Two keys to unlocking great sound in a car stereo system are serious power and extensive control — and this amp’s got them both. For power, AudioControl’s DM-6.1200 6-channel amplifier puts out 125 watts RMS per channel, so it’ll drive even the most demanding aftermarket speakers with plenty of headroom to spare. And if you’re into bass, you could bridge this amp to 3-channel mode to drive three subwoofers with 400 watts RMS each, 1200 watts in total.
Active controls for active systems
This amp will work well with a 3-way system that uses a pair of tweeters, midrange speakers, and subs. Highly adjustable crossover networks let you set high-pass, low-pass, and bandpass filters so each driver gets only the frequencies it was designed to play. AudioControl’s AccuBASS® circuit ensures maximum bass performance, even if you’re connected to a factory radio that normally turns down the lower frequencies as you turn the volume up
Add kick to your factory stereo
AudioControl designed the LC-6.1200 to work equally well with aftermarket and factory stereos. Eight active speaker-level inputs allow you to connect to almost any factory radio, with signal summing accommodating the separate bass, midrange, and treble signals found in some factory systems. Signal sensing circuitry turns the amp on, via the front speaker-level inputs, so you won’t need to run a remote turn-on wire throughout your vehicle.
Onboard LEDs indicate optimized signal flow for inputs and outputs, plus give you a warning when a source is too loud and causing distortion. An optional wired remote can get assigned to each and every channel pair so you can control volume from the front seat.
Important Note: Some factory radios and amplifiers will not work without sensing that its speakers are connected to their outputs. If you don’t have output from your factory system after installing this amplifier, you’ll need an AudioControl AC-LGD load-sensing adapter (sold separately) to correct the issue.