• 60 Watts x 2, at 4 ohms <= 1% THD+N
• 150 Watts x 1, at 4 ohms BRIDGE <= 1% THD+N
• 80 dBA Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Reference: 1 Watt Output)
A beefy power increase. An all-new design featuring an extruded heatsink with a brushed metallic surface. Speaker level inputs for easy connection to OEM headunits. Oversized power terminals and a wide input level of 200mV to 6.5V. Bottom line? The 2-channel GM-3100T is a huge value in a small package.
300-Watt Max Power
Anybody have a problem with more power? We didn’t think so. The GM-3100T packs an impressive wallop despite its small size, with 300-watt max power capability. It can run 60 watts x 2 at 4 ohms, 150 watts x 1 at 4 ohms, or 75 watts x 2 at 2 ohms — whichever best fits your system configuration. This is a big power jump over its predecessor.
Built-In Crossover (80Hz Low-Pass Filter)
Built into the GM-3100T is a very smart crossover network. It works like a gateway, routing the big bass signals (80Hz or lower, at -12dB/octave) to the speaker that handles them best, filtering out higher-frequency signals to that speaker. This optimizes your system’s efficiency and delivers the best possible sound quality.
Speaker Level Inputs
What, you DON’T own a Pioneer headunit? Well, we won’t hold it against you. In fact we’ll even help you build onto your system. The GM-3100T’s speaker level inputs allow you to connect your OEM unit (or any unit that doesn’t have the typical RCA-type inputs) to the GM-3100T 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.