Club 704


high-performance 4-channel car amplifier

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Authentic JBL Power and Performance

New high-performance JBL Club amplifiers deliver world-class JBL power from a compact chassis built to fit in more vehicles, even when space is tight. Available in 4-channel, 5-channel, and mono models, Club amps feature variable crossovers and bass boost for precise control and tuning, plus high and low-level inputs that let them integrate with most car stereos. They’re also compatible with several vehicle technologies, including many advanced driver assistance systems, and the Harman HALOsonic system, a suite of acoustic solutions that can simulate engine sounds for a better driving experience in hybrids and electric cars, cancel road noise for better-sounding music, and more.

Item# CLUB-704

General Specifications

Power Output, 2Ω 100W RMS x 4, <1.0% THD+N
Max Power 1000W Peak
Power Output, 4Ω 70W RMS x 4, <1.0% THD+N
Power Output, 4Ω Bridged 145W RMS x 2, <1.0% THD+N
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >85dB (ref 1W output @ 4Ω)
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  • 1Club -704 amplifier
  • 4 High-level input wiring harnesses
  • 2 spare fuses
  • 2 2-color brand stickers
  • 1 Quick start guide

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Club 704 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! That was such a great place! Had so much fun! Great!
Date published: 2017-04-07
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Can someone please explain why there are two different ohm ratings?

Asked by: Chrisshoare
Hi Chris, This has to do with how you connect the speakers to the amplifier. If you connect them on a single channel, they will have a higher ohm rating, as to when you connect them on 2 channels ( bridged ). If you require further information, please contact our Customer Service department, and we will gladly assist you there
Answered by: Kay Harman
Date published: 2017-03-24

&nbsp;I have a JBL 15 inch w15 GTI wkii subwoofer and would like a thousand watt amplifier to push it in the description it says I can get this amp and a mono channel! Would this be the amp to choose or do you have something more suitable?

Asked by: jacester801
You're going to need a Mono Amp to drive that Sub, the only one that I would use from the JBL Amps selection is the GTR-1001, the one that Joe recommended (Club 704) is a 4 channel Amp and is more geared for the inside door speakers.
Answered by: Ruben from AZ
Date published: 2017-01-25

Would this amp be the best match to run a pair of gto 629's and a pair of 939's? And if there is another amp better suited which one would it be?

Asked by: Chrisshoare
The Club 704 will be a fine amplifier to drive the suggested speakers. Even better would be GTR-104, if we look at the present lines.
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can I connect the 704 4 channel amplifier to my stock car stereo to run its stock speakers plus a jbl subwoofer or I need a specific amplifier for the subwoofer?

Asked by: Joe1280
You're going to need either a mono amp (check out the jbl 5501) to run the sub separately or a 5 channel (jbl 4505) which has a sub amplifier along with the 4 door speaker amps built it.
Answered by: LodenH16
Date published: 2017-01-25

Good day. Prolly going with your Club 6500c(front)/6500(rear) speakers and am a current JBL speaker LOVER. Considering your Club 704 amp AND a Cerwin Vega B54. Leaning on the Cerwin Vega because of its much better signal to noise ratio. Thoughts?

Asked by: Ihave Abigone
The B54 has two Signal-To-Noise Ratio specs. If you compare the 1w@4 ohms ratings, both amps are identical with a rating of 85dB.
Answered by: Amir at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-10-26

I am looking at running 4 JBL GTO629s in my car and want to amplify them now the specs say that the speakers can handle 60 watts rms at 3 ohm how would this amp with 70 watts rms at 4 ohms.do i run the risk of blowing the speakers?

Asked by: baldwin
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