there was some history of these amp 300.4 overheating, but recent information states this has been resolved. I offer that information in the event you read about it but miss the update OR consider buying a used on (buyer beware). Personally, I will add a second 300.2 if I go the lid option. For the most part the biketronics speakers and amps solved my problem. No debating to convert from SG to RG instead of buying the new 15. Decisions decisions.If you are going the PBR route, I would buy a 4 channel, the PBR300X4, so when you add saddlebag lid speakers, you won't have to buy another amp.
This is a popular amp, a good buy for the money. It's not 100% plug and play, but it's not a bad install from what I have read and investigated.
No splicing.....cut and re-connect wires. Took me an hour and I have never wrenched on a bike. Run power and ground to battery- i removed gas tank to do it (takes about 3 minutes). The amp came with wiring instructions.are these plug and play? or do i need to splice the wires? i assume i have to find a power source for it as well? need info if you have it...thx
are these plug and play? or do i need to splice the wires? i assume i have to find a power source for it as well? need info if you have it...thx