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Default Helix G Five output power values

Hello all,

When reading the G Five tech specification I can see that the output power (RMS/max) is rated (@ 4Ohms) at 4x 80/160W + 1x 360/720W (link).

That said should i assume that the true power that this amplifier outputs for example on the subwoofer channel is rated between 360 and 720W or this is a completely wrong interpretation of mine?

To clarify this I sent an email to Helix but unfortunately didn't get a reply from them.

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Default Re: Helix G Five output power values

At 4 ohms it will do 360 watts RMS, 720 watts peak. At 2 ohms it will do 600 watts RMS, and 1,200 watts peak.
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80 watts (160 watts max) x 4 channels +
360 watts (720 watts max) x 1 channel @4ohm
Is how I read it? Max RMS 80x4+360x1
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Default Re: Helix G Five output power values

The specs don’t say “RMS” or “Max” but it seems obvious that’s what they mean. Max ratings are particularly helpful, so ignore them. Hell, often times RMS isn’t all that helpful either.

At 4 ohms 4 x 80 (RMS) or 160 (Max) and 360 (RMS) on the sub channel
At 2 ohms 4 x 120 (RMS) and 600 RMS on the sub channel
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