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BOSS Audio AR3000D  3000 Watt, 1, 2, 4 Ohm Stable Class D Monoblock Car Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Control Reviews

BOSS Audio AR3000D 3000 Watt, 1, 2, 4 Ohm Stable Class D Monoblock Car Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Control Reviews


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BOSS Audio AR3000D 3000 Watt, 1, 2, 4 Ohm Stable Class D Monoblock Car Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Control

BOSS Audio AR3000D  3000 Watt, 1, 2, 4 Ohm Stable Class D Monoblock Car Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Control
  • 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 AR4000D 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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  1. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Mixed feelings, November 21, 2016
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    I have mixed feelings about this amp. I have bought 3 of these… I am only using 2 in my setup. I have them running 4 12″ subs, each sub has a 3000 watt RMS, dual voice coil. Each sub is in series 2 ohms each coil, so at 4 ohms with the voice coils, then a second sub is in parallel giving it 2 ohms, those 2 subs go on 1 amp. These are competition subs, they hit HARD. I did cheap out on the amp sadly, but these amps do hit pretty good, I am not getting 3000 watts at least I don’t think, most I am getting at 2 ohms with this amp is 1000-1500. I had to get a high output alternator with these because even going 75 mph my headlights were dimming really bad. Also needed 2 8 farad capacitors.

    So I was driving and one of the amps starts smoking, you could smell it… OK crap, didn’t order it from Amazon, ordered it from VMInnovations on Amazon or whatever it is… Hard to get a clear reply even though it was less than 30 days, so I won’t buy from them again. But this review is not about the seller its about the product. So I get another one from Amazon as I want all 4 subs blasting when I drive. Get it in 2 days, install it, and life continues… Then the other one did the same thing, had the same smell. Crap ok, so being a electronics guy…

    I opened the first amp, and found 4 100V 220MF capacitors that had puffed tops, ok thats the smell, the funny thing is I noticed the smell happening one at a time on the third amp. Then finally the other day it went out. So, these 4 caps either blew because they are cheap garbage or, just under rated on the voltage. Keep in mind when amplifying your voltage goes up significantly, and when it peaks it might go above 100V. Meh So I went on ebay found a 200V 220MF as they weren’t on Amazon. replaced them in all 3 broken amps. They now work fine, power up, I just re-installed 2 of the amps tonight, and ran them for about 30 minutes, solid, as a matter a fact… They seem louder (I doubt maybe just lack of bass for last 2 weeks). I will keep posted on if they blow too. These caps are rated 100Volts more. These subs I have are power hungry, though I am not dropping them below 2 ohms on the amp.

    I am not even peaking the amp, I was still in the burn in, still loud but slowly increasing volume. So if you have these amps and have issues simply replace the 4 capacitors as shown in the attached picture. I circled the capacitors… Also keep in mind they are polarized, negative terminal on the capacitor is inside. Only time will tell, if this doesn’t work I am just going to dish out the extra cash and get some competition amps. Make sure you do not change the value of 220. Also I recommend going above 100Volts, if you go below they will blow for sure. But you can match this value or go above, keep in mind too much above all 4 caps may not fit. The 200V ones I bought do fit, however slightly off. I only recommend this to someone that actually knows how to solder.

    So good amp yes, you probably won’t get the 3000 Watts you are expecting to get at 1 ohm, but I can’t say to be honest. The caps will blow if you are using good subs, they didn’t blow before I changed the subs from the boss 3000Watt subs, which didn’t hit that hard. Good luck

    ADDITION: So I connected my Fluke meter to measure the current this thing takes, I am getting about 60 amps peak. So not bad… however… 2 of the amps did just fail, one started smoking again other was getting hot and in protect, also blew the inline fuse. See the other picture attached. As you can see the burned components, and transisotrs are fried. Do not use this amp on competition subs. Subs that demand power, it will destroy the amp. Both amps are repairable to an extent of time and troubleshooting however i’d rather not waste time on them. This amp had most transistors blown, and the resistors next to them with the diodes.

    The other was doing something strange, I checked all components in line, and could only find one bad transistor which I replaced. Otherwise when I connect to my desk amp, its pilling more than 5 amps, goes into protect, but even then all the transistors heat up. Every component in line to them is fine. I know its a failing component that only gets messed up when it actually has current being inducted through it. Otherwise it will be fun to find it. This issue is also intermittent, sometimes it would not do it at all, the amp should pull about 1.5 amps when first powered on, however most the time it just goes into protect. So yea I might play with it a bit, but I am going to go with Orion or Power Acoustk, I learned, don’t cheap out if you already spent the money on everything else. I have 3 of these which basically will end up in the trash, one of which is working, the other 2, well one of them I might be able to fix, but I don’t want to waste my time. So just keep in mind, if you’re using Boss speakers, or…

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works like a boss!!!!!, October 28, 2016
    By 
    Edgardo Cantu
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    UPDATE 11-10-16
    After a week Still impressed, did a meter test and it was drawing 50 amps x 12v = 600 watts true rms @ full volume. So I Upgraded my wire and new better battery terminals and 100a fuse holder. Did another meter test and i got 100 amps x 12v = 1200 watts true rms… it blew the fuse holder. So I ordered a better fuse holder with 150a fuse.. will do another update when installed

    After reading almost all the reviews for this amp I decided to just go for it! Glad I did!

    I needed an amp the can push (1) 15″ Orion HCCA dual 2ohm wired to 1.13ohms exactly. That being said, I got my amp today and installed it my self.

    I was really nervous at first thinking this amp would not be able to push the sub hard enough and thinking the amp might blow a fuse or something of that matter.

    Turn it on and I was Amazed by the amount of power it was feeding my Orion. Put it this way, i couldn’t even go past 1/4 turn on my bass knob and the head unit past 1/3! The sub was flexing about 3 inches, my hair and beard was vibrating and my truck felt like it was gonna fall apart… I mean the doors were flexing so hard it looked like it wanted to open. And my windows looked like they wanted to chatter… amp settings were set all to minimum except the gain wich I was controlling with my knob.

    Honestly I’m afraid and excited and nervous to turn it half way thinking the air bags will set off or windows chattering…

    I drive a 2009 2 door Ranger , with stock head unit and I removed my passenger side seat to e able to fit my 15 inch sub.. it takes up the whole space..

    I will update once I crank it up more and run it for a bout 45 min…

    Extremely happy with this amp and for the price you can’t beat it! Hope this review helps.. if it can hammer my competition 15″ Orion HCCA it definitely can hammer any other sub out there with ease.. might even blow your sub if your not careful …

    As for the negative reviews, well you prob don’t know what your doing, not hooked up at the correct ohms the amp requires will definitely blow your amp!

    Update-1
    Just noticed it cracked my front windshield !!

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing power, November 13, 2016
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    Joey (Long Island, NY) –

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    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!
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