Ground Zero announced new subwoofers and amplifiers for 2015.
Under its Radioactive line, new subwoofers include 10 inch SPL models available in a 2 x 1 ohm version called the GZRW 25XPLD1 and a 2 x 2 ohm version, model GZRW 25XSPL-D2. Both use 2.5-inch high grade copper voice coils and yellow steel baskets with double layer Polycot spiders.
They are joined by 15-inch subwoofers available in a 2 x 2 ohm version, model GZRW 15D2, and a 2 x 4 ohm version, GZRW 15D4. They use 3-inch voice coils with single layer Polycot spiders and black steel baskets.
Also new are Nuclear low impedance amplifiers including a 4-channel “GZNA 4330XII” and the mono “GZNA 1.2550DXII” that are 1 ohm stable per channel. The former provides the output power of 4x 240/420/650W @ 4/2/1 Ohm and 2x 1300Watt in 2 ohm bridge-mode.
The new Class D Mono amplifier GZNA 1.2550DXII, which replaces the GZNA 1.2500DXII, is rated at 1x 1100/2000/3100Watt @ 4/2/1 ohm.
The amps can be linked together for 6200 watt @ 2 ohm.
Ground Zero was founded in the late 90s and produces car audio products engineered in Germany.
For more information visit www.ground-zero-audio.com