If the Full-Size Polaris Ranger stereo setup you're running is too underpowered for your liking, an amplifier is the solution you're looking for. Many sound system kits made for the Polaris Ranger Full-Size come with amps, and some speaker setups and sound bars have built-in amplifiers. But if you're thinking about adding a subwoofer to your system for some additional low-range punch, an external amp is likely required to drive it. The size of amplifier you'll need will largely depend on the demands of your system as well as your personal preferences. Some riders only need a 200-watt amplifier, while others run multiple 1,000-watt amplifiers. You shouldn't need a power capacitor for any UTV amplifier, and most amps are 100% sealed up to avoid water damage and short circuits. The Polaris Ranger Full-Size amps at Everything Polaris Ranger are also shock-resistant, so no matter how hard you ride, your amp won't get rattled or shaken up.
At Everything Polaris Ranger, we've got single-channel amplifiers as well as multi-channel amplifiers for the Polaris Ranger Full-Size. And for those that already use amplifiers, we also have amp components and replacement amplifiers. If your amplifier stops working, there are several common culprits that cause problems. The best thing you can do is unplug everything from the amplifier except for power to rule out a short in the speaker wire or RCA. Next, you should check where the wires connect to the battery. Corroded wires will often allow 12 volts to pass through, but not necessarily enough amperage to kick on the amp. If all the wires are solid, it's safe to assume that your amplifier is bad. Many UTV amps out there have fans in them, and don’t take much water to kill them. And for this reason, if you're going to get an amplifier for your Polaris Ranger Full-Size, you may as well do it right the first time and get a waterproof amp from Everything Polaris Ranger.