminals.
Left
Speaker
3
Right
Speaker
• For mono (bridged) operation connect the speaker’s positive (+) lead to the L+ terminal, and the negative (-) lead to the R- terminal.
KAPPA
•The K4 features Front L+, L-, R+, and R- terminals, and Rear L+, L-, R+, and R- terminals.
• For 4-channel operation connect the front left speaker to the Front L+ and L- terminals, and front right speaker to the Front R+ and
R- terminals. Connect the rear left speaker to the Rear L+ and L- terminals, and rear right speaker to the Rear R+ and R- terminals.
Front Left
Speaker
Front Right
Speaker
Rear Left
Speaker
Rear Right
Speaker
For 3-channel operation connect the stereo speakers to the Front terminals as described above. Connect the single speaker’s + lead
to the Rear L+ terminal, and the - lead to the Rear R- terminal.
• For 2-channel (bridged) operation connect one speaker’s + lead to the Front L+ terminal, and the - lead to the Front R- terminal.
Connect the other speaker’s + lead to the Rear L+ terminal, and the - lead to the Rear R- terminal.
Left
Speaker
Right
Speaker
4
•The K5 features Front L+, L-, R+, and R- terminals; Rear L+, L-, R+, and R- terminals; and Sub + and - terminals.
• For 5-channel operation connect the front left speaker to the Front L+ and L- terminals, and the front right speaker to the Front R+ and
R- terminals. Connect the rear left speaker to the Rear L+ and L- terminals, and the rear right speaker to the Rear R+ and R- terminals.
Connect the subwoofer’s positive (+) lead to the + terminal, and the negative (-) lead to the - terminal.
•The K600 and K1000 feature two positive (+) and two negative (-) terminals.
• To power two subwoofers, connect one sub’s positive (+) and negative (-) leads to the positive and negative terminals on the left, and
the other sub’s positive and negative leads to the positive and negative terminals on the right. The terminals are internally paralleled.
• If you are connecting only one sub, you can use either set of positive and negative terminals.
• NOTE: Minimum speaker impedance for stereo full-range and subwoofer operation is 2ohms. Minimum speaker impedance for bridged
operation is 4ohms.
2. Fuses:
Replace only with fuses of the same amperage.
• For the K2, K4, K5 use 30 Amp.
• For the K600, K1000 use 35 Amp.
3. Power Input Connectors:
• Power: Run power wire from the +12V input to the positive terminal of the vehicle’s battery. Install an appropriate fuse holder and fuse
(60A minimum) within 18" (457mm) of the battery. Make sure the wire is not damaged or pinched during installation. Install protective
grommets when routing wires through the bulkhead or other sheet metal. Use larger-gauge wiring for longer runs.
• K2, K4 minimum wire size: 10 gauge
• K600, K1000, K5 minimum wire size: 8 gauge
• Ground: Run a wire (the same gauge as the power wire) from the GND input to a factory bolt in the vehicle’s chassis (see illustration below).
NOTE: Remove any paint from the chassis for best contact. Use a star washer below the ring connector for a secure connection.
Factory Bolt
Ring Connector
Ground Wi re
Note: Remove any paint
below ring connector
5
Star Washer
KAPPA
4. Remote (K600, K1000, K5):
Connect an 18awg wire from the “Remote Out” lead of the source unit to the REM input. This lead detects signal and instructs the amplifier to
turn on. (See 12. REM below for remote connection info for the K2 and K4 models.)
Kappa REM input power block
+12V
REM
GND
5. Front and rear inputs and outputs (RCA):
• If your source unit offers preamp outputs, connect to the FRONT, REAR, and/or SUB inputs using RCA patch cables.
• To connect a second amp directly to the amplifier, run a patch cable from the PRE OUT outputs to the second amp’s preamp inputs. (Available
on K2 and K4 amplifiers only.)
6. Input level:
Select LO if providing signal to the amp using line-level connections. Select HI1 or HI2 if using speaker-level connections.
7. Crossover filter selectors (K2, K4, K5):
Slider switches for selecting high-pass (HP), low-pass (LP), or FULL. K600 and K1000 filters are low pass only. (See Setting the Crossover in
Chapter 4.)
8. Gain:
Use input level controls to match the amp’s input sensitivity to the output level of your source unit. (See Setting the input levels in Chapter 4 for
a recommended adjustment procedure.)
9. Crossover Frequency Controls:
Use crossover-filter frequency controls for adjusting crossover point settings for full-range speakers and subwoofers. (See Setting the
Crossover in Chapter 4.)
10. ADAS Assign (K2, K4, K5):
When you connect your ADAS system to your Kappa amp (cable sold separately), the amp will broadcast your vehicle’s driver assistance
messages, such as lane-departure warnings. By turning the ADAS Assign dial you can select the speaker the messages will be broadcast over.
You can choose to hear messages over your front left or FL (driver’s side), front right or FR (passenger side), rear left, or rear right speaker.
Your music will mute when a warning or message is broadcast, then resume when they’re finished.
6
11. Controller (K2, K4, K5):
Connect the supplied control panel to the amplifier’s Controller connector, as shown in the illustration below. The control panel includes a long
cable and a mounting flange, allowing it to be mounted in a convenient location in the vehicle’s cabin.
12. REM (K2, K4):
Connect an 18awg wire from the Remote Out lead of the source unit to the included connector, and then plug the connector into this input (see
illustration below). The REM lead detects signal and instructs the amplifier to turn on/off.
Kappa remote lead connector
Remote turn-on lead from source unit
In addition to REM inputs that turn on the amp, there are REM outputs that can be used to turn on other amps. If the amp auto turns on when
detecting a Bluetooth signal or ADAS input, its REM outputs will turn on the other amps as well.
7
KAPPA
13. ADAS Input (K2, K4, K5):
ADAS input channel sequence: 1. FL- 2. FL+ 3. FR- 4. FR+ 5. RL- 6. RL+ 7. RR- 8. RR+
14. Input for firmware updates:
Micro USB input for connecting to a computer for firmware updates, if required. Current software version can be checked by pressing and
holding the Phone End button on remote controller for at least 10 seconds (see 21. Phone End button below). Upgrade mode can be entered by
pressing and holding the Clari-Fi button on remote controller for at least 10 seconds, until all four indicator lights flash for one second (see
29. Clari-Fi button below).
15. Level meter:
This meter has four rows of LEDs on the top panel of the amp indicating how loudly each channel is playing. (FL = front left, FR = front right,
RL = rear left, RR = rear right.) K5 also has LED meter on top panel for fifth sub channel.
16. Power/Protect indicator:
The light will illuminate in white when the amp is receiving power and playing. The indicator will turn red if the amp enters Protect mode in the
event of conditions such as over/under voltage, short circuit, amplifier output circuit failure, excessive heat, and shut itself down. (Find indicator
located on top panel of amp and also on front of remote controller.)
17. Clari-Fi indicator (K2, K4, K5):
The light will illuminate when Clari-Fi has been engaged is applying sound restoration technology to all signals passing through the amp, wired
or wirelessly.
18. Party Mode indicator (K2, K4, K5):
The light will illuminate when Party Mode has been engaged (see 26. Party Mode button on remote controller) and multiple paired devices are
able to stream music wirelessly to the amp over Bluetooth.
19. Bluetooth® indicator (K2, K4, K5):
The light will illuminate when Bluetooth is active and the amp is paired with a compatible device (see 25. Bluetooth Pairing button).
8
CHAPTER 3: REMOTE CONTROLLER (Controls and Indicators)
20 22
21
23
24
27
28
25 26
29
20. Phone Call button and 21. Phone End button:
Call status
Press Phone Call button to…
Press Phone End button to…
Outgoing call is ringing
N/A
Cancel the outgoing call
Incoming call is ringing
Answer the call
Reject the call
Call is active
Transfer the call audio to the phone for
private conversation
Hang up the call
Call waiting: a second incoming call is
ringing
Put the active call on hold and answer
the incoming second call
Reject the incoming second call
Call waiting: first call is active, second
call is on hold
Put the current call on hold and switch
to the second call
Hang up the current call and switch to
the second call
NOTE: Call waiting statuses only apply to one connected phone handling two incoming calls. You cannot use Bluetooth to answer or switch
between calls from two connected phones.
22. Power/Protect indicator:
The light will illuminate in white when the amp is receiving power and playing. The indicator will turn red if the amp enters Protect mode as a
result of conditions such as DC Output, over/under voltage, amplifier output circuit failure, excessive heat, and will shut itself down.
23. Clari-Fi indicator:
This light will illuminate when Clari-fi is engaged.
24. Party Mode indicator:
The light will illuminate when Party Mode has been engaged (see 26. Party Mode button).
25. Bluetooth indicator:
The light will illuminate when Bluetooth is active and the amp is paired with a compatible device. (See 28. Bluetooth Pairing button).
9
KAPPA
26. Party Mode button:
When the light is illuminated, Operating Mode has been engaged and up to three devices may stream content without a permanent Bluetooth
pairing. (See 28. Bluetooth Pairing button and more about Operating Mode in Chapter 4).
27. Power button:
Press power button to turn the amplifier on or off.
28. Bluetooth pairing button:
To pair a device, press the Bluetooth button, then select the Kappa amplifier from the list of available devices that appear on your phone. (See
more about Bluetooth functionality in Chapter 4).
29. Clari-Fi button:
Press this button to engage Clari-Fi, which automatically applies the appropriate amount of Sound Restoration technology required by the signal
coming into the amp, whether through high-level inputs, low-level inputs, or wirelessly. Leave Clari-Fi engaged since it automatically detects and
restores compressed music files and will have no effect on uncompressed sources.
CHAPTER 4: OPERATIONS
Bluetooth functionality
• Once pairing is complete with a compatible cellular phone, you will be able to make and receive phone calls hands free. You will hear your
caller’s voice over the car speakers and a mic built into the cabin controller will pick up your voice. Any music playing will mute when a call
comes in and will stay muted for the duration of the call. Built-in echo cancellation improves call quality by preventing feedback from your
car’s speakers.
• You will be able to stream music from a paired device directly to your Kappa amp. The amp will play audio files that are stored on your device
or from apps on your paired cellular phone.
• Your Kappa amp can remember up to 8 paired devices and will automatically recognize and pair with remembered devices. You can pair up
to 3 devices simultaneously in Party Mode and 2 devices in multi-point mode. (See below operating mode.)
Supported Bluetooth Protocols
Protocol
Function
A2DP 1.3
Music streaming from compatible devices
AVRCP 1.5
Synching volume of device and amp; automatic pausing of
music when superseded by audio from a second device
HFP 1.6
Hands-free calling
Operating Mode
• Your Kappa amp features two Bluetooth connection modes: Normal and Party Mode.
• Normal Mode lets you connect two devices at once for hands-free calling and audio streaming. Audio will stream from the device most
recently selected. NOTE: When making or receiving calls, your Kappa amp can handle only one phone call at a time.
• Party Mode lets you connect three devices simultaneously and play music from each—one device at a time. Audio will stream from the device
most recently selected, while audio from other AVRCP-compatible devices will pause. You cannot engage in hands-free calling in Party Mode.
• To engage Party Mode, press the Party Mode button on remote controller and an indicator light will illuminate on the remote controller when
Party Mode is active. Press the button again to disengage Party Mode and enter Normal Mode.
10
Audio input priorities
For safety and ease of operation reasons, your Kappa amp prioritizes audio inputs as follows: 1) ADAS, 2) Bluetooth calls, 3) music/analog audio.
1) ADAS messages will broadcast over phone calls and analog audio signals.
2) Bluetooth phone calls will play over analog audio signals.
3) Analog audio will play when neither ADAS nor Bluetooth call signals are present.
Clari-Fi Audio Restoration Technology
• Clari-Fi Audio Restoration technology improves the sound of compressed music such as satellite radio or MP3 files. By analyzing the
input signal, Clari-Fi restores information that's been lost in the compression process, rebuilding lost details and extending high-frequency
bandwidth.
• Clari-Fi applies different degrees of processing as necessary. More compressed files will receive more restoration while less compressed
music will receive less.
To engage, press the Clari-Fi button on remote controller. An indicator light will illuminate on the remote controller when Clari-Fi is active.
Setting the input level controls
To match your amplifier’s input sensitivity (gain) to your source unit’s output level, we recommend the following procedure:
A. Turn both input level controls counterclockwise to MIN (minimum).
B. Play a dynamic music track through your source unit. Turn the source unit’s volume control to the 3/4 position.
C. Turn front input level control dial clockwise towards MAX until it no longer sounds clear and there are crackling, crunching, hissing or other
types of distortion interfering with the distinct sounds of a musical instrument.
D. Slowly turn the front level input control dial counterclockwise until the music sounds clear again, then note or mark where the dial is. That
mark is now your maximum volume setting for clear audio.
E. Your front input level is now correctly set. Repeat this process with the rear channels.
A
11
B
C
D
E
KAPPA
Setting the crossover (K2, K4, K600)
Properly setting crossover filter selectors optimizes frequency distribution for efficient speaker operation and best sound.
Step 1: Use the slider controls to select low-pass (LP), FULL, or high-pass (HP).
• LP: Low pass. Choose this setting if you are connecting a subwoofer(s) or want to provide a low-pass filter for separate mid-bass speakers.
NOTE: the K600 and K1000 feature low-pass crossovers only.
• FULL: Full range. Choose this setting if you are connecting full-range speakers and are not using a subwoofer in your system.
• HP: High pass. Choose this setting to prevent low bass from reaching midrange or full-range speakers when you are using a subwoofer in
your system.
Step 2: Use crossover-filter frequency controls to adjust crossover point settings for coaxial speakers and subwoofers to suit listener preference.
Turn the dials to the left to lower the crossover point and to the right to raise the crossover point. Exact crossover settings for coaxial speakers
and subwoofers finally depend on your listening preferences. NOTE: crossover point does not apply in FULL mode.
Adjusting the subwoofer
Select INT if you’re connecting a subwoofer to the K5 amplifier and if your source unit does not feature a subwoofer output (this will send a
summed audio signal to the subwoofer). If your source unit does feature a subwoofer output, select EXT to connect to that output.
SUB INPUT
INT
EXT
Selecting subwoofer Phase (K600, K1000, K5)
You can choose a subwoofer phase output of 0° or 180°. To check your sub's phase, play music with lots of bass and listen as another person
slowly flips the 0/180 degree phase switch back and forth. The correct setting is the one that gives you more bass. If you don't detect any real
difference, leave the switch in the 0 setting.
PHASE
0º
180º
BASS BOOST
DBO: Variable Subsonic High-Pass Filter with Variable Boost (Q)
• For woofers in tuned (vented) enclosures, set the frequency control to a value 10Hz below the enclosure's
resonance (tuned frequency).
•
••
0dB+ 12dB
• For woofers in sealed enclosures, set the control to any value you prefer between 30Hz and 50Hz.
• Set the Boost control according to your preference being careful not to apply excessive boost that would
damage your woofer(s).
• DBO Boost control provides up to 12dB of boost, slightly above the high-pass filter's frequency.
• DBO High-Pass filter Frequency control is variable between 10Hz and 80Hz.
•
••
10Hz 80Hz
HP FREQ
DBO
12
CHAPTER 5: TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM: No audio and POWER INDICATOR is off.
CAUSE and SOLUTION: No voltage at BATT+ and/or REM terminals, or bad or no ground connection. Check voltages at amplifier terminals
with VOM.
PROBLEM: No audio and PROTECT INDICATOR flashes every 4 seconds.
CAUSE and SOLUTION: DC voltage on amplifier output. Amplifier may need service; see enclosed warranty card for service information.
PROBLEM: No audio and PROTECT INDICATOR is on.
CAUSE and SOLUTION: Amplifier is overheated. Make sure amplifier cooling is not blocked at mounting location. Verify that speaker-system
impedance is within specified limits. Or, there may be voltage greater than 16V (or less than 8.5V) on BATT+ connection. Check vehicle
charging system.
PROBLEM: No audio and PROTECT and POWER INDICATORS flash.
CAUSE and SOLUTION: Voltage less than 9V on BATT+ connection. Check vehicle charging system.
PROBLEM: Distorted audio.
CAUSE and SOLUTION: Gain is not set properly. Check INPUT LEVEL setting. Check speaker wires for shorts or grounds. Amplifier or source unit
may be defective.
PROBLEM: Distorted audio and PROTECT INDICATOR flashes.
CAUSE and SOLUTION: Short circuit in speaker or wire. Remove speaker leads one at a time to locate shorted speaker or wire, and repair.
PROBLEM: Music lacks dynamics or "punch."
CAUSE and SOLUTION: Speakers are not connected properly. Check speaker connections for proper polarity.
PROBLEM: Amplifier fuse keeps blowing.
CAUSE and PROBLEM: The wiring is connected incorrectly or there is a short circuit. Review installation precautions and procedures in manual.
Check wiring connections.
PROBLEM: Engine noise—whining or clicking—in system when the engine is on.
CAUSE and PROBLEM: Amplifier is picking up alternator noise. Turn down gain. Move audio cables away from power wires. Install an alternator
noise filter on power line between battery and alternator. Check ground connections on the amplifier since a loose or improper ground is one
of the main causes for extraneous noise in your audio system.
13
KAPPA
CHAPTER 6: SPECIFICATIONS
Model
RMS power @ 4 ohms
RMS power @ 2 ohms
RMS power @ 4
ohms Bridged
Total peak
power
Frequency
response
Maximum
signal input
Maximum
sensitivity
Line in signal-to-noise
ratio (reference to 1 watt)
K2
100W x 2, ≤0.1% THD+N
120W x 2, ≤0.1% THD+N
240W x 1, ≤0.3%
THD+N
700W
15Hz-35kHz
10V
200mV
≥75dBA
K4
100W x 4, ≤0.1% THD+N
120W x 4, ≤0.1% THD+N
240W x 2, ≤0.3%
THD+N
1500W
15Hz-35kHz
10V
200mV
≥75dBA
75W x 4, ≤0.1% THD+N
100W x 4, ≤0.1% THD+N
200W x 2, ≤0.3%
THD+N
10V
200mV
K5
2300W
15Hz-35kHz
(full range),
≥75dBA (full)
200W x 1, ≤0.1% THD+N
350W x 1, ≤0.1% THD+N
–
15Hz-320Hz (sub)
≥80dBA (sub)
K600
380W x 1, ≤0.1% THD+N
600W x 1, ≤0.1% THD+N
–
1500W
15Hz-320Hz
20V
200mV
≥80dBA
K1000
700W x 1, ≤0.1% THD+N
1000W x 1, ≤0.1% THD+N
–
2600W
15Hz-320Hz
20V
200mV
≥80dBA
Model
BT signal-to-noise ratio
(reference to 1 watt)
THD+N at rated
power (@ 1K)
Bluetooth
version
Supported codecs
Dimensions
(H x W x D)mm
Unit Weight
(lbs.)
Operating
voltage
Fuse size
K2
≥80dBA
≤0.1%
Bluetooth 3.0+EDR
A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.5,
HFP V1.6
225 x 177 x 43mm
8-7/8” x 7” x 1-3/4”
3.1kg
6.9 lbs.
9-16VDC
30A x 1
K4
≥80dBA
≤0.1%
Bluetooth 3.1+EDR
A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.5,
HFP V1.6
260 x 177 x 43mm
10-1/4” x 7” x 1-3/4”
3.6kg
7.9 lbs.
9-16VDC
30A x 2
K5
≥80dBA
Bluetooth 3.4+EDR
A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.5,
HFP V1.6
335 x 177 x 43mm
13-1/4” x 7” x 1-3/4”
4.4kg
9.7 lbs.
9-16VDC
30A x 3
≤0.1%
≤0.1% (@ 50Hz)
K600
N/A
≤0.1% (@ 50Hz)
Bluetooth 3.4+EDR
A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.5,
HFP V1.6
260 x 177 x 43mm
10-1/4” x 7” x 1-3/4”
2.8kg
6.2 lbs.
9-16VDC
35A x 2
K1000
N/A
≤0.1% (@ 50Hz)
Bluetooth 3.5+EDR
A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.5,
HFP V1.6
335 x 177 x 43mm
13-1/4” x 7” x 1-3/4”
3.7kg
8.2 lbs.
9-16VDC
35A x 3
14
HARMAN International Industries, Inc.
8500 Balboa Boulevard, Northridge, CA 91329 USA
www.infinityspeakers.com
© 2016 HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Infinity is a trademark of
HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated, registered in the United States and/or other countries.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated is under license. Other trademarks
and trade names are those of their respective owners. Features, specifications and appearance are
subject to change without notice.
Download PDF