Club 5501


high-performance mono car amplifier

kr 2.000,002000.0 each
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The expected in-stock date is 19 September 2017.

Authentic JBL Power and Performance

New high-performance JBL Club amplifiers deliver world-class JBL power from a compact chassis built to fit in more vehicles, even when space is tight. Available in 4-channel, 5-channel, and mono models, Club amps feature variable crossovers and bass boost for precise control and tuning, plus high and low-level inputs that let them integrate with most car stereos. They’re also compatible with several vehicle technologies, including many advanced driver assistance systems, and the Harman HALOsonic system, a suite of acoustic solutions that can simulate engine sounds for a better driving experience in hybrids and electric cars, cancel road noise for better-sounding music, and more.

Item# CLUB-5501

General Specifications

Power Output, 4Ω 370W RMS x 1, <1.0% THD+N
Power Output, 2Ω 550W RMS x 1, <1.0% THD+N

Audio Specifications

Max Power 1300W Peak
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  • 1 Club-5501amplifier
  • 2 High-level input wiring harnesses
  • 2 spare fuses
  • 2 2-color brand stickers
  • 1 Quick start guide

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Club 5501 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features! So happy with my purchase!! Amazing product. Will tell all my friends
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Stuff I bought this for my 30 year old son n he loves it
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great amplifier!! I bought this one to use with 2 subwoofers JBL CX1200, 250RMS each one and 4ohms.. I connected these at 2 ohms and they are working very well. ..
Date published: 2017-05-08
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I have 2 svc kicker 10 in 4 ohm subs how should I wire them

Asked by: Bradleyc
I think the best way is connect them in parallel ...with this setup you get 2 Ohms in your system.. and this amplifier gives 550 Watts RMS @2ohms
Answered by: juliocja
Date published: 2016-11-29

I have the 5501 connected properly, checked all the lines. However it turns on without the &quot;remote&quot; line connected. I want to use the remote line to turn it on and off, but it is always on as long as the head unit is on without remote connected

Asked by: ScooterPSK
This is normal. If you connected the CLUB 5501 to your head unit using high-level input signals, this will automatically turn the amplifier off and on in respect to the head unit turning on. When RCA line-level and remote line is not available on a head unit, you can use a high-level output from the head unit.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-08

Is this amplifier bridgeable?

Asked by: dizzle
it is a monoblock, so it is already &quot;bridged&quot;
Answered by: HIittsAutoSound
Date published: 2017-03-20

How would i hook up a 12 inch jbl mkii? It says that they can be ran at 3 and 12ohms.

Asked by: HeyTony95
Yes it can run at 12-ohms. You just need to connect the voice coils in series and it should be good to go. Although the CLUB 5501 may not be powerful enough to drive the speaker&rsquo;s full potential.
Answered by: Miko at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-13

I got your answer but i try this amp with high level input switch to hi1 and it still don't work it's only working on Lo level input?And could this amp run 2 12' subs dual coil wire in 2 ohms rated at 400 watts?

Asked by: Jason Martinez
To ensure you get the accurate information, please submit a case at www.jbl.com/support-contact.htlm and the Customer Service team will be more than happy to assist you, thank you!
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-29

does this Amp supports a Subwoofer with 300 RMS and a Peak power of 1200 watts at 4 ohm?

Asked by: Francisco Sousa
Yes, seems to be a fine match. One more piece of information would be necessary to know for sure, and that is the sensitivity of the subwoofer. But on the power side, all seems well. Remember that usually, plenty of power is better than too little power. Clipping amplifiers are dangerous. Big, stable amplifiers usually are not. But of course this all depends on how much you want to push the system.
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2017-02-15

I try to run this amp on the H1 and H2 settings on the crossover but it don't work is this normal?I try to run midrange speakers with this amp but it's not working..

Asked by: Jason Martinez
Thanks you for your question. The HI1 and HI2 are level input settings. Select HI1 if you are using high-level outputs, select HI2 if you are connecting your CLUB amplifier to a factory audio system's speaker outputs. Be advised, the HI2 setting should never be used when the amp is connected to a aftermarket head unit's line-level (RCA-type) outputs.
Answered by: Erik at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-26

This Amp auto detects 2ohm and 4 ohm? and if it detects what wire gauge do you Recomend for each impendence?

Asked by: Francisco Sousa
No, it doesn&rsquo;t auto detect but runs at the impedance you put on it, that will be determined by the Sub. You would need to be sure you wire at 4 ohms or 2 ohms. If it&rsquo;s incorrect then it might damage the amp. Preferably, a 12 gauge wire will work to the amp.
Answered by: Erik at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-03-29
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