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Subwoofer Amplifier 

Add a subwoofer amplifier and feel being inside the music!

Subwoofer is an essential unit of any home theater systems, no matter whether it is an inexpensive home theater-in-a-box or a high-end custom installed system.

A powered (or active) subwoofer contains a built-in amplifier, so there’s no need of an external one. A passive subwoofer requires an external amplifier such as a power type or the special amplifier for subwoofer.

Designed for subwoofers these amplifiers usually have the necessary adjustments to help tweak a subwoofer's signal for optimum low-end production.

Three main types of these amplifiers are:

  • car subwoofer amplifier (should withstand being in a car)
  • home theater subwoofer amplifier
  • plate amplifier (applied for large speakers and professional sound systems)

What are the main advantages?

  • Thanks to this the rest of the speakers can be served more effectively. Less strain is put on the main amplifier.
  • The full range and depth of musical sound is properly expressed.
  • Mid-range speakers do not need to recreate the lower frequency noises. Less strain put on them.
  • Setting the sound system up is much easier, as it is built with frequency-specific speakers.

Feel yourself a part of the movie with a subwoofer amplifier for home theater!

Your home theater system will greatly benefit from adding an amplified subwoofer. You will get deep bass without distortion; you will feel all the sound effects with your skin. Think of another subwoofer and amplifier pair if your home theater room is large. This will let all your guests have an impression of being in the movies.

Multiple subs wired together must have the same coil type and impedance; otherwise the power will not divide evenly between them. This may cause some subwoofers to be over-powered while others will get under-powered. Different types of subwoofers in a system require their own separate amplifiers.

Lacking the space is not a reason to economize on good sound!

Think of in wall subwoofer amplifiers! Usually these are passive devices requiring external power. Mono subwoofer amplifiers offer the perfect way of providing stable power to your subwoofers at the touch of a button. Monoblock type has only one audio channel. Thus, two monoblocks are required for stereo reproduction. Stereo subwoofer amplifier has two audio channels.

One of the best options for your home theater or audio system is Dayton Audio's SA1000 mono subwoofer amplifier. It will provide you clean and consistent power. The amplifier’s convenient freestanding or rack-mountable configurations make it ideal to be used with a high-performance subwoofer speaker system.

The Klipsch KA-1000-THX subwoofer amplifier offers rock-solid reliability under the most demanding conditions! Experience all the power, detail and emotion of your favorite music and movies!

Enhance the sound to get powerful bass with one of these home subwoofer amplifiers!  

Choose the correct amplifier for your subwoofer!

Amplifier providing more wattage than required by a subwoofer may result in audio distortion, clipping and even damage. When choosing an amplifier purchase the one that can generate the right amount of RMS for the system and also cater to the impedance load. 

With that combination, a subwoofer and amplifier will create an impressive addition to an existing audio system!

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