BOSS AR1600.4 - Amplificador de audio (4.0, 400W, 0,01%) Gris
- Boss Audio AR16004 Boss Armor 4CH Amplifier 1600W Max
- Product Dimensions in Inches (L x W x H): 16.5 x 8 x 4
Descripción del producto
Canales de salida de audio: 4.0
Color del producto: Gris
Potencia de salida en modo puente por canal (4 Ohmios): 800W
Potencia pico por canal: 400W
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): 105 Db
Salida de potencia RMS por canal (4 Ohmios): 160W
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Utilizar con: Coche
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The price you can't beat. I was a little iffy about the fact but truth is I think I will stick to these for a while since I seem to spend a lot on systems and so far this amp has done the best. Also been running it strong for a good month now. I'd recommend this to anyone with a 600-1000w RMS system, between either 1 or 2 subs.
There are some of these test going on saying..."this doesn't give you this much rms, yada wada and tada" All you need to know is...this thing will make any sub pound and you will FEEL the power the amp is putting out for an AWESOME low price! If you're so caught up in the trend of "I WANT THE TRUE RMS AND QUALITY AMP' You shouldn't be looking at an amp in this level. You should be buying amps in the $250++++ range. This may be an entry level amp, but for ordinary people and daily commuters, it will not sound ordinary at all.
Is this amp for competition and to break your windows ....of course not! Will this amp perform well, rattle your car, feel the Thumping bass and for a really good price? 100% Yes! If you're looking for an amp that will pound and a reasonable price, this amp will do you justice my friend.
To get the best performance out of this amp or any other amp, please do the big three upgrade and don't cheap out on the wires...Unless you're on a budget then this thing will still POUND!!!
For people who has never gotten a sub/amp and wondering...is this amp good enough or will it be loud enough for some good bass because it's not so expensive? The answer is Yes it is! You'll be amazed with the quality you will get with this amp. As for the people complaining about their amps dying and such....don't clip your amp, don't use different gauges with your grounding and power wires, don't try to 1 ohm this amp, don't change the fuse and don't throw it at people and you'll be fine. Pushing your amp is fine, but in life if you abuse something....karma will kick in. Take good care of your amp and sub...it'll take good care of your listening needs.
Buy this amp and just enjoy your music, don't let all the hate of this amp gets to you!
First day impression: Nice amp! Not very heavy, but not that weight determines the final amp rating ;)
Design: Simple design that does not crazily scream for attention, yet holds its own. Signal input gain, bass boost etc. all on one side, the power and speaker terminals on the other. The power and speaker terminals could have been designed a little better to allow for easier wire insertion. To use bigger gauge wire, you can buy some crimp forks to put on the ends of your wires to be able to use them more easily. I was able to use bigger gauge wire by splitting the main braid into two smaller braids and fit them on both sides of the screw for that terminal.
Power: As I said not 3000 watts, but it sure pounds my two Infinity 1262W 12" subs!! (Fantastic subs btw, highly recommended) I have them in a dual sealed enclosure. I found the enclosure at hifisoundconnections dot com (Amazon would take away the link if I actually posed it. Great website, lots of car audio stuff for really low price and free shipping on most things)
Heat: I have had no problems with heat thus far. Had a good pounding session and the amp only became warm; mainly because Im running both channels at 4 ohm, not 2 ohm. Running at 2 ohm would probably make a lot more heat. The manual even says that external cooling fans(s) may be required, Its up to you.
So far, Im very pleased with it! I will update later on down the road and let you know how it handles itself!!
So, its been a week and I am very pleased with it! I changed the wiring configuration to bridged, bringing the load to 2 ohm. NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE! running both channels to both subs was pretty good, but with it bridged, IT SLAMES LIKE A TONN OF BRICKS! The reason I did not run bridged first is because I saw the diagrams in the manual, for bridged mode it had "4-8 ohm" Running bridged with my setup would mean a load of 2 ohm. However, I found somewhere else in the manual that says the amp is designed to run efficiently down to 2ohm, so thats what I did!!
There is one thing that comes with it in bridged though, and thats heat. Before it only became warm, but now it gets pretty hot! I may install some fans next to the amp to keep it cool.
Protection Circuit: The only time I have been able to set it off was with this one song called "Dum Dum" by Baauer (same guy who made the Harlem Shake song) with everything up: volume, sub level on the stereo, amp gain and bass boost.
Great amp, hope it lasts a long time!