Ground Zero is introducing a new generation of its car audio amplifiers designed for sound quality. The new Reference PURE line will launch in July as “the best sound quality amplifiers” yet built by the company, it said.
Ground Zero removed all filters and unnecessary controllers, which could influence the signal. The result is the most unobstructed signal flow from the RCA input all the way to the speaker terminals, said it said.
It claims to use sophisticated components in the line such as Rhodium RCA connectors and a Type LM4562 OP Amp.
The line’s total harmonic distortion, THD+N, is rated lower than 0.00003%.
The amps’ power supplies are now separated (as an improvement over the previous Reference series).
The new PURE amps include the PURE 2 and 4 and are rated at 2 x 420/750/1150 watts (4/2/1 ohm) and 4 x 150/270/425 watts.
The 4-channel version can be considered as a “dual-2-channel” amp. “And strictly speaking, the 2-channel Reference PURE is technically a ‘dual-mono’ as the right and left channel is virtually absolute separated from each other,” said Ground Zero. Both are designed to handle extreme loads down to 1 ohm.
The amps are delivered in a real wood box.
Ground Zero was founded in the late 90s, and is now distributed in over 60 countries. Its products are engineered in Germany.
For more information visit www.ground-zero-audio.com/en/