|Amplifier Type||Dual Channel|
|RMS Power at 2 Ohms||400 W x 2|
|RMS Power at 4 Ohms||250 W x 2|
|Frequency Response||5 Hz - 35 Hz|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||90 dB|
|THD at Rated RMS Power||0.04 %|
|Crossover / Equalizer|
|Bass Boost||With Bass Boost|
|High - Pass Frequency||80 Hz - 2500 Hz|
|Low - Pass Frequency||35 Hz - 400 Hz|
Average review score based on 3 user reviews
This amp is rated for 250watts x 2 @ 2 ohms rms, until you read into the manual where it is only 75 watts x2 rms @ 2 ohms, so I benched it and found it was actually pushing 184 watts x 2 @ 2.23 ohms rms @ 13.3 volts. That is pretty impressive. This amp does not "clip" my infinity subs at all. In fact, I could go to the next large sub with higher rms and still be slighly overdriving them.
The design of this amp is very good, it was designed in USA but it was produced in china, so you may not get the quality of build you where hoping for, but the design dictates alot of the amps "suvivability". For example, the amp I received, did NOT work out of the box, and rather than send it back and play that game, I opened it up and found that a main pwr lead was never soldered from the pwr terminal to the fuse spade, so I soldered it up and it was good to go. This gave me a chance to see the board layout and pills that they used, which I was impressed with. The design was well laid out with heavy board conducters and a loose regulation of the outputs.
For the 100 bucks I spent on this amp, i would but another one anytime. I am not saying "forget JL audio or synphoni or other big boys", I am just saying, if you want good sound for a good price for your daily driver, Lanzar is a good way to go.
It is a great functioning amp and great looking amp. Great function features and cool lights display. Only unfortunate problem is Lanzar discontinued the amp and replaced it with the MXA234.