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Best Competition Amplifiers Reviews

The only way to achieve bone-shaking, and tooth-rattling bass is with a competition subwoofer, but deciding to add a beefy sub to your car audio system is only the first step in a longer journey. All that power needed to feed your power-hungry sub(s) has to come from …

Best Class D Amplifiers for The Money

Whether you like listening to bass-heavy or treble-heavy, soft or loud music, car amplifiers are definitely part of the picture. A powerful amplifier will instantly supercharge your car sound system and breath life into your music, bringing out all of its excitement and detail, thereby making time spent …

Best Car Amplifier Brands Reviews

Whether you’re looking for the absolute best car amplifier on the market, a budget-friendly and high-performance model, or something in that lovely Goldilocks Zone in between, you don’t want to spend your hard-earned buck and end up with a piece of junk that overheats and and shuts off …

Best 5 Channel Car Amps Reviews

External amplifiers are a great way to pimp your ride’s sound system. A powerful amplifier will breathe life into your music, bringing out all of its excitement and detail. Outboard amps come in a number of different configurations, there are mono channel amps and multi-channel amps, and the …

Best 4 Channel Car Amps Reviews

Have you ever cranked up the volume on the receiver and noticed a lot of distortion? Well, one of the main culprits in such situation is the underpowered amp built into your headunit. Sure, the power handling characteristics of your speakers also come into play, but a good …

Best Mini Car Amplifiers Reviews

Most people who are looking to upgrade their factory car audio system aren’t sure where to start and often go with the most visible option first—a new CD receiver. While a new aftermarket receiver can relatively enhance the sound quality you experience in your car, it’s the speakers …

Best Car Amplifiers Reviews

Every car sound system has an amplifier of some sort, but most of them are built into the headunits, and they’re typically nothing to write home about in comparison to their external counterparts. If you’ve ever cranked up the volume on your receiver and noticed that your speakers …