Welcome to our DJ Amplifier section. Our superb DJ amplifiers ranges include models from Peavey, Alesis and Kam. Here you will find everything ranging from budget bedroom amplifiers right through to professional PA and mobile disco power amplifiers. Nearly all of our amplifiers are rack mountable and include built in limiters, fan cooling and crossovers. Crown, JBL and Numark also feature very strongly in this fantastic range of DJ amplifiers. Don't forget, we have the best discounted prices online and offer same day dispatch on everything you order! Why not read the 'Choosing the correct Power Amplifier for your Disco/DJ Setup' section at the bottom of this page.
DJ Amplifiers, or DJ Power Amplifiers' as they are otherwise known form the heart of any passive sound system. DJ Power Amplifiers are usually always 19" wide in order that they can be installed into a 19" rack carry case if required, have built-in fans to flow air in and out of the amplifier casing to keep the output transistors cool and are of a very sturdy build quality. Features of DJ Amplifiers are fairly basis, with only having two volume controls on the front. The reason for this is due to the fact that most applications involve having a mixer connected so all the EQ adjustments are controlled externally. The rear of DJ Power Amps again are fairly basic with just your 'inputs' and 'outputs'. The inputs are a left and right in the form of either XLR (three pin), RCA (phono plugs) or quarter inch mono jacks. The Outputs are either Speakon (large blue twist and turn type) or quarter in jacks. These will connect straight to your speakers. The reason for just having just two speaker outputs is because if you want to run four speakers (this is the maximum) you will connect from the DJ Amplifier to one pair and then 'daisy chain' out of those speakers into another pair. Make sure that when running four speakers like this, that they are all 8ohm impedance which will then reduce the ohms from your amplifier to a 4ohm output. Most all amplifiers will run fine in 4ohms and will actually increase the power output! The problem comes if you connect four 4ohm full range speakers which will then reduce the ohms load of your amplifier to 2ohm (most amplifiers will NOT like this, overheat and go into 'protect' mode). Any other help in choosing the correct Disco Power Amplifier for you, don't hesitae to contact our helpfull sales team for advice.