BOSS AUDIO AR3000D Car Amplifier – 3000 Watts, 1/2/4 Ohm Stable, Class D, Monoblock, Remote Subwoofer Control: Car Electronics
Comes with a great blend of affordability and surprising above-class performance in a small package.
- 3000 W MAX Power @ 1 Ohm x 1 Channel
- 1500 W MAX Power @ 2 Ohm x 1 Channel
- 750 W MAX Power @ 4 Ohm x 1 Channel
- Low Level Inputs, RCA Pre-amp Outputs, Switchable Phase Control
- Variable Low Pass Crossover, Variable Bass Boost, Variable Subsonic Filter
- Remote Subwoofer Control
- Dimensions: Depth 12.3” x Width 6.5” x Height 2.6”
- 6 Year Platinum Online Dealer Warranty
Kick your Bass into high gear with the Boss Audio Armor AR3000D Class D Monoblock Amplifier. This powerful 1-Ohm stable amplifier features 3000 Watts Max Power with a MOSFET power supply to get your tunes rocking. Customize the sound with Variable Low Pass Crossover, Bass Boost and Subsonic Filter. Maximize the Bass with the Remote Subwoofer Control. For double the performance and power, strap on another AR3000D for a total power of 6,000 Watts @2-Ohms. The Armor Series of Amplifiers packs incredible power and performance into a feature-rich slim design for put-it-anywhere convenience. Give power to your playlists with the Boss Audio AR3000D. For further product details, please scroll down.
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I’m still not sure how to rate this. It …
I’m still not sure how to rate this. It works and powers my 1500 watt peak sub (bridged) and two 6×9 Kenwoods. However, if I have the sound to loud and play a particular song with a lot of bass, it goes to protection mode. Since this is an A/B class it does not control the input power as well as a Class D monoamp which is designed for sub woofers. I think this amp would run 4 to 6 6×9 speakers perfectly, once you hook subs to it, it will overload with high bass.
Best amp for the money!!!
Ok so I’m not one to rant and rave about products that I purchase but….. This amp is one bad mamma jamma!!! I have it running 2 Pyle 12″ DVC’s that are rated at 1200w each wired at 1ohm and I have the gain set less than half way. It never gets hot will run for hours and literally knocked my dishes out of my kitchen cabinets when I was testing and tuning in my garage. If you need SERIOUS POWER then this is the amp for you!!! Yes I have ran it at 2ohm and 4ohm also and still it has amazing power for the money. This is literally the most bang for your buck when it comes to amps.
Lose The Heat Gain a Monster …
First to say that it thermals out under moderate load is true in my case, but an easy fix is to slap a 15″+/- heat sink up each side of the case about .250 from the radius, this sits nicely over the mosfets and go’s along way in keeping this unit out of the red. Keeping air moving over the sinks is key. I have it set as channels 1 & 2 at 2 ohms high pass into (4) 6 x 9’s front and rear each side, and channel 3+4 bridged 2 ohm low pass. crossed at 100hz with a pair of 12″ subs in tow. It Rock’s it Funk’s it Jam’s on the anything but country whatever. Its clean ,loud and thumps a plenty. That said the price to watt ratio was not to be ignored, albeit does not produce the published output current but it is a steal. I threw in a couple of pics to show the heatsink setup (I found these for 5pcs. for 11.00 on another popular sitebay) you will need high temp thermal adhesive, also cheap…. as a footnote I constructed a push pull fan system that mounts underneath this unit with (2) 80x80x10mm fans pushing air in through input side under vents and (2) 80x80x10mm fans pulling out air at the output end. The fan housing is .70″ thin and Runs past each end of the amp by an inch(may be visible in the photos as the Black subplate). it works well toggled from a rocker in the dash of my 88′ 4runner. In a nutshell this amp is a sonic bomb if you can set it up right and feed it well.True story, JK
Boss is the BASS BOSS!!! 5 the Hard Way…
Hey this one of the Best products I’ve bought from amazon. This bad boy does it job Plus More if that’s what you need. Blew 2 fuses under the hood before I got my Thump right were I wanted but believe me it didn’t take long. Got my 4000 Boss pushing 3 12s (pics in review) and They Do BANG!!! Should of went w a smaller Guage from the power like a 0-4 but it’s doing the job since I had already purchased amp kit. On a 3-4 hr trip or w truck constantly running the amp may get warm at times but it will definitely get hot on long trips if you have it working hard. But who wood go drive 4 hrs w their speakers jumping out car making them require a hearing aid lol. This amp is my newest best friend even tho my neighborhood shakes rattles and rolls when I get that itch lol. How about that for a review. Thank you BOSS…..
This amp has amazing power, I have it hook up to my xs power D3400 Main battery With 4 guage Nvx amp kit, I am soon installing an XS Power XP 3000 battery for my trunk and 0 guage Nvx wire…. Anyway this amp has the potential of getting really loud, I Have The BOSS AR 4000 amp pushing 2 Rockford fosgate P3 s . This amp puts out Clean loud bass, I only have the gain about a quarter of the up and it hits hard, so i would highly Recommend this AR 4000 its very affordable and it puts out clean bass response!
Great amp for < $100
Great value amplifier. Pushes one 12″ just fine. I’ve had many amps over the years, and this one is just fine for under $100. You won’t run any serious SPL setups on it, but it does the trick. Gets a little warm, but never overheats. Can’t believe we’ve come this far with mass production! An amp like this for less than a hundred bucks.One year update: I’ve beat the crap out of it and it has never given up. I’ve been @ 2ohms this entire time. I’m going to try an SA 12 @ 1 ohm and see how long it lasts.
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