For all you Kicker amps and car audio people there’s nothing better than having a kick car audio system decked out. I’m a big Kicker fan myself and I’m a firm believer they’re produce some of the tip kicker amps, subwoofers and decent door car speakers. For the quality of kicker audio equipment and the reasonable price I think they are simply one of the best systems you can have with the right setup. Today, I decided I would make a list of some of the top rated and best-selling kicker amplifiers of 2015.
2015 List of the Best Kicker Amps
Kicker Audio Background
Kicker Audio has been standing tall in the car audio industry for a long time. They have been in the game of manufacture some of the top competition subwoofers, regular subwoofers, car speakers, and better yet car amplifiers. They truly show their professional expertise in manufacturing car audio and define the real sound of music and bass. I would strongly recommend the kicker amplifier brand, due to its performance and quality; you can’t go wrong with an amplifier made by Kicker Audio.
Choosing number of channels
There are numerous different types, sizes, watts, and shapes of amplifier on the market. When it comes to buy a new kicker amp, one of the most important things you need to know if what and how many speakers/subwoofers you’re powering within your sound system. For instance, If you are running two 15” subwoofers, then you would want to get a two-channel amplifier. If you plan on just running one subwoofer then you would want to get a 1 or 2 channel amplifier. However, if you decide to go with a one subwoofer and 2 channel amplifiers because you might eventually add another subwoofer or something that’s fine. I would strongly recommend making sure it’s a bridgeable 2 channel amp because it will run a single subwoofer much better.
How many watts do I need?
Once you have figured out how many channel amplifier you need, then you need to find out the total RMS watts of the car audio system that you are going to power. By looking at the specifications of the speakers or subwoofers you have, you will see something called RMS. RMS is the recommended output power to each speakers or subwoofer. If you are hooking up multiple speakers and subwoofers then you would want to check to make you add all the RMS watts together to get the total required amount to run your sound system up to par.
Having a lack of power from your amplifier to your subwoofer is one of the most common mistakes people make, don’t be one of them. It takes less than 5 minutes to properly check the average watts that you will need.
Don’t forget before buying!
All in all, the importance of choice the best kick amps is matching is with kicker subwoofers. Also, matching up the channels with quantity and RMS watts is very crucial to completing your sound system to perform the best it can. Why spend all the money to build your sound system and have a lack of power due to your amplifier or amp wiring kit? That would be such a waste and should have even upgraded in the first place. Thanks for checking out our reviews on the top kicker amplifiers on the market to buy currently.