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Audio Amplifiers for Cars

Hello, welcome to our website. Over the years I have purchased many audio amplifiers for cars. I’ve had Kenwood, Pioneer, Alpine, BOSS, I could just keep going with the list that I have used in my vehicles. The amplifier in the auto car stereo system are like the muscles in the human body and they supply the power to the speakers. It could be to a pair of 12 inch subwoofers, or a pair of tweeters, or to the four door speakers. Amplifiers can be used in all types of ways, Where most people just want to use them for subwoofers, I like to use them for other sets of speakers in the vehicle as well.

The amplifier in a car stereo system is a unit that amplifies a weak audio signal and then sends it to the speakers. When looking for amps and speakers, remember that you need to match the RMS watts on both the amp and speakers. If you choose a 1000 watts RMS Amp with two channels, then each speaker needs to be able to handle 500 watts RMS or higher, if you go lower you could blow out the speakers and we don’t want that. With a 1000 watts RMS amp with four channels each speaker needs to be able to handle 250 watts RMS or higher for each speaker.


Amplifier for Cars:

There are a lot of choices out there when it comes to brands and watts that they can handle. Do you have a particular brand that you prefer? What brands have i had problems with? Have you read the comments that people have left (good or bad), when looking at a particular brand? What kind of sound do you want in your vehicle? How much space is available for the new equipment? Just remember when purchasing an amplifier the more watts of output the louder it gets. As for me I like a lot of bass, but your desires might be something totally different than mine.


Car Amplifier System – A little look

We are going to show you a few different amplifiers and some of the specifications for each one. Look at the watts RMS and channels for each one. Have a little fun with it, figure out the speaker watts RMS and what they have to be on each amplifier. This is supposed to be fun and exciting when upgrading you car audio system. So just have fun with it!



Rockville RXA-T1

  • 1500 watts peak
  • 750 watts RMS
  • 2 channel
  • Amp wiring kit (sold separately)


sold at https://www.rockvilleaudio.com/





Rockville db16

  • 8000 watts peak
  • 4000 watts RMS
  • 2 channel
  • amp wiring kit included


sold at https://www.rockvilleaudio.com/




  • 200 watts peak
  • 100 watts RMS
  • 2 channel
  • amp wiring lit (sold separately)


sold at https://www.parts-express.com/



U.S Acoustics Lisa

  • not listed watts peak
  • 200 watts RMS
  • 4 channels
  • amp wiring kit (sold separately)


sold at https://www.parts-express.com/






  • 1000 watts peak
  • 500 watts RMS
  • 2 channel
  • amp wiring kit (sold separately)


sold at https://www.amazon.com/





Rockville db14

  • 4000 watts peak
  • 2000 watts RMS
  • 2 channel
  • amp wiring kit (sold separately)


sold at https://www.amazon.com/ and https://www.rockvilleaudio.com/



Audio Amplifiers for Cars – The answers

The answer for what is the right speaker RMS for the Amplifiers we have showed you.

  • Rockville RXA-T1—-375 watts RMS per speaker
  • Rockville db16—-2000 watts RMS per speaker
  • BOSS Riot—-50 watts RMS per speaker
  • US Acoustics Lisa—-250 watts RMS per speaker
  • CRUNCH PX 1000—-250 watts RMS per speaker
  • Rockville db14—-1000 watts RMS per speaker

Well, hope you got them all right! Fun remember, that is part of choosing your new car audio system. It’s all about what you want and what you want it to sound like. We have provided you some links, so you may go if you wish to the websites and look at the comments and specifications on each amplifier. I myself, like to have a great sounding auto car stereo system in my vehicle, and i’m sure that you do as well. We have pointed you in the direction of your quest, now you can start looking at the high quality audio equipment that you want


We hope that we supplied you with some useful information, to help you reach your goals. Look at comments, specifications, 2 channel, 4 channel, etc. to see if it fits with what you are trying to accomplish with your new stereo system. If it doesn’t, look at other amplifiers and ask yourself. Are the watts enough to handle the speakers I want to power? Do the speakers have enough RMS watts for the amp, so you don’t blow the speakers? Just remember to have a lot of fun doing it, and you will have an awesome car stereo system. Please feel free to leave comments or questions on the bottom of the page. Thank you for visiting our website and hope you continue to return time and time again.






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