Best Hifonics Amps: Get the Best Bass You Can
These top HIfonics amps are a great upgrade to your car’s audio system
The Zeus series amplifier has a maximum power rating of four ohms and a maximum power output of 3,200 watts. It includes a wired remote bass level control and variable bass boost.
The amp provides very clear bass and solid power across the board. The bass control allows accurate adjustments at different decibels. Overall, it's powerful, reliable, and produces great sound.
The amp can get very hot and may overheat if it's used for a prolonged period of time. It may also stop working after less than a year of use.
The Brutus 2,400-watt amplifier features LED power (green) and protect (red) indicators. It has built-in system diagnostics and preamp RCA outputs.
This amp is powerful, durable, and the bass is deep. The sound quality and workmanship are incredible, and it looks good. Overall, it's an excellent-sounding amp for the money.
Similar to our best pick, the Brutus amp has a tendency to overheat, and it may blow out after just a short period of use. It may even smoke or catch fire.
The 3,000-watt Hercules amp has an RMS power rating of four ohms and a twin-turbo coil PS pulse width modulated MOSFET power supply to keep the voltage constant through the Ultra-Fi output devices.
This amp produces clean bass that hits hard. It provides plenty of power and options to go with it. Its old-school look competes with high-end amps at an affordable price.
This amp may blow and stop working after a few months of use. Also, it may not be packaged well during shipping, which can potentially harm the device.