Tired of a quiet and uninspired car audio system? Find the right SoundQubed amplifier to bring your music to life.
You need a sub-stage that rumbles, treble that screams, and mid-range that rattles your brains. To do this, you’ll need the right amp capable of providing clean and efficient power.
SoundQubed amplifiers reliably improve your sound quality and provide quality current for speakers and subwoofers.
S1-850 Monoblock Amplifier$159.00
S1-1250 Monoblock Amplifier$179.00
S1-2250.1 Monoblock Amplifier$299.00
S4-100 Multiple Channel Amplifier$169.00
Q1-1200.2 Monoblock Amplifier$265.00
Q1-2200.2 Monoblock Amplifier$398.00
Q1-4500.1 Monoblock Amplifier$734.00
Q4-150 Multiple Channel AmplifierProduct on sale
Car amplifiers increase the power of an audio signal used to drive speakers and subwoofers.
In car audio systems, the amp raises the head unit’s signal and delivers that powered signal to the speakers and subs, enhancing the sound quality of your car stereo while also increasing volume and boosting bass. Ready to boost your car stereo’s output and clarity? Let’s get loud.
Depending on your needs, you may want a monoblock amplifier or a multiple channel amp. You’ll use mono amplifiers for subwoofers and multi-channel amplifiers for mids and highs, like your dash tweeters and door speakers.
Monoblock amps send power through a single channel and are ideal for powering subwoofers via their one channel. This makes monoblock amplifiers ideal for driving one or multiple subs with your stock system. You can pair them with a multi-channel stereo amplifier for a refined tone using the discrete controls, like low-pass filters and subsonic filters.
“Strappable” mono amps can connect together to combine power and drive the same speaker(s), but as their output doubles, so does their impedance. For help determining the best subwoofer wiring practice in your vehicle’s system, click here.
Multiple channel amplifiers are a great upgrade, as many stock head units will not provide more than 10 watts RMS power to each speaker. If your stock speakers just aren’t cutting it, make sure to check out our coaxial and component speakers!
Multi-channel amplifiers can send power output through more than one channel and are capable of driving both stereo speakers and subwoofers. Beware that they may not provide enough juice for voltage-hungry subwoofers with higher rms power ratings, which can lead to clipping your subwoofers if the amp gain is not set correctly.
Pound-for-pound, dollar-for-dollar, and decibel-for-decibel, SoundQubed Amplifiers, Subwoofers, and Speakers are the best and bassiest burp, boom and bang for your buck.