ZED Audio Draconia-II 4 channel amplifier
- Zed Audio
- ZED Audio Draconia-II
- The production run just started so please allow for some build time.
- 15.00 LBS
- Calculated at Checkout
DRACONIA is the smaller of our two 4 channel amplifiers. The unique features of this amplifier allow the user to configure the amplifier for almost every application.
- Rated power is 100 watts x 4 into 4 ohm or 200w x 4 into 2 ohm.
- Bridged power is 200w x 2 into 8 ohm or 400w x 2 into 4 ohm.
- The pairs of channels are independently bridgeable. Two or four input configuration.
- Channels 1+2 feature 24dB per octave Linkwitz Riley High and Low Pass crossovers.
- Channels 1+2 can run in FLAT mode (Pre-amplifiers completely bypassed), High Pass, Low Pass or Bandpass.
- Channels 3+4 feature 24dB per octave Linkwitz Riley High and Low Pass crossovers.
- Channels 3+4 can run in FLAT mode (Pre-amplifiers completely bypassed), High Pass, Low Pass or Bandpass.
- Channels 3+4 in addition feature SUB MODE which introduces a 24dB per octave variable subsonic crossovers and a 40Hz constant Q equalizer.
- Level controls accommodate input levels up to 8.0v RMS.
- Pre-amplifiers utilize a fully isolated power supply for zero ground loops.
- Pre-amplifiers drive the main amplifiers in a fully balanced mode.
- Class D amplifiers utilize high-speed high current low gate charge MOSFETs.
- Fully regulated power supply delivers power independent of battery voltage. There are a total of thirteen regulated power supplies. The power supply utilizes six 110 amp MOSFETs in a source follower configuration for maximum bandwidth.
- Low ESR 105°C capacitors are used in the power supply. Very high efficiency owing to the smart power supply.
- Tiffany RCA's with Teflon inserts are used for ultimate quality and reliability.
- Made in the USA
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Just wanted to let you know I think the Draconia is great. It feels like the power of the Olympus but the sound is much better. I really like having crossovers for both front and rear channels. I didn't like that about the Olympus. It seemed like it was missing something.
I got my Draconia the other day and what an awesome amp. Heavy as hell, havn't opened it up but it looks awesome. I really like the look, and the mounting feet don't look half as bad as people make them out to sound without giving it a try. Very classy looking and well built. I only have it running active to my metal LPG tweets and my Vifa MG 4" mids and it sounds awesome. I got the burr brown upgrade too. It also really shows how poorly my recordings on mp3 are. And with the volume all the way up coming from my eclipse 8053 I hear no noise.