Got an oscilloscope? Probably not… How about an ammeter? Doubtful too… But everybody has or can easily get an adequate Digital Volt Meter for $20 or so. Many people think they have power from their amps equal to the rating. Very rarely! Seasoned competitors know how to tune their system with a DVM. But they do not measure Wattage, but rather AC Voltage. The new X3 amps are based off of voltage for tuning convenience. The included chart will tell you exactly how much power you can get from the amplifiers at 12V, 14.4V and 16V, and at 1, 2, and 4 ohms, and even at 1%, 5% and 10% THD! If you are not getting what the chart says you should, you know for a fact that you do not have sufficient power supply in the form of batteries. Or maybe you have a lot higher impedance or enclosure impedance rise than you suspected. Either way, you will know how much power you are getting out of your X3 amplifier and can take the step needed to use the X3 amps to their winning potential. It is that simple…


  • X3.14K

    14,000w Class D Monoblock Amplifier

    RMS Power 2Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 7,600
    RMS Power 1Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 10,940
  • X3.71

    5,200w Class D Monoblock Amplifier

    RMS Power 4Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 1,750 x 1
    RMS Power 2Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 3,240 x 1
    RMS Power 1Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 4,450 x 1
  • X3.2K4

    2,400w Class D 4ch. Amplifier

    RMS 4Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 250 x 4
    RMS 2Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 400 x 4
    RMS 1Ω, 14.4V, 1% THD 600 x 4