Pioneer GM-D9705 5-Channel – Class D, 2000w Max Power – Amplifier
- 2000W Max 5 Channel GM Digital Champion Series Class D Amplifier w/ Wired Bass Boost Remote
- RMS: 75 Watts x 4 + 350 Watts x 1 @ 4 ohms
- RMS: 100 Watts x 4 + 600 Watts x 1 @ 2 ohms
- 200 Watts RMS x 2 @ 4 ohms, Bridged
- Total Peak Power: 2000 Watts
- CEA-2006 Compliant
- CEA-2006 Compliant Amplifier
- Wired remote bass boost level control included
- Speaker-level (high-level) inputs
The Pioneer GM-D9705 is your “all-in-one” solution when looking for additional power. With a compact footprint, speaker line input (and signal sensing turn-on), remote bass control all powered by a “Class-D” amplifier you have the power in your hands!
PACKS A PUNCH
The 5-channel amplifier is rated at 2000 watts max with the A and B channels rated at 75 watts x 4 (RMS) and the subwoofer output rated at 600 watts at 2 (RMS). Compared to similarly priced multichannel amplifiers, the variable crossover networks on the GM-D9705 offer increased flexibility and give listeners more control. Block terminals for a cleaner installation and direct wire contact minimizing resistance.
VARIABLE LOW PASS FILTER
For extra flexibility, a variable LPF makes audio frequency more adjustable according to subwoofer characteristics and personal listening preferences. The LPF is adjustable from 40 Hz to 240 Hz.
TURN UP THE BASS
The GM-D9705 also features a Bass Boost Remote for optimal bass level adjustment according to listening preferences and music characteristics.
SPEAKER LEVEL INPUTS
What, you DON’T own a Pioneer head unit? Well, we won’t hold it against you. In fact we’ll even help you build onto your system. Speaker level inputs allow simplify integration into existing aftermarket or factory installed (OEM) integrated entertainment systems so you can connect your OEM unit (or any unit that doesn’t have the typical RCA-type inputs) without having to buy add-on adapters. So, the install goes faster, you save money, and you’ve got a Pioneer amp in your vehicle.
IMPROVED CIRCUIT DESIGN
To prevent circuit shutdown, Pioneer’s new digital amplifier circuit “Protection Control System” senses its internal temperature and automatically moderates input level accordingly. Stable, durable circuitry lessens the risk of high input power for the unit to achieve 2Ω connection. This design enhances the flexibility to connect multiple subwoofers to a system.