KS125.2 BX2 Amplifier
BX2 has a bass frequency extension technology that provides increased perceived bass frequency response below the low frequency cut off in an audio system. BX2 uses the principle of the missing fundamental, which creates the sensation of low frequencies by generating a carefully calculated series of harmonics designed to simulate the auditory experience in the human ear caused by the missing fundamental pitch.
These harmonics extend the perceived frequency response up to 1.5 octaves below the speaker cutoff frequency (f3) without perceived distortion, increased peak power consumption or peak speaker excursion.
BX2 technology allows the system user to experience dramatically improved levels of system performance, sound quality and improved low-frequency
Increasing low-frequency output and performance without causing the speakers to perform outside their physical design limitations.
Decreasing power consumption during low-frequency reproduction up to 75%.
Allows small format speakers to reproduce low frequencies traditionally designed for larger
The KS Mini amplifiers are a totally "out of the box" rethink of what an amplifier can be. By taking a proven but underutilized Pro Audio amplifier class and bringing it up to date with modern components we can achieve uncompromising sound quality in a compact chassis that makes installation in even the most challenging cars and trucks a breeze.
Switching to a higher class. Class G and Class G/H amplifiers offer the best of all possible characteristics. Power output, distortion, efficiency, heat, noise, size are all class leading specs with this design.
Why does this class of amplifier perform so well? It's built for music, not test tones or noise. Class G/H works with the dynamics of your music, not against them. When an amplifier is playing music, even at full volume, due to its dynamic nature, it is really only working above 1/2 power about 10% of the time. You only need full power during the very loud passages like the impact of a drum or the pluck of a bass string. The rest of the time your 700-watt amp is making less than 350 watts. That's where the KS amp's Class G/H design comes into play. It's like having 2 amps in one. A 400-watt amp is much smaller and produces a lot less heat. Then, in a fraction of a second, your becomes an 800-watt monster that is ready for any musical challenge. The trick to making this work is in striking a balance between switching the high-power section on and off. It takes the years of experience Nikola Engineering has to achieve this delicate balance.