Is it hard to replace a subwoofer amp?
Replacing the amp is not difficult and requires only a screwdriver and some common sense. Here is the common sense part.
- Unplug the subwoofer from the power outlet.
- Don't touch any part of the inside of the amp, the capacitors may still have a charge in them.
- Don't try to Fix the amp unless you're a qualified repair person, which you're most likely not
- Don't even attempt this unless you are at least moderately handy.
- When you order your replacement amp be sure that the size of the faceplate matches the one on your current unit
- If possible make sure that it also matches the screw holes on the back of your unit. Remember subs do a lot of shaking and you don't want this thing falling out.
Disclaimer: If you get hurt doing this in any way, you're on your own. I don't recommend messing with an amp replacement I'm just letting you know you can if you really really want to.
That said, here are some amps to consider.
Dayton Audio SA240-B 240W Subwoofer Amplifier with Boost
Bash 300W Digital Subwoofer Amplifier
Bash 500W Digital Subwoofer Amplifier
100 Watt Subwoofer Amplifier Module
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