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    Trauma Amps are designed by the best amp repairman in the business at AmpMedics. For the last 20 years, he has worked on thousands of amps and sees the same design problems over and over. When he got so fed up with the poor design and parts coming through his shop, he designed his own amp that eliminates the issues he has fixed for decades from other manufacturers! Trauma amps deliver the performance and reliability you’ve been waiting for with better insulation, more airflow, more glue, Korean capacitors, and no cheap Chinese assembly!


    Everyone knows poor quality or poorly installed RCA cables will act as a noise antenna! With Bluetooth enabled amplifiers, you don’t have to worry about running RCA cables or positioning them  to prevent noise! Trauma amp’s Bluetooth signal provides clean audio with precision filtration and polishing before amplification. Bluetooth connectivity also allows you to install subs without disturbing your head unit. Just run power and ground and you are ready to go! You can use dual connect to stream music to the amp and stock head unit simultaneously or with a RCA to headphone jack you can also stream to your stock head unit through the auxiliary input! So clean!


    We don’t take our quality promise lightly (probably because an amp repairman designed our product) but to show you we’re serious, there is an AmpMedic backed 2 year warranty on all of our amps! Our team also sent our first amps straight to competition level users to verify we weren’t just tooting our own horn. Check out what our first buyers are saying below and then go ahead and give our amp a try with confidence since it is backed by a 2 year warranty from the best repairman in the business!



Our designs come from over 20 years of repair experience. Ampmedics designed these boards to increase reliability and performance. After thousands of amp repairs, they found consistent design issues across brands and manufacturers that we used to create our improved designs that are now available to you in our Trauma Concussion amplifiers.

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Warranty Policy

Trauma Car Audio warranties its products to be free of defects for a period of two (2) years. This warranty is non-transferable and applies only to the original purchaser from an authorized Trauma Car Audio dealer. Damage caused by the following is not covered under warranty: abuse, misuse, accidents, water damage or any elemental cause of damage, acts of God, product modification or neglect, failure to follow installation instructions, running at lower impedance than recommended, unauthorized repair attempts, misrepresentation by the seller. This warranty also does not cover consequential or incidental damage and does not cover the cost of removing or reinstalling the unit(s). Should any malfunctions or defects occur and service is necessary under warranty, Trauma Car Audio will (at its discretion) repair or replace the defective product with a new or remanufactured product at no charge. Cosmetic damage due to normal or accidental wear and tear is not covered under warranty.

Repair Policy

Trauma Car Audio has an exclusive agreement with Amp Medics to repair or exchange all of our amplifiers. All warranty claims must have the original invoice to validate the warranty service. If you need to send your amplifier for repair or exchange, send us an email at sales@traumacaraudio.com and send your item to: Amp Medics 12121 Little Rd #298 Hudson, Fl 34667 United States.

Return policy

Returns are accepted for a full refund provided that it is within 30 days of your purchase. Refunds or exchange cannot be offered beyond the 30 day period. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it in the original packaging. To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase. There are certain situations where only partial refunds are granted such as an item not in its original packaging, damaged, or missing parts for reasons not due to our error.


Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will then notify you of the status of your refund. Shipping costs are non-refundable. If your return is approved, then your refund will be processed and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment within seven business days.

Returning an item

To return your product, send us a email at sales@traumacaraudio.com and send your item with proof of purchase to: Trauma Car Audio, Inc  6710 Osteen Rd, Port Richey FL 34653, United States. You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping cost for returning your item. Shipping cost are non-refundable.  When shipping your item, you should consider using a trackable shipping service and purchasing shipping insurance. We do not guarantee that we will receive your returned item.

Where should I ground my amp?

First, your ground wire should be the same gauge as your power wire and must make direct contact with the car chassis / frame or to the battery. Use a ring terminal on the end of the ground wire to keep it securely fastened. A star washer will help your ground wire maintain a solid contact.

Where can I mount my amp?

Amplifiers need open air space around it to dissipate the build up heat, otherwise it will overheat and shut down. Never mount a amp to the subwoofer box, vibration from the box will damage the amp. Be sure to install the mounting brackets provided with your amp.

My amplifire is set up but won't turn on, whats wrong?

Make sure you check and repair the following.

* Check for blown fuses

* Is the amplifire properly grounded?

* Is the receiver on?

* Is the turn on lead properly connected?

* Do other electrical components on your car work?

* On multiple amps set ups, have you tried powering one amp at a time?

* Is the power cable from the battery firmly connected at both ends?

* Is the ground cables firmly connected to the chassis / frome with a clean electrical connection?

* Is the input swich set to the correct source? (Bluetooth / RCA)

 If the answer to all those questions was yes and your amp still doesn't come on, then perform the following test before calling in the experts.

* Remove the in-line fuse from the power cable.

* Disconnect the turn on lead from the amp. 

* Connect a wire from the amp remote terminal to the power terminal, leaving the power cable connected to the amp.

* Replace the power fuse.

The amplifire should come on at this time. If your amplifire doesn't turn on, you most likely have a damaged unit.