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TX81000D

1000W RMS @2Ω mono block class-D amplifier with complete variable x-over and bridge mode

Introduction

The MTX TX81000D mono block amplifier (1000W RMS @ 2ohms) is the best power price compromise. It is also a marvel of technology because it is based on the same scheme as its big brother, the RFL4001D. He's just a little less powerful. It operates in Class-D to provide maximum power using minimum current. Its CMS construction is at the top of current technology. The quality of the components is at the same level, that is to say the perfection of IRF or Elna. The flexibility of its active filters and the possibility of mounting it as a bridge make it a cutting-edge weapon in the reproduction of infra-bass and quantitative competitions. We spent two years developing and making it more reliable. We recommend using it on a TX815 or TX812 subwoofer.

Features

• Class-D amplifier with state-of-the-art double-sided SMD component mounting
• High power subwoofer amplifier optimized for 2Ω loads
• Bridged mode with 2 amps for competition power
• All-aluminum frame and sides for better cooling
• Thermo-regulated connector for one or two external fans
• Full active x-ovre continuously adjustable low pass and subsonic
• EBC remote control included to control the sub level from the front
• Exceptional build quality

Specifications

• Class-D mono block 1-channel amplifier
• CEA2006 certified power
- 1x 1000 watts RMS @ 2Ω and THD + N ≤1%
- 1x 2000 watts RMS in bridged mode (Bridge)
- 1x 600 watts RMS @ 4Ω and THD + N ≤1%
• Active x-over
- Low Pass (LPF) 24dB / Oct variable from 40Hz to 150Hz
- Subsonic 24dB / Oct @ 30Hz
• Signal / Noise ratio (1 watt):> 80dB
• THD + Noise (Distortion) (1 watt): ≤1%
• Frequency response (± 1dB): 20Hz-150Hz
• RCA sensitivity level: 200mV to 6V
• Dimensions: 125mm x 365mm x 50mm
• EBC (External Bass Control) included
• Cable for bridge mode included

Recommended performance associations

1x TX815 - 1x TX812

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The TX81000D can power a TX812 or TX815 subwoofer. It is possible. You just have to connect the (+) of the sub and the (+) of the HP output of the amplifier. Same for the (-) ... MTX SLH boxes are perfectly suited to the TX8 subw. It is possible to bridge a second TX81000D (Everything is planned and supplied with each TX81000D) to make it a 2000W RMS monster. A thermoregulated connector can supply one or two 12V computer type fans in the event of severe use or in very hot regions.
The quality of your bass system will be the quality of the weakest link. You have to balance your bass system with a powerful and high-quality amplifier (MTX TX81000D), a suitable quality subwoofer (MTX TX812 TX815), a high-performance solid box (MTX SLH12U SLH15U), a quality power supply pack (MTX ZNX21K), careful assembly and a battery in perfect condition. Nothing less…

Recommended effective combinations:
• A TX81000D amplifier with 1 TX812 or TX815 subwoofer
• Two TX81000D amplifiers with 1 RFL12 or RFL15 subwoofer
• For the other front and rear speakers, the TX480D amplifier is perfectly suited
• Power supply pack: MTX StreetWires ZNX21K

Wiring Diagram

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Wiring Diagram Bridge mode 2x TX81000D

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Restrictions

The power of the amplifier should not exceed that of the loudspeaker. You have to compare RMS powers with RMS powers. The amplifiers should not be exposed to moisture, excessive vibration, or high temperatures.

Warning

MTX wants you to enjoy your hearing for a long time. Excessive exposure to loud volumes can damage your hearing. The United States Department of Labor recommends not exceeding the following recommendations:
90db : maximum 8 hours / day
92dB : maximum 6 hours / day
95db : maximum 4 hours / day
97db : maximum 3 hours / day
100db : maximum 2 hours / day
102db : maximum 90 minutes / day
105db : maximum 60 minutes / day
110db : maximum 30 minutes / day
115db : maximum less than 15 minutes / day
120db : immediate danger, 0 minutes / day

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