Whether you listen to your car stereo at a conversational level or loud enough that neighboring cars pull up their windows, a car amplifier is recommended to create clean, clear, and crisp sound (regardless of volume). Amps supply the necessary power to produce the quality sound that makes a night and day difference compared to factory car stereo systems.
When researching for amps, you may have come across 2-channel, multi-channel, and mono amps. But, what’s their difference? In short, a 2-channel amp supports and powers a pair of speakers or subwoofers. A multi-channel amp is equipped to power an entire audio system and are the most versatile as they can be used for many applications. Mono amps on the other hand are usually used to power a sub-woofer.
So the type of amp you select all depends on what you want to do. But if you’re looking for the biggest bang for your bank, the one with most versatility, a multi-channel amp is the way to go. And contrary to belief, if you do your research…you can find a multi-channel amp on your amp budget. As always, if you’ve got any questions, feel free to contact me: