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Rockville D14 7000w Peak/2000w RMS Class D 2 Channel Power Amplifier Pro/DJ Amp

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Rockville D14 7000w Peak/2000w RMS Class D 2 Channel Power Amplifier Pro/DJ Amp. LCD displays volume in dB per channel and operating temperature. 1.5U rack space. Built in limiter protects your speakers from distortion and clipping. Bridged mode allows you to combine both channels power into one channel for use with a subwoofer. Stereo mode is perfect for (2) speakers or (4) speakers in a left and right configuration.

Parallel mode gives you dual mono output signal which is perfect for monitor use when you want all sounds coming out of each speaker instead of a left/right configuration. Built in crossover switch (bypass, 80 Hz, 160 Hz) allows amp to be used with full range PA speakers, or Subwoofer(s). Channel A & B Clipping Led Indicators. Channel A & B Separate Level Controls. Power, signal, clipping, and protection LED indicators on front of amp. Heavy duty rack mount ears with handles.

Built-in variable high velocity quiet cooling fans. Maximum headroom for 4-ohm and 8-ohm Speakers. Level controls for precise setting and matching of sensitivity. Computer controlled IC protection circuitry against speaker short circuit, thermal over load, DC over load. User serviceable fuse (20A, 250V). Frequency Response (bandwidth @ 2Vrms out, @ -3.0dB) 10 Hz – 30 Khz. THD + Noise @ 1Khz full power: <0.18%. Input Impedance: 10K Ohm Balanced.

Power Ratings: RMS Power Output: Stereo 8 Ohm: 2 x 700W. Stereo 4 Ohm: 2 x 1000W. Bridged 8 Ohm: 1 x 2000W. Peak Power Output: Stereo 4 Ohm: 2 x 3500W Max. Bridged 8 Ohm: 1 x 7000W Max. ​​

Terminals: Input Terminals: Combo jack (XLR and ¼”) A & B inputs. Output Terminals: Banana binding post speaker output. Speakon output. XLR output to connect another amplifier or powered sub

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Rockville D14 7000w Peak/2000w RMS Class D 2 Channel Power Amplifier Pro/DJ Amp

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Features:

  • Rockville D14 7000w Peak/2000w RMS Class D 2 Channel Power Amplifier Pro/DJ Amp
  • LCD displays volume in dB per channel and operating temperature
  • 1.5U rack space
  • Built in limiter protects your speakers from distortion and clipping
  • Bridged mode allows you to combine both channels power into one channel for use with a subwoofer
  • Stereo mode is perfect for (2) speakers or (4) speakers in a left and right configuration
  • Parallel mode gives you dual mono output signal which is perfect for monitor use when you want all sounds coming out of each speaker instead of a left/right configuration
  • Built in crossover switch (bypass, 80 Hz, 160 Hz) allows amp to be used with full range PA speakers, or Subwoofer(s)
  • Channel A & B Clipping Led Indicators
  • Channel A & B Separate Level Controls
  • Power, signal, clipping, and protection LED indicators on front of amp
  • Heavy duty rack mount ears with handles
  • Built-in variable high velocity quiet cooling fans
  • Maximum headroom for 4-ohm and 8-ohm Speakers
  • Level controls for precise setting and matching of sensitivity
  • Computer controlled IC protection circuitry against speaker short circuit, thermal over load, DC over load
  • User serviceable fuse (20A, 250V)
  • Frequency Response (bandwidth @ 2Vrms out, @ -3.0dB) 10 Hz – 30 Khz
  • THD + Noise @ 1Khz full power: <0.18%
  • Input Impedance: 10K Ohm Balanced
  • Input signal voltage: 640mV – 2.7V
  • Input sensitivity: 0.7v
  • Damping factor: ( 100Hz, 10w, 4 ohms): 44.1
  • Damping factor: (1Khz @ 8 ohm): >400:1
  • Effective damping factor (100Hz, 10w, 4 Ohms) 1.08
  • Output impedance at speaker terminals: 0.0901 Ohms
  • Frequency Response vs THD+N (worst case, across normal bandwidth 1W) 0.09%
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: > 100dB
  • IMD 60Hz & 1kHz, 4:1: <0.04%
  • SLEW RATE (input filter limited) : 28v/uS
  • Power Requirements: 100V-240V / 50-60Hz
  • Weight: 9.9 lbs
  • Dimensions: 19.09 x 9 x 2.56 inches

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Power Ratings:

RMS Power Output:

  • Stereo 8 Ohm: 2 x 700W
  • Stereo 4 Ohm: 2 x 1000W
  • Bridged 8 Ohm: 1 x 2000W

Peak Power Output:

  • Stereo 4 Ohm: 2 x 3500W Max
  • Bridged 8 Ohm: 1 x 7000W Max

​​Terminals:

Input Terminals:

  • Combo jack (XLR and ¼”) A & B inputs

Output Terminals:

  • Banana binding post speaker output
  • Speakon output
  • XLR output to connect another amplifier or powered sub

Specification: Rockville D14 7000w Peak/2000w RMS Class D 2 Channel Power Amplifier Pro/DJ Amp

Item Weight

13.22 pounds

Package Dimensions

21.2 x 14.2 x 5.3 inches

ASIN

B09GGBVLCY

Item model number

D14

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Best Sellers Rank

#5,867 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)#15 in Power Amplifiers#2,407 in Music Recording Equipment

Date First Available

September 16, 2021

10 reviews for Rockville D14 7000w Peak/2000w RMS Class D 2 Channel Power Amplifier Pro/DJ Amp

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  1. terryoke

    This amp is perfect for my professional Karaoke set up. I have the 1400w rms amp paired with 2 Rockville 1200w peak power speakers. I run the music from my laptop to a Pyle 88btu mixer and on to the amp and I can crank up the bass if desired and a subwoofer is hardly needed. Very good quality for the price point. Mine is still new so we will see what kind of longevity it has over time. But so far. Very satisfied. I started out with an Amp Receiver combo and a pretty basic setup. I thought something was wrong with my microphones because distortion was really high no matter what I tried to do. With this amp now in my set up, my mics and background music come through with so much clarity and crisp detail. My karaoke guests have stated that I am the only karaoke guy in my city with this good of sound. (I know of a competitor of mine who actually has really great sound) and my people still say I got him beat.

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  2. HEATHER GRIMES

    This Amp kicks A**. I have it in my rack with a behringer eq running to it. Have it powering my Rockville 12s and another amp for my 10s and my $900 QSC amp powering my 18 Rockville sub. Honestly I think the Rockville performs just as good as my QSC. I wouldn’t hesitate to make the swap if anything happened to my QSC. With a good crossover or EQ this amp will do what you need it too. I have over 13,000 watts in my rack and this amp was a good addition. Rockville hasnt disappointed. Was skeptical with the price but I have compared side by side. Their stuff is the real deal if properly hooked up and tuned. My system is set up for DJing and block parties in NOLA. It rocks several blocks. I have way more power than I need to keep my sound clean. And can easily add more speakers if needed. Gets used regularly often multiple times a week.

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  3. Todd

    I’m using this amp, Rockville RPA12, in my home theater to drive a Dayton UM18-22 18″ sub in a 15 cubic foot sealed box, replacing a Rockville RPA9. The RPA 12 makes much more power than the RPA9. And, the RP9 needed a signal amplifier to boost the output signal. For the cost of the RPA9 + a signal amp or preamplifier, one could just buy the RPA12.The RPA12 works fine with the sub output from my Denon HT receiver; no signal amp is needed. And it makes the Dayton 18″ driver really move. Bass is clean and there’s reserves of power for low notes. This seller was very efficient in communications, too.Edited to add: There is a subsonic filter on the amplifier, not mentioned int he manual. There is a crossover switch on the back, and the filter is active when the switch is set to Full Range, protecting speakers from subsonic frequencies. When the filter is set to 160 hz, the filter is still active. Setting the switch to 80 hz turns off the subsonic filter, bringing out the deepest bass frequencies.A+ !

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  4. D.B

    I bought the Rockville RPA16 for under $400 and it’s well worth it.My receiver is the Yamaha RX-V685,this amp works perfectly with it using RCA to XLR cables,no buzzing noise,nothing needed in between,just a simple RCA to XLR connection.The speakers i have are the Rockville Dual 12 (RSG12.2),the sound is clear and insanely loud,the RPA16 puts out plenty of power.The other amp i tried with my Yamaha receiver was the Crown XLS2502,it has good reviews overall and may be right for you but it simply did not work for me,not enough power for my dual 12s.It also put out a buzzing noise when i connected using my RCA to XLR cables,that can be cleared up with a “CleanBox” but the power would still be lacking compared to the Rockville RPA16.I ended up connecting the Crown amp using RCA to RCA but the signal seemed very weak even when changing the sensitivity and upping the volume of my receiver.This Rockville RPA16 is exactly what i wanted and works perfectly with my system.I hope this review saves people some time and money.

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  5. Bill Porter

    Update 10/14/21: I have had these amps for a while now and they are still going strong. Bought 2 more in addition to the original 2. I would refer anyone, who asks, to ise them.Original review: Overall, I am very pleased with the Rockville RPA14.This amp pushes a pair of Yamaha SW218v’s with ease. I don’t think the rated peak wattage is accurate on a per channel basis at 4 ohm as described though, I believe it to be lower. However, I anticipated it to be more powerful than my subs could handle and would have had to adjust gain down on my driverack anyhow and sized the amp to speaker in that fashion.Now that I got that info out of the way, let me hit some solid points.I ran this amp full bore this evening. Both channels max gain. Dropped gain down completely for the subs in my driverack. Unity on mixer channel for my mp3 player, LR on Unity. Raised gain on subs in driverack until it barely started clipping a little since in a while, then backed it down 3 dB.Let me just say, it’s the first time I heard the true voice of my subs. They were singing their low tones like they should be, and doing it wonderfully. I was pleasantly surprised how well this amp sounds. Very pleased with how my subs are hitting with this amp. Now in a few weeks, I will be adding 2 more sub cabinets to my front of house, I already have a second RPA14 that is supposed to deliver tomorrow. That one is for the new pair of SW218v’s I am ordering next week. I truly can not wait to hear this setup. Reliability is the only area that I will need to keep an eye on as that comes with time of use. If it holds up well, then it’s a win win all the way around.

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  6. Owen Brinkerhoff

    I am sorry I can’t tell you how this amplifier sounds. I can tell you that I am using it to drive a large transducer with a continuous12 Hertz sine wave for 10 minutes at time. At 50% power the amplifier holds steady with a 40º F temperature rise. This is an unkind thing to do to an amplifier and it is shouldering the load very well. I would connect some speakers up to it and tell you how it sounds but I don’t have any that it wouldn’t smoke the voice coils on.

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  7. Dale C.

    This amp is so powerful. When I bought this amp they offered a packaged deal that had a set of speakers both had 2 15inch speakers, horn and a set of tweeters. But they was to big for the area I was putting the speakers so I got the same name band speaker and model except they only had 1 15inch speaker. And I cannot turn my amp up even half way without shaking the stuff off the wall. I am very satisfied.

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  8. WChamp

    Awesome Amp with Clean Power! Lots of Power! Quiet and runs cool. Excellent Quality with clipping LED’s and Protection shutdown in case you have overliaded amp. Stereo, Paralell, and Bridged Modes. For Full Range Speakers or Passive Subs with a 100 hz or 80 hz crossover switch.I Love this Amp. Powers 2 Rockford Fosgate P3D2-12 Punch DVC 2 ohm, wired for 4 ohm load each, Passive subs for my Home Theater system and Wow! They Shake the Whole House!!!

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  9. earl

    Unbelievable RMS power when bridged. I got two, each one pushing the DIY Ultimax 18’s sub-woofers. My receiver is the new Yamaha 3080 (A beast in its own right.). Back to the RPA12, it pushes the big 18 ” sub to full excursion. I have bridged the amp and cannot put the volume up more than the 10 o’clock position (just past 25 percent). Buy the RPA12’s before they raise the price. One more thing, even with the amp pushing the 18″ woofer to reference/THX levels and watching two movies in a row, the twin cooling fans never came on and never went above 96 degrees! Absolutely great for home theater serious amplification to a pre-out front or to definitely run some huge passive subwoofers. If I could rate them higher, I would. One last thing….Crown and Beringer amps can SUCK it !!!

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  10. Jimmy V

    I bought this product to power a 15 inch Subwoofer, I had a Behringer B1500D-Pro, the amp failed, I could not find parts to repair it. The cost of sending it out was close to the cost of this RPA12. I set up the RPA12 to test it and to make sure there were no defects, so far so good, I have not really used it for any long period, I would have waited, but the cost seems to fluctuate, so I grabbed it $219. In am using it bridged at 160Hz. I am feeding it from my mixer’s AUX 1 Send. The output from the Subwoofer is clean, no noise on the speaker when the input is faded down. If I have any issues I will be sure to update the review.

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