ButtKicker BKA300-4/NW 300W Transducer Power Amplifier with Wireless Remote Control

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ButtKicker built the BKA-300-4/NW digital low frequency power amplifier using BASH® technology for cool, fanless operation. Designed to power up to 4 mini Concert, 4 mini LFE, or 4 Advance ButtKicker transducers, it also includes a wireless remote control with 3 EQ settings.
  • BASH technology built-in
  • 2-ohm stable with up to 300W of output
  • Variable low pass filter
  • Wireless remote control with 3 EQ settings included
  • Includes vertical mounting stand and installation accessories
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Weight: 6.85 lbs.  
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ButtKicker BKA300-4/NW 300W Transducer Power Amplifier with Wireless Remote Control

The ButtKicker BKA300-4/NW tabletop digital power amplifier is specifically designed as the perfect power partner for up to four BK-mini-CT mini Concerts (wired series-paralled), four BK-mini-LFE mini LFE (wired series-parallel), or two BK4-4 Advance ButtKicker transducers. Awesome features include: 2-ohm stability, variable 40 to 160 Hz low pass filter, 5-way binding post terminals, a wireless infrared remote control with intensity control and three preset EQ settings (Movies, Music, and Games), and IR in/out for daisy-chained amplifier control.

A Class D amplifier topology with BASH® technology was chosen for the BKA300-4/NW to keep efficiency high, and for its ability to be convection cooled with no need for a distracting cooling fan. One LFE RCA audio input, with 100 mV sensitivity, is paralleled to an RCA audio output for daisy-chaining amplifiers or connecting powered subwoofers. Banana plugs, a vertical mounting stand, an RCA dual female to single male Y-adapter, a 3 ft. RCA cable, and a high-to-low level signal adapter are included for quick connection and convenience.

Note: This amplifier is designed to be used with either 120 or 240 VAC power systems using the rear-mounted voltage selection switch. Ground loops can occur if this amplifier is connected to an ungrounded source. If you experience a ground loop, please use the groud loop isolator in the Related Items section.

Specifications: • Rated power output: 300 watts RMS into 4 ohms, 150 watts RMS into 2 ohms (current limited) • Frequency response: 10 to 300 Hz • Input sensitivity: 100 mV • Low pass adjustment: 40 Hz to 160 Hz (12 dB/octave) • Dimensions (H x W x D): 8.25" x 9.25" x 3.5" • Weight: 4.6 lbs. 

Product Specifications
  • Special FeaturesRemote Control
ButtKicker BKA300-4/NW 300W Transducer Power Amplifier with Wireless Remote Control
  • BrandButtKicker
  • ModelBKA300-4/NW
  • Part Number300-9424
  • UPC898114000487
  • Product CategoryHome Audio Amplifiers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (3 Reviews)
  • Weight6.85 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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ButtKicker BKA300-4/NW 300W Transducer Power Amplifier with Wireless Remote Control is rated 4.3333 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does as it should, but description is wrongAs can probably be guessed, I bought this to power some tactile transducers for my couch. It does that job quite well, though it doesn't need to be that great of an amp for this purpose. The transducers add a whole other dimension to watching movies that I was missing, despite having an excellent 15" sub (I now live in a townhouse with neighbors and cannot turn it up too loud.) However, I had originally planned to buy the Dayton Audio SA230 230W Subwoofer Amplifier which would have been more than adequate power for my needs, but paid $50 more for this one because Parts Express indicated repeatedly in its descriptions that it has a variable low-pass crossover from 40-160 Hz (whereas the Dayton only has an 80Hz low pass crossover). It does NOT have a variable low-pass crossover, only 160Hz and seriously, who crosses their tactile transducers that high? That is more than a little frustrating. My receiver crosses them over along with my sub at 80Hz, but I really only want them to come on much lower, say 40-50Hz or so. It just feels too weird...unnatural really...with them up to 80Hz. I only need them to work on explosions and really low bass. I thought this amp would be perfect because of the adjustable crossover, but since it doesn't have one, it's really no better for my purposes than the Dayton, which would've saved me $50. Parts Express, please fix your descriptions on this product.
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for watching movies.Adds another dimension to watching movies, that you didn't know you were missingWorks best at lower amp/volume, so as not to overpower the shaking movement.Doesn't show volume level on amp, so you have to guess with the remote control.
Date published: 2014-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best investment everI am using it to run 1 Clark Platinum1 Clark silver2 new Clark 209'sThe results of running all 4 clarks to the Buttkicker is "earthquake" shattering. I think I am going to have to separate the 2 209's into a separate amplifier. Its to hard to get the the right intensity between Platinum & silver with the 2 209'.I wish that the ButtKicker for a little extra money would have put in a meter or diods to show the rise & fall of the sound so you know how much Intensety to give it without blowing the Clarks.
Date published: 2013-02-18
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ButtKicker BKA300-4/NW 300W Transducer Power Amplifier with Wireless Remote Control

Where is the EQ settings on the remote?

Asked by: Baldmike
The EQ settins are labeled on the remote as "Preset EQ Settings" and there are three different options.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-20

Thanks mattp . I havnt wired them yet but one speaker has stopped working out of the 2 that I was told to wire in series . The parallel wired speaker is still working . Should I wire all 3 in series ? Could you show me a pic of the exact wiring sequence ?

Asked by: Ranj
Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, tech@parts-express.com or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-13

I understand mattp thanks . Shall I wire all three in series in the meantime until I get a fourth shaker ?

Asked by: Ranj
Yes, I would re wire them in the meantime.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-09

Thanks mattp! I was told by one the engineers at parts express I can wire 2 shakers in series and 1 parallel and tht would work . Done tht and they sound phenomenal !! But is tht safe ? 

Asked by: Ranj
While this will technically work in terms of impedance, the power is not distributed evenly and the shaker wired in parallel will be working harder than the other two in series. I do not recommend wiring them this way.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-08

Hi I've just purchased 3 aura sound pro bass shakers and a buttkiker amp (bka300-4/nw) . Will the amp power the aura sound shakers and what is the best method and correct settings. I look forward to your reply just in case I've made an error 

Asked by: Ranj
Three Aura shakers in parallel will present a 1.3 ohm load to the amp, so this will not work. They will have to be wired in series in order for the load to be safe. You would be farther ahead ordering a fourth shaker and wiring them in series/parallel for a four ohm load to the amplifier, which is perfectly safe. The settings on the amplifier are up to you in terms of the effect you want. I would recommend a relatively low setting for the low pass, these do not need to reproduce much above 50 Hz. The volume will be up to you.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-10-07

Can the low-pass filter be disabled?

Thinking about running two TST429 Clark Platinums through this unit and might want some reproduction over 160Hz. Is that possible?
Asked by: Zyphic
Unfortunately no it cannot be disabled.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-11-12
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