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Boss 20 Farad Capacitor With Digital Voltage Display And Blue Illumination

$76.25
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Part#: CAP20


  Boss 20 Farad Capacitor With Digital Voltage Display And Blue Illumination
 






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Boss 20 Farad Capacitor With Digital Voltage Display And Blue Illumination
ABOUT BOSS
Boss Audio Systems is one of the leading manufacturers of mobile audio components in the world. Based in Oxnard, California they have factories strategically located all around the world so that they can easily meet consumer demands in a timely manner. With over 25 years of industry experience it is no surprise that Boss has a record of outstanding customer service and provides some of the best warranties in the business. It has been the mission of the folks at Boss to offer high-performing products at prices that the average enthusiast can afford. With a great distribution network they have achieved this goal, so you know you will get great quality at a competitive price when you choose Boss.
FAQs
Q: What does Farad mean when it comes to power capacitors? How do I know which is best for me?
A: A Farad is a means of rating the power of a capacitor. Similar to how wattage is used as the power rating system for amplifiers, farads are used for capacitors. Because a capacitors job is to take some of the load off of the battery when you are running high-powered amplifiers, you will need to match the capacitor to the power output of the amplifier. A good general rule of thumb is that for every 500 - 1000 watts of amplifier you are running you will need roughly 1 farad for the capacitor. So if you are running 3000 watts of amplification you will need a 3+ farad capacitor.

Q: What does a Power Capacitor do? Why buy a Power Capacitor?
A: A power capacitor is a device used in your car audio setup to act as a buffer between your car battery and amplifier. Wired in line between the battery and amp it works by storing up energy from the battery so that when a drop in system voltage is detected it can temporarily release the stored energy to the amplifier. This helps to stabilize voltage across the system and will extend the life of your car audio components, especially amplifiers. It is important to match your capacitors power capabilities to that of your amplifier.

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