HP 6001 is the most powerful spl car audio amplifier within the SPL Show line. The overbuilt power supply stage and the D Class output stage featuring 12 Mosfets provide the ability to deliver up to 6000W power.
The wide array of possible setups, with by-passable Lo-Pass filter (24 dB/Oct. slope), subsonic filter, phase control and remote volume control, make HP 6001 an extremely powerful amplifier, perfect for SPL applications.
Thanks to the Chain Mode function, to cascade a second amplifier into a single load, a devastating amount of power up to 12000W can be achieved with record SPL levels.
Channel mode: 1
Output Power (RMS) @ 14.4 VDC
1 Ch: 1670 W x 1 (4 Ω)
1 Ch: 2970 W x 1 (2 Ω)
1 Ch: 5000 W x 1 (1 Ω)
Lo-Pass: 50 ÷ 400 Hz @ 24 dB/Oct.
Distortion - THD (100Hz @ 4Ω): 0.1 %
S/N Ratio (A weighted @ 1V): 86 dB
Damping factor (100Hz @ 4Ω): 500
Size W x D x H mm: 644 x 280 x 65.5
OVERBUILT POWER SUPPLY STAGE
In order to deliver such extraordinarily high power and to transfer it uninterruptedly, the power supply stage features multiple toroidal transformers, 105° Low ESR primary capacitors, TO247 Mosfets and large tank-type secondary capacitors.
CIRCUIT BOARDS AND COMPONENT DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR SPL SYSTEMS
Inside the amplifier, the electronics have been designed specifically for SPL systems, driving low impedance loads with perfect thermal stability. Power for sound pressure without compromise.
ULTRA-VERSATILE AND COMPLETE CONTROL AND FILTER SYSTEM
The Front End section features a complete crossover system, for endless configuration possibilities. HP 3001/HP 6001 mono models are provided with by-passable Lo-Pass filter (24 dB/Oct. slope), subsonic filter, phase control, remote volume control (HRC) and also a Chain Mode function to cascade-connect a second amplifier, achieving maximum SPL levels.
ALUMINIUM EXTRUDED HEATSINK WITH MASSIVE FINS FOR UNPARALLELED THERMAL STABILITY
Aluminium extruded heatsink with enhanced thermal performance. Following the style of Hertz, the Hertz logo has been tastefully integrated into the top of the HP heatsink, and massive fins are featured along the side of the amplifier.