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Car Amplifiers

If you're looking to increase the volume and clarity of your car audio system then adding in an amplifier is just what you need. You'll have a better sound quality and you’ll definitely need an amp if you're planning on installing subwoofers since it will require significantly more power than some other brand-name or factory in-dash receiver can provide.
Mono amps are generally used for extremely low frequencies (ie bass) that are channeled into a single or multiple subwoofers. If you really love your music and you want to get the best out of your car audio/stereo system; you'll be amazed at the difference a mono amp and a subwoofer will make. When choosing an amplifier for your application, remember that it's usually better to use a more powerful amplifier with the gain controls turned down for better reliability.
Class D Amplifiers are typically used to power car suboofers because of their high power efficiency but are used in other applications from time to time because amplifiers employing Class D technology are suitable for portable and compact high-power applications.
2 channel amps, or stereo amplifiers, are simple solution for upgrading a car audio/stereo system. As a general rule, 2-channel amps are intended to output sound that can be faded between a left speaker and a right speaker, however; many stereo amplifiers can be to power a car subwoofer.
4 channel amplifiers have 2 front (right/left) and 2 rear (right/left) channels. This type of amplifier is the ideal solution for installing 2 pairs of car speakers or 1 pair of speakers and 1 low powered subwoofer by combining or "bridging" the rear right & left channel.
3 Channel Amplifiers are a great addition for powering a pair of speakers and a subwoofer. Improve your sound immensely with an amplifier.
5-channel amplifiers are considered "full system" amplifiers because they enable you to install a 2 pairs of car speakers (front and rear) and a car subwoofer through an included mono channel. While this option doesn't offer the power and versatility of a multi-amplifier setup, a 5-channel amplifier simplifies will greatly simplify the process.
If you've got more than 2 pairs of full range speakers or components to install, a 6-channel amplifier may be what you need. 6-Channel amps are very versatile and can even 2 channels can usually be bridged to power a subwoofer if your application requires it.
If you're in need of more power to drive your marine audio system or you want to add a component subwoofer to the mix, then a marine amplifier is the best solution. Like all marine audio hardware, our marine amplifiers have been certified to stand up to the harsh marine environment.
If you're looking to increase the volume and clarity of your car audio system then adding in an amplifier is just what you need. You'll have a better sound quality and you’ll definitely need an amp if you're planning on installing subwoofers since it will require significantly more power than some other brand-name or factory in-dash receiver can provide.

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