The Exile XM 12.1 class D subwoofer amplifier has an incredible output of over 1200 watts through a single channel. This amp will easily power one or two subwoofers efficiently.
The Exile XM 12.1 class D subwoofer amplifier has an incredible output of over 1200 watts through a single channel. This amp will easily power one or two subwoofers efficiently. The new Exile XM series of amplifiers are designed from the ground up with the most extreme outdoor conditions in mind. There are two natural forces that wreak havoc on marine audio gear. The first is moisture and the second is heat.
Not only will the XM series amps come equipped with stainless steel hardware but also feature a 5 layer epoxy coating on the circuit board to help provide a barrier to dramatically decrease moisture damage.
Exile has introduced Industry leading heat sinks built with 9.8 grams of aluminum per millimeter facilitating the best heat dissipation possible. This will keep your amps running when the competitions go into thermal overload.
Each XM series amplifier is CEA-2006 Compliant. At the time of inception each amplifier is performance bench tested (burned in), and that actual output power data is presented on the included birth certificate.
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Exile Exceeded My Expectations Once Again
This amp is amazing. I am powering a single Alpine Type-R SWR-12D2 12" Sub in a sealed enclosure at the drivers feet in my 2012 Malibu LSV 23.
The frequency response of this combo is sooo crazy. I am starting to think that my neighbors are going to get me kicked out of the subdivision. That is unless summer comes more quickly. I find myself turning the gains up and listening to music in my garage. This could be a sad winter.