BOSS Audio PF1800 Phantom 1800 Watt, 4 Channel, 2/4 Ohm Stable Class A/B, Full Range, Bridgeable, MOSFET Car Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Control

Shift your music into gear with the Boss Audio Phantom PF1800 4-Channel Class A/B Full Range Amplifier. This powerful 2-Ohm stable amplifier features 1800 Watts Max Power with a MOSFET power supply for better performance to get your vehicle rocking. Customize the sound with Low and High Pass Crossover, Bass Boost and Remote Subwoofer Control. Bridge channels for more power and flexibility. The Phantom Series are full-featured amplifiers that offer eye-catching Multi LED Backlit Illumination and customization for high quality sound and performance. Rock out with the Boss Audio PF1800. For more product details, please scroll down.

Product Features

  • 450 W MAX Power @ 2 Ohm x 4 Channels
  • 225 W MAX Power @ 4 Ohm x 4 Channels
  • 900 W MAX Bridged Power @ 4 Ohm x 2 Channels
  • Full-Range, Class A / B Topology, MOSFET Power Supply
  • Low and High Level Inputs, Variable Filter, Variable Bass Boost
  • Remote Subwoofer Control, Red LED Backlit Illumination
  • Dimensions: Depth 13.5″ x Width 10.3″ x Height 2.3″
  • 6 Year Platinum Online Dealer Warranty

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2 Responses to BOSS Audio PF1800 Phantom 1800 Watt, 4 Channel, 2/4 Ohm Stable Class A/B, Full Range, Bridgeable, MOSFET Car Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Control

  1. David Manuel says:

    Lots of Power for the price, but not truly 3700W. This is a great amp for the price…It sates that the max power is 3700W but really it’s not nearly that. That’s BOSS for you though, but It’s at about 1920W Peak Max Power at 2 Ohms and it’s around 960W total RMS at 2 Ohms. This is true because of Ohm’s Law. I saw that it has only two 40A fuses which gave it a max current handling rating of 80A. If you use an Ohm’s Law calculator for the total power output @ 80A with 12V you get 960W RMS at 2 ohms. And 480W total RMS at 4 ohms. This is why…

  2. Jake Thueson says:

    It’s stupid loud, which is what my teenagers wanted