Quantum Audio QS2250 Owner`s manual

Quantum Audio QS2250 Owner`s manual
MOSFET POWER AMPLIFIERS
Installation Instructions / Owner's Manual
QS1500D QS2150 QS2250
QS4150 QS4250
Tel : 956-428-4263 Fax : 956-421-4513
www.quantumaudio.net
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a QUANTUM AUDIO state-of-the-art power
amplifier. Your selection of a QUANTUM AUDIO product indicates a true appreciation of
fine musical reproduction. Whether adding to an existing system or including your
Quantum amplifier in a new system, you are certain to notice immediate performance
benefits.
KEEP YOUR SALES RECEIPT
Take this time to attach your sales receipt to the manual and put in a safe place. In case
of any unforeseen reason this product may need warranty service, your receipt will be
necessary to establish purchase date.
RECOMMENDATION
A power amplifier’s performance is only as good as its installation. Proper installation will
maximize the system’s overall performance. It is recommended that you have our
product installed by an authorized QUANTUM AUDIO retailer. However, if you decide to
install it yourself, please carefully read through this manual and take your time to do a
quality installation.
Due to continuing product improvements and possible manual revisions, we recommend
checking our website for latest product information at www.quantumaudio.net.
IMPORTANT! Before making any connections, disconnect the car’s battery until
the installation is completed to avoid possible damage to the electrical system.
WARNING!
Exposure to high power sound system can cause hearing loss or damage.
Listening to your system at loud levels while driving, will impair your ability to
hear traffic sounds and emergency vehicles. Use common sense when listening
to your system.
Serial #
Model #
1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Fuse amplifiers power wire at the battery.
Be sure to fuse the power wire within 12” of the car's battery. This will protect the car's
battery in case of a short circuit between the power amplifier and battery. THIS IS A
MUST, the amplifier's built-in fuse will only protect the power amplifier not the car's
battery!
Use high grade wire connectors.
To ensure maximum power transfer and secure safe connections, it is recommended to
use high grade barrier spades (for connection at amplifier) and terminal rings (for
connection at battery).
Do not run any wires underneath vehicle.
Exposed wires have a chance of being cut or damaged. It is best to run all wires through
the vehicle under the carpet and/or side panels. This lends to a cleaner installation and
less risk of damage.
Use caution when mounting amplifier.
Remember there are many electrical wires, gas lines, vacuum lines, brake lines as well
as a gas tank in the automobile. Make sure you know where they are when mounting the
amplifier to avoid puncturing lines, shorting wires or drilling holes in the gas tank.
Run signal wires away from electrical wires.
To avoid possibility of induced noise from the car's electrical system (i.e. popping noises
or engine noise), run wires away from the car's electrical wiring.
Make all ground wires as short as possible and at the same point.
In order to reduce the chance of ground loops (i.e. engine noise), make the grounding
wire as short as possible to reduce the wire's resistance. Also, when using multiple
components, make sure all units are grounded at the same point.
Avoid sharp edges when running the wires.
To avoid the possibility of power, signal or speaker shorts, be careful not to allow the
amplifier’s wires to come in contact with sharp edges. Use a grommet to protect the wire
when running through the fire wall .
2
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
DC Offset Protection
This circuit protects the output of the amplifier against DC voltage. If for some reason DC
voltage is detected at the output stage, the amplifier will shut down protecting the
speakers from direct current.
Short Circuit Protection
The circuit protects the amplifier from damage due to a short found in the speakers or
wiring. If one of the speakers or its wiring comes in contact with ground, the amplifier will
shut down. To resume normal operation, correct the problem and turn the head unit off,
then back on. The amplifier will reset and play again.
Thermal Protection
To protect the amplifier circuitry against damage caused by prolonged exposure to high
temperatures, a thermal protection circuit is activated if the amplifier reaches excessively
high operating temperature. Once the thermal circuit is activated, the amplifier will shut
down to cool off. The amplifier will automatically turn back on once it cools down to a safe
operating temperature.
Power / Protect Indicator
The power L.E.D. Illuminates green when the amplifier is on and receiving power. The
protect LED Illuminates red when the amplifier has gone into protection mode.
Built-in Crossover
The Solar Series amplifiers include a built-in variable **high and low pass crossovers.
The crossover features a variable frequency selection (30Hz ~ 250Hz Low Pass and
60Hz ~ 1.2kHz High Pass ) for precise high or low pass filtering. **Except QS1500D
which has a 40 ~ 150Hz low pass filter.
Bass EQ
For added low frequency performance the amplifiers are equipped with 0~12dB bass
boost @ 45Hz.
Stable To 2 Ohm Stereo Mode
The QS2150, QS2250, QS4150 and QS4250 are stable down to 2 ohms in stereo mode
and 4 ohms in bridged mode. The QS1500D is stable to 2 ohms mono.
3
Line Out
One set of full range line outputs have been provided for convenient connection to
additional amplifiers in the system.
Power Fusing
This protects the amplifier against short circuits and excessive current.
Remote Turn-on
Automatically turns amplifier on when connected to the head unit's remote output. The
amplifier will turn on and off with the head unit to save current consumption. This control
also operates the reset circuit for the amplifier's protection. It must be connected with the
head unit in order to reset protection circuits.
Adjustable Input Sensitivity
Allows you to fine-tune the level matching between your source and the power amplifier.
4
MOUNTING LOCATION
Before you start the installation, it will be necessary to find a mounting location for the
amplifier. Find a location in which the amplifier will receive adequate ventilation in order
to dissipate the heat it develops during operation. Two popular mounting locations are in
the trunk or under the seat.
Select the location in which you wish to mount the amplifier. Use caution when mounting
amplifier, there are many wires, gas lines, vacuum lines, brake lines as well as a gas tank
in the automobile. Make sure you know where they are when mounting the amplifier to
avoid puncturing lines, shorting wires or drilling holes in the gas tank. Once you are
ready, use a pencil to mark the mounting holes in the bottom panel. After you have
marked the locations of the holes move amplifier out of the way and drill small starter
holes to make the tapping screws easier to install. Use provided screws to tighten down
the amplifier.
+ - GND - +
R
LEVEL
BASS
EQ
HPF
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
LPF
X-OVER
full hpf
ch3 ch4
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
30Hz 250Hz
ch3-4 ch1-2
LINE INPUT
+ - GND - +
lpf
234
full hpf
ch1 ch2
L
5v .2v
0dB 12dB
5
60Hz 1.2KHz
30Hz 250Hz
lpf
MODE
OUTPUT
POWER CONNECTIONS
POWER INPUT
FUSE
SPEAKER OUTPUT
R
POWER
PROTECT
GND REM +12V
RADIO'S REMOTE
TURN-ON OUTPUT
L
BRIDGED
IN-LINE POWER FUSE
MOUNTED WITHIN 12"
FROM BATTERY RECOMMENDED
(NOT PROVIDED)
-
+
CAR BATTERY
+12V
94.7
IMPORTANT!
Before making any connections, disconnect the car’s battery until the
installation is completed to avoid possible damage to the electrical system.
Connect the amplifier to the car's battery.
At times, the amplifier will need to draw large levels of current that cannot be provided by
any circuit in the car's fuse box. We recommend using a 4 to 8 gauge power wire for your
connections depending on the amplifier and length of the wire. Strip one end of the wire
and crimp on a barrier spade connect to the terminal on the amplifier marked “+12V”.
Loosen screw terminal and connect barrier spade and tighten (QS1500D uses bare wire
connection). Use caution to make sure no stray wire stands come in contact with
surrounding terminals causing short circuits. Run the wire directly to the positive terminal
of the car's battery. Make sure to use an in-line fuse within 12” of the car's battery to
protect the electrical system and amplifier against short circuits and/or power surges.
Connect the ground terminal of the amplifier to the car's chassis.
For the ground connection, use a 4 to 8 gauge wire (black) to connect to the terminal
marked “GND” and then connect it to the car's chassis. Try to keep the length of the
cable as short as possible, preferably less than 6". Also make sure that the point on the
car where the connection is to be made is free of paint and dirt.
Connect the remote terminal of the amplifier to a switchable +12V source.
This connection allows the amplifier to be turned on and off with the power control of the
radio. If the radio has a REMOTE output terminal, connect it to the amplifier's terminal
marked “REM” (using a 16 gauge wire or heavier). Now when the radio is turned on, the
amplifier will automatically turn on. This connection can also be made to the radio’s
Power Antenna wire.
6
SIGNAL & SPEAKER CONNECTIONS
Connect the RCA output of the head unit (AM/FM cassette player, CD, or DAT) to
the RCA input terminals of the amplifier.
To make these connections, we recommend high quality RCA cables, which are
available at your local car audio retailer. Run signal wires away from electrical wires to
avoid possibility of induced noise from the car's electrical system (i.e. popping noises or
engine noise). Please note that when making these connections the signal inputs
correspond with the speaker outputs.
QS2150 & QS2250 CONNECTIONS (STEREO MODE)
In this example we have selected
HPF (High Pass Filter) for our XOVER.
Adjust the HPF (High Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your speakers
line
L
Set the “MODE” switch
to the STEREO position.
+ - GND - +
lpf
HI
INPUT
L
5v .2v
LEVEL
R R
0dB 12dB
BASS
EQ
60Hz 1.2KHz
full hpf
MONO
STEREO
X-over
Mode
30Hz 250Hz
HPF
LPF
output input
L
R
Optional full range line out connection
to additional amplifiers in the system.
POWER INPUT
FUSE
SPEAKER OUTPUT
R
GND REM +12V
POWER
PROTECT
+
7
L
BRIDGED
-
4 Ohm Speakers
(2 Ohm Minimum)
+
-
QS2150 & QS2250 CONNECTIONS (MONO MODE)
In this example we have selected
LPF (Low Pass Filter) for our XOVER.
Adjust the LPF (Low Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your speakers
Set the “MODE” switch
to the MONO position.
+ - GND - +
line
lpf
L
HI
INPUT
L
5v .2v
LEVEL
R R
0dB 12dB
BASS
EQ
60Hz 1.2KHz
HPF
full hpf
MONO
STEREO
X-over
Mode
30Hz 250Hz
LPF
output input
L
R
Optional full range line out connection
to additional amplifiers in the system.
POWER INPUT
FUSE
SPEAKER OUTPUT
R
GND REM +12V
POWER
PROTECT
L
BRIDGED
+
-
4 Ohm Speaker
8
QS4150 & QS4250 CONNECTIONS (4 CHANNEL MODE)
In this example we have selected
HPF (High Pass Filter) for our XOVER.
Adjust the HPF (High Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your speakers
+ - GND - +
R
LEVEL
BASS
EQ
HPF
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
Set the “MODE” switch
to the 4 channel position.
LPF
X-OVER
full hpf
ch3 ch4
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
lpf
30Hz 250Hz
R
234
full hpf
ch1 ch2
L
L
ch3-4 ch1-2
LINE INPUT
+ - GND - +
5v .2v
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
lpf
30Hz 250Hz
MODE
OUTPUT
Optional full range line out connection
to additional amplifiers in the system.
R
L
L
R
POWER INPUT
CH1-2 SPEAKER OUTPUT
FUSE
CH3-4 SPEAKER OUTPUT
POWER
PROTECT
R
R
L
BRIDGED
-
+
GND REM +12V
-
-
+
4 Ohm Speakers
(2 Ohm Minimum)
L
BRIDGED
+
-
4 Ohm Speakers
(2 Ohm Minimum)
9
+
QS4150 & QS4250 CONNECTIONS (3 CHANNEL MODE)
Adjust the LPF (Low Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your subwoofer
In this example we have selected
HPF (High Pass Filter) for our front channels.
In this example we have selected
LPF (Low Pass Filter) for our bridged channel.
Adjust the HPF (High Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your speakers
+ - GND - +
R
LEVEL
Set the “MODE” switch
to the 3 channel position.
BASS
EQ
HPF
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
LPF
X-OVER
full hpf
ch3 ch4
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
30Hz 250Hz
lpf
R
234
full hpf
ch1 ch2
L
L
ch3-4 ch1-2
LINE INPUT
+ - GND - +
5v .2v
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
30Hz 250Hz
lpf
MODE
OUTPUT
Optional full range line out connection
to additional amplifiers in the system.
R
L
L
R
POWER INPUT
CH1-2 SPEAKER OUTPUT
FUSE
CH3-4 SPEAKER OUTPUT
POWER
PROTECT
R
R
L
BRIDGED
-
+
GND REM +12V
-
L
BRIDGED
-
+
4 Ohm Speakers
(2 Ohm Minimum)
+
4 Ohm Speaker
**CAUTION!
In the bridged mode, the amplifier must see a 4 Ohm load or higher. Any
lower than 4 Ohms will cause the amplifier to overheat and possibly cause permanent damage
to the amplifier!
10
QS4150 & QS4250 CONNECTIONS (2 CHANNEL MODE)
In this example we have selected
LPF (Low Pass Filter) for our XOVER.
Adjust the LPF (Low Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your speakers
+ - GND - +
R
LEVEL
BASS
EQ
HPF
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
Set the “MODE” switch
to the 2 channel position.
LPF
X-OVER
full hpf
ch3 ch4
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
30Hz 250Hz
lpf
R
234
full hpf
ch1 ch2
L
L
ch3-4 ch1-2
LINE INPUT
+ - GND - +
5v .2v
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
30Hz 250Hz
lpf
MODE
OUTPUT
Optional full range line out connection
to additional amplifiers in the system.
L
CH1-2 SPEAKER OUTPUT
R
POWER INPUT
FUSE
CH3-4 SPEAKER OUTPUT
POWER
PROTECT
R
R
L
BRIDGED
-
GND REM +12V
L
BRIDGED
-
+
4 Ohm Speaker
+
4 Ohm Speaker
**CAUTION!
In the bridged mode, the amplifier must see a 4 Ohm load or higher. Any
lower than 4 Ohms will cause the amplifier to overheat and possibly cause permanent damage
to the amplifier!
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QS1500D CONNECTIONS
POWER
BASS
BOOST
SUB
SONIC
LOW
PASS
0dB 12dB
15Hz 55Hz
LEVEL
OUTPUT INPUT
L
L
PROTECT
REMOTE
CONTROL
40Hz 150Hz
5v 0.2v
R
R
Optional full range line out connection
to additional amplifiers in the system.
GND REM +12V
FUSE
L
SPEAKER OUTPUT
+
+
POWER INPUT
+
-
4 Ohm Speaker
GND REM +12V
FUSE
SPEAKER OUTPUT
+
+
POWER INPUT
+
-
4 Ohm Speaker
+
-
4 Ohm Speaker
12
R
HIGH LEVEL CONNECTIONS (OPTIONAL)
High Level inputs have been included to connect the amplifier to a radio without low-level
outputs (i.e. factory radio). This connection will allow you to connect directly to the
speaker output of the radio with out the need of an external adapter.
Determine the type of radio you have and make one of the following connections.
CAUTION!
Before making any connections determine the type of radio to avoid possible
damage to amplifier and/or radio.
line
L
+ - GND - +
lpf
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
LEVEL
R
0dB 12dB
BASS
EQ
60Hz 1.2KHz
full hpf
MONO
STEREO
X-over
Mode
30Hz 250Hz
HPF
LPF
output input
94.7
+
-
GRAY
LEFT
BROWN
LEFT
BLACK
(NOT USED)
GREEN
RIGHT
WHITE
RIGHT
+
TWO CHANNEL CONNECTIONS:
FLOATING GROUND RADIO (MOST COMMON TYPE)
line
L
+ - GND - +
lpf
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
LEVEL
R
0dB 12dB
BASS
EQ
60Hz 1.2KHz
full hpf
MONO
STEREO
X-over
Mode
30Hz 250Hz
HPF
LPF
output input
94.7
GRAY
BROWN
LEFT
+
NOT USED
BLACK GROUND
GREEN
NOT USED
WHITE RIGHT
TWO CHANNEL CONNECTIONS:
COMMON GROUND RADIO
13
+
+ - GND - +
R
BASS
EQ
HPF
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
LEVEL
LPF
X-OVER
full hpf
ch3 ch4
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
ch3-4 ch1-2
LINE INPUT
lpf
30Hz 250Hz
234
full hpf
ch1 ch2
L
5v .2v
+ - GND - +
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
lpf
30Hz 250Hz
MODE
OUTPUT
94.7
+
-
RIGHT
GRAY
RIGHT
BROWN
RIGHT
(NOT USED)
BLACK (GROUND)
GREEN
LEFT
WHITE
LEFT
RIGHT
+
-
(NOT USED)
+
LEFT
GREEN
BLACK (GROUND)
+
LEFT
WHITE
BROWN
GRAY
FOUR CHANNEL CONNECTIONS:
FLOATING GROUND RADIO (MOST COMMON TYPE)
+ - GND - +
R
LEVEL
BASS
EQ
HPF
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
LPF
X-OVER
full hpf
ch3 ch4
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
ch3-4 ch1-2
LINE INPUT
+ - GND - +
lpf
30Hz 250Hz
234
full hpf
ch1 ch2
L
5v .2v
0dB 12dB
60Hz 1.2KHz
lpf
30Hz 250Hz
MODE
94.7
GRAY
BROWN
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
+
RIGHT
RIGHT
(NOT USED)
GROUND
GROUND
(NOT USED)
(NOT USED)
LEFT
+
(NOT USED)
+
LEFT
FOUR CHANNEL CONNECTIONS:
COMMON GROUND RADIO (MOST COMMON TYPE)
14
+
WHITE
GREEN
BLACK
BROWN
GRAY
OUTPUT
REMOTE BASS CONTROL MODULE (QS1500D)
Before connecting the remote, it will be necessary to find a mounting location that will be
easy to access for adjustment. Once you select your mounting location, you will need to
run the control wire from the remote to the amplifier. To avoid possibility of induced noise
from the car's electrical system (i.e. popping noises or engine noise), run the cable from
the remote to the amplifier away from the car's electrical wiring.
POWER
BASS
BOOST
SUB
SONIC
0dB 12dB
15Hz 55Hz
LOW
PASS
LEVEL
OUTPUT INPUT
L
PROTECT
REMOTE
CONTROL
40Hz 150Hz
5v 0.2v
R
Subsonic Filter - On the QS1500D a subsonic filter has been
provided to filter out unwanted subsonic bass frequencies
below the audible range of the subwoofer . This feature helps
to improve the amplifiers overall performance since power
is not wasted reproducing frequencies beyond the speakers
operating range. This feature works in conjunction with the
Low-pass crossover to provide band-pass filtering.
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ADJUSTING THE CROSSOVER AND BASS
.
The SOLAR series amplifiers are equipped with a built-in variable crossover network
allowing you to select the crossover type (i.e. Low-Pass or High-Pass) and the desired
crossover point. For example if you wish to drive a pair of subwoofers, you can select the
“Low Pass” setting on the amplifier to filter out high frequencies. This will send only low
frequencies to your subwoofers (see example settings below). The crossover point
should be determined by the speakers operating range. Please refer to speaker
manufactures recommended crossover point.
In this example we have selected
LPF (Low Pass Filter) for our XOVER.
Bass Boost @ 45Hz
0 ~ 12dB
Adjust the LPF (Low Pass Frequency)
to desired crossover point for your speakers
+ - GND - +
line
lpf
L
HI
INPUT
5v .2v
LEVEL
R
0dB 12dB
BASS
EQ
60Hz 1.2KHz
HPF
full hpf
MONO
STEREO
X-over
Mode
30Hz 250Hz
LPF
output input
FINE TUNE THE SYSTEM
Fine tune the amplifier's input sensitivity.
The input gain sensitivity control for the “Solar Series”
amplifier is located on the side panel. This gain control
has been included to allow adjustment to properly
match the output of the radio. This is one of the most
5v .2v
misunderstood adjustments. By rotating the control in
the clockwise direction, the amplifier‘s input will
become more sensitive and the music will play louder. This
is not a volume control and you will not get more power out of the amplifier in the
maximum position! It may seem to deliver more output, but actually the system is only
playing louder faster as you turn the volume control on the radio. Ideally, to properly level
match the system the goal is to achieve maximum output from the amplifier without
distortion at about 3/4 of the volume control.
To determine if the amplifier’s gain is set properly, turn the system on and slowly increase
the volume control. You should be able to use about 3/4 volume before the system gets
loud but not distorting. It is very important when making these adjustments that you do
not over drive the speakers (at point of distortion) this will cause permanent damage to
the speakers. If you are unable to achieve 3/4 volume before distortion you will need to
adjust gain control (in this case you would reduce the gain). The gain controls should be
adjusted very slowly. It may help to have another person to assist you by adjusting the
gain controls while you listen for distortion.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING THE SYSTEM
We have put together this trouble-shooting guide if you experience problems after
installing the amplifier. Please keep in mind that the majority of problems incurred are
caused by improper installation and not the equipment itself. In addition, there are many
components in the system that could cause various signal problems such as inducted
electrical noise and engine noise.
Before you can properly address the problem, you must first find the component that is
causing the problem. This will take patience and a process of elimination.
LOOK FOR....
SOLUTION
No Output
Blown fuse
Bad RCA Cable(s)
+12V at power terminal
+12V at remote terminal
Grounding point clean and tight
Head Unit's fader not in center position
Replace
Replace
Check connection
Check connection
Check for ground w/meter
Set to center position
Low Output
Check level adjustments
Bad RCA cable(s)
Improper level matching
Re-adjust
Replace
Re-adjust
Engine Noise
Grounding points are clean and tight
Ground all components at same point
Try different grounding point
Bad RCA cable(s)
Use High Quality shielded RCA cables
Low Vehicle charging system and/or battery
Check for ground w/meter
Ground at same point
Change for better ground
Replace
Rejects inducted noise
Fix and/or replace
Red Protection L.E.D. Illuminated
Speaker short
Check speakers connection
for short circuit
Make sure speaker wires
do not touch chassis ground
Check speaker impedance
(Min 2 ohm Stereo, 4 Mono)
Check mounting location
for Adequate air Circulation
Speaker impedance too low
Speaker grounding out
Impedance too low
Overheating
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SPECIFICATIONS
QS2150
Dynamic Power
Output Power @ 14.4 VDC :
4 ohm
2 ohm
Bridged 4 ohm
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio (A-weight)
THD with 80k filter
Low Input Level
Battery Voltage Range
Crossover Type
Low Pass Crossover Frequency
High Pass Crossover Frequency
Crossover Slope
Bass EQ
Subsonic Filter
Amplifier Fuse & Holder
Size (L x W x H)
Dynamic Power
Output Power @ 14.4 VDC :
4 ohm
2 ohm
Bridged 4 ohm
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio (A-weight)
THD with 80k filter
Low Input Level
Battery Voltage Range
Crossover Type
Low Pass Crossover Frequency
High Pass Crossover Frequency
Crossover Slope
Bass EQ
Subsonic Filter
Amplifier Fuse & Holder
Size (L x W x H)
QS4150
QS2250
400W
800W
800W
2 x 150W
2 x 200W
1 x 400W
20Hz-28KHz
>95dB
<0.05%
200mV-5V
11VDC-14.4VDC
HPF/FULL/LPF
30Hz-250Hz
60Hz-1.2kHz
12dB/Oct
[email protected]
N/A
1 x 30A
1
1
7
7 /8” x 9 /2” x 2 /8”
2 x 250W
2 x 400W
1 x 800W
20Hz-28KHz
>95dB
<0.05%
200mV-5V
11VDC-14.4VDC
HPF/FULL/LPF
30Hz-250Hz
60Hz-1.2kHz
12dB/Oct
[email protected]
N/A
2 x 30A
5
12 /8”x 9 1/2” x 2 1/8”
4 x 150W
4 x 200W
2 x 400W
20Hz-28KHz
>95dB
<0.05%
200mV-5V
11VDC-14.4VDC
HPF/FULL/LPF
30Hz-250Hz
60Hz-1.2kHz
12dB/Oct
[email protected]
N/A
2 x 20A
5
12 /8”x 9 1/2” x 2 1 /8”
QS4250
QS1500D
1600W
1500W
4 x 250W
4 x 400W
2 x 800W
20Hz-28KHz
>95dB
<0.05%
200mV-5V
11VDC-14.4VDC
HPF/FULL/LPF
30Hz-250Hz
60Hz-1.2kHz
12dB/Oct
[email protected]
N/A
2 x 30A
3
15 /4”x 9 1/2” x 2 1/8”
1 x 750W
1 x 1500W
---20Hz-150Hz
>95dB
<0.05%
200mV-5V
11VDC-14.4VDC
LP
40Hz-150Hz
----12dB/Oct
[email protected]
15Hz-55Hz
4 x 25A
7
15 /8”x 9 1/2” x 2 1/8”
Due to continuing product improvement, specifications subject to change without notice.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Quantum Audio warrants any products purchased in the U.S.A.
from an authorized Quantum Audio dealer. All products are warranted to
be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and
service for a period of one (1) year. This warranty applies to the original
purchase only.
Quantum Audio will either repair or replace (as its option) any
unit that has been found to be defective and under warranty provided the
defect occurs within the one (1) year warranty period.
This limited warranty does not extent to units that have been
subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect, or accident. In Quantum Audio's
judgment, products that show evidence of having been altered,
modified, or serviced without Quantum Audio's authorization, will be
ineligible under this warranty.
To obtain warranty service please contact your retailer or visit
our web site at www.quantumaudio.net for more details.
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Tel : 956-428-4263 Fax : 956-421-4513
www.quantumaudio.net
www.extremeconcepts.com
SOLAR AMP REV 1.17.05
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