Best Motorcycle Amplifiers: Rev Up Your Bike and Your Music
These motorcycle amplifiers sound great and take up little space
This four-channel Bluetooth amplifier will power your motorcycle's sound system with 45 watts RMS per channel. It has plastic plugs to protect the connections, and you don't need a receiver.
It's easy to set up and use, and it produces a great sound. The Bluetooth connection is simple to operate, and the unit's extremely compact size allows for many mounting options.
While the controller is good and water-resistant, the amp unit is less so. Also, the amp may cut out when the volume is too high.
This four-channel, 400-watt Bluetooth amplifier will power your motorcycle's sound system with 45 watts RMS per channel. It's compact and will fit in tight spaces.
This amp sounds great with your motorcycle's stock stereo, and it puts out some decent power for its size. It's easy to install and produces a loud, crisp, and clear sound.
The speakers may intermittently shut off when you turn it up all the way. Also, you can't control the bass levels with this unit.
The Rockford Fosgate is a four-channel, 4-ohm, 300-watt amplifier. It's designed for stereo systems that require little space. Its dimensions are 1.53 inches by 4.25 by 6.75 inches.
This amp is loud and clear, and there are separate gain dials for front and rear speakers. It's fairly loud, even on the highway when riding through the rain.
This amp tends to run hot and can overheat, so it's recommended that you keep it well ventilated. The amp may also stop working after a few months of use.