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Polk Audio PA330 Class AB 2 Channel Amplifier - 300 watts

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Key Features

  • Class AB Bridgeable Amplifier 300 Watts
  • Full range 2 Channels operation
  • Stable and High-Speed MOSFET power supply
  • Nickel plated terminals for maximum signal transfer
  • Corrosion-Free, Environmental Friendly Stainless Steel Construction

The Polk Audio PA330.2 is a conventional type of car amplifier that features an incredibly small chassis, yet with a sound output that is simply amazing. The sheer size of this amplifier makes it easy to install practically anywhere within your ride. Given a great finish in black anodized brushed aluminum heat sink, the amplifier boasts great mass given its puny size. The messy wiring and connections are well camouflaged, thanks to the integrated molded end caps. With the power and speaker connections located on one end, and a pair of 25A ATC type fuses at the other, the Polk Audio PA330.2 comes with inputs controls and adjustments located conveniently.

The built in 12 decibel octave crossovers convey the all-pass and high pass filters to the front channels, while the rear channels get the filters for the low or high pass, including all pass setting. With the crossover frequency range set at between 50 Hz to 500 Hz for all the configurations, the bass boost that comes for the front and rear channels is independently adjustable. The conventional class AB design is based on high current MOSFET technology and also features a couple of complementary bi-polar transistors for each channel inside the amplifier. You can also have the rear channels bridged to a subwoofer and have the crossovers adjusted to suit your loudspeakers, and enjoy the divine music emanating as you drive your ride around town.

Unit includes: Car Amplifier, Mounting hardware, and Instruction manual

Polk Audio PA330 Class AB 2 Channel Amplifier - 300 watts
  • Bridgeable Class AB Technology for a cooler operation
  • 300 watts Full Range 2 Channel Operation
  • Stable High-Speed MOSFET power supply
  • Short Circuit, DC Voltage and Thermal Protection
  • Maximum signal transfer with the help of Nickel plated terminal
  • Corrosion-Free, Environmental Friendly Stainless Steel Construction
  • 3-position(0,6,12dB) Hz Bass Boost
  • Total dynamic power of 300 watts
  • Minimum bridged impedance @ 4 ohms and minimum un-bridged impedance @ 2 ohms
  • 80 dBA of Signal-to-noise ratio
  • 20Hz-20kHz of total frequency response
    Max Power Output:
  • 300 watts
    RMS Power Output:
  • 200 watts @ 4 ohms bridged operation
  • 75 watts @ 4 ohms un-bridged operation
  • 100 watts @ 2 ohms un-bridged operation
    Inputs and Outputs:
  • 12dB/oct of High-Pass Filter Slope
  • 12dB/oct of Low-Pass Filter Slope
  • 1.94”(H) X 7.75”(W) X 8.13”(L)
    Warranty Duration:
  • Basic Warranty: 1 year
More Information
Manufacturer Polk Audio
Part Number PA330
Amplifier Topology Class Class AB
Number of Channels 2 Channel
Amplifier Bridging Bridgable @ 4 ohms
Minimum Impedance in Bridged Mode 4 ohm
Minimum Impedance in Un-Bridged Mode 2 ohm
Strappable Amplifier No
Preamp voltage 150 mV - 12 V
Speaker level inputs Yes
Gain Control Yes
Bass Knob / Remote Gain No
Built in Crossover High-pass, Low-pass
Cooling Fan No
Color Black
Warranty 1 Year
Recommended Power Wire Gauge 4 Gauge
CEA2006 Compliant No
Return period 30 days
Exchange period 30 days
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