If we know our customers, bass is one of the most important aspects of their audio systems. In order to achieve such bass, you must have an amplifier that will be able to fill the bill. The folks at Lanzar have revamped their OptiDrive series amplifiers for 2012. Most of these beastly amps are now 0.5 ohm stable meaning they are ideal for competitions and daily use alike. Having the ability to maintain 0.5 ohm stability can keep the frustration away from people who own Dual 2 ohm subwoofers. Two Dual 2 ohm subwoofers can ether be wired in Series configuration at an impedance of 2 ohms or in parallel configuration at an impedance of 0.5 ohms in which these amplifiers can accomplish. The OptiDrive Series is available in ten monoblocks and two 4-channel models so you can be certain that you can find an amplifier to fit your application.
An amplifier is only as good as the versatility and quality it can achieve. The Optidrive Series amplifiers all share a variety of different functions and features that make them an invaluable purchase. They all include built in low and high-pass filters for proper tuning and sound customization. The included wired bass control knob ensures that bass levels can be conveniently controlled from a user-defined location. Pre-amp outputs are present to daisy chain multiple amplifiers together which is ideal for competitions. As well as a heavy duty power coated heatsink for maximum heat dissipation. Combined with a subsonic filter and a 180 degree phase control, you have an amplifier that is ready to take on any challenge.