The Helix P Two has RMS output power of 2 x 490 Watts into two Ohms that is able to drive even powerful subwoofers to the max.
Plenty of power and sensitivity – the new P TWO combines two talents in an absolutely unique way. The technical design is literally predestinated for all woofers with 2 x 2 Ohms dual voice coil like the new HELIX Q subwoofers. This amplifier is likewise a perfect buddy for heavy-duty front speakers in audiophile system concepts.
- “Ultra HD Class D” concept which combines the high-end sound quality of Class AB technology with the benefits of Class D amplifiers
- Two speaker outputs with 490 Watts RMS each at 2 Ohms
- Digital, optical signal input in SPDIF format including SPDIF Direct In switch for routing the digital input signal directly to the power stage
- BurrBrown DA signal converter of the latest generation with a resolution of 32 Bit
- Integrated, active crossover with highpass, lowpass, bandpass and configurable bass boost
- Smart high-level input with ADEP circuit
- Cable remote control for volume adjustment
- Compact design with low heat dissipation thanks to extraordinary efficiency
- Power + Sensitivity
- Ultra HD Class D amplifier technology – Compared to conventional Class D amps, this concept achieves an extended frequency response to more than 40 kHz in combination with reduced distortion thanks to an advanced integrated feedback design. Ultra HD Class D achieves outstanding, “Class AB-like” sound quality combined with the efficiency of a Class D amplifier.
- Signal converters with a native resolution of 32 Bit – The HELIX P TWO uses for the optical input a highclass DA signal converter of the latest generation with a native resolution of 32 Bit instead of the common 24 Bit. The result is an unprecedented precision in signal conversion that especially optimizes the sound quality at lower signal levels.
- Smart high-level input – The latest generation of OE car radios incorporates sophisticated possibilities of diagnosing the connected speakers. If a common amplifier will be hooked up failure messages and loss of specific features (e.g. fader function) quite often appears – but not with the P TWO. The new ADEP circuit (Advanced Diagnostics Error Protection) avoids all these problems without loading the speaker outputs of the OE radio during high volumes unnecessarily.
- Start-Stop capability – The switched power supply of the HELIX P TWO assures operation even if the battery’s voltage drops down to 6 Volts during engine crank.