Club 704


high-performance 4-channel car amplifier

kr 2.300,002300.0 each
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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.

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Item# CLUB-704

General Specifications

Power Output, 2Ω 100W RMS x 4, <1.0% THD+N
Max Power 1000W Peak
Power Output, 4Ω 70W RMS x 4, <1.0% THD+N
Power Output, 4Ω Bridged 145W RMS x 2, <1.0% THD+N
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >85dB (ref 1W output @ 4Ω)
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Spec Sheet (EN)

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  • 1Club -704 amplifier
  • 4 High-level input wiring harnesses
  • 2 spare fuses
  • 2 2-color brand stickers
  • 1 Quick start guide

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Club 704 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Would definitely recommend to anyone.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! That was such a great place! Had so much fun! Great!
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome 2 months ago this rocked my world now won't do without
Date published: 2017-05-12
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&nbsp;I have a JBL 15 inch w15 GTI wkii subwoofer and would like a thousand watt amplifier to push it in the description it says I can get this amp and a mono channel! Would this be the amp to choose or do you have something more suitable?

Asked by: jacester801
The W15GTI MKII has an RMS wattage rating of 800 watts. The CLUB 704 can put out 400 watts at 2 Ohms and 280 at 4 ohms, which is a perfect match. The general rule when selecting a sub is to make sure it has at least twice the per channel wattage rating of the amp. Peak ratings are marketing tools and should not be considered seriously when matching speaker and amplifiers.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-12-16

Would this be good for 2 subwoofers??

Asked by: Hayden Escobedo
Yes. The CLUB 704, a 4-channel amplifier, can be used for two subwoofers by using it on a 2-channel bridged operation. You can connect one sub&rsquo;s + lead to the Front L+ terminal, and the - lead to the Front R- terminal. Connect the other sub&rsquo;s + lead to the Rear L+ terminal, and the - lead to the Rear R- terminal. This set-up will provide 145W RMS to each of your subwoofer. Please understand though, that when doing bridged-mode, it cannot handle anything below 4-ohms of impedance, meaning your subwoofer should be rated @ 4-ohms.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-09-04

Although I am not new to aftermarket car audio, I am unfamiliar with outboard equalizers and crossovers. &nbsp;Since this amp has variable crossovers, what would be the proper set-up for one set of JBL club 3.5; 4; 4x6; and 5.25 at a 2ohm load?

Asked by: Bass In Ya Face
The HPF on the amp should be set somewhere between 80 and 150Hz, depending on the speaker that you'll be using. &nbsp;Please submit a case at&nbsp;https://www.jbl.com/support-contact.html&nbsp;for further assistance.&nbsp;
Answered by: Drin at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-08-23

Good day. Prolly going with your Club 6500c(front)/6500(rear) speakers and am a current JBL speaker LOVER. Considering your Club 704 amp AND a Cerwin Vega B54. Leaning on the Cerwin Vega because of its much better signal to noise ratio. Thoughts?

Asked by: Ihave Abigone
The B54 has two Signal-To-Noise Ratio specs. If you compare the 1w@4 ohms ratings, both amps are identical with a rating of 85dB.
Answered by: Amir at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-10-26

club 704 wont turn on do i need the remote wire

Asked by: eldon
I am sorry to hear you are having this issue with your amplifier. As long as it is properly grounded and connected to the battery, The CLUB 704 should power ON. Please submit a case at https://www.jbl.com/support-contact.html and our Customer Support team will further assist you.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-07-18

Can I connect the 704 4 channel amplifier to my stock car stereo to run its stock speakers plus a jbl subwoofer or I need a specific amplifier for the subwoofer?

Asked by: Joe1280
You're going to need either a mono amp (check out the jbl 5501) to run the sub separately or a 5 channel (jbl 4505) which has a sub amplifier along with the 4 door speaker amps built it.
Answered by: LodenH16
Date published: 2017-01-25

What are the dimensions ? I am planning to install two of the . Would this amp be enough to handle both of them if I bridge them ? I am limited on space if the is a better option taking into consideration spacing please let me know.

Asked by: Hectorclaussells
Thank you very much regarding your inquiry on our JBL Club 704 Car Amplifier. Dimensions are as follows: 375 x 189.4 x 59 mm or 14-13/16&quot; x 7-1/2&quot; x 2-3/8&quot;. Detailed Specifications you require should be located on page 12 of its owner's manual wherein you could download from our product site. Here is the link for your reference http://www.harmanaudio.com/jbl/CLUB704_.html.If you require further assistance, please reach out to us at customer.support@harman.com and a member of our Customer Service team will happily assist you.
Answered by: Ron at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-06-27

Can someone please explain why there are two different ohm ratings?

Asked by: Chrisshoare
Hi Chris, This has to do with how you connect the speakers to the amplifier. If you connect them on a single channel, they will have a higher ohm rating, as to when you connect them on 2 channels ( bridged ). If you require further information, please contact our Customer Service department, and we will gladly assist you there
Answered by: Kay Harman
Date published: 2017-03-24
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