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FS: ZED Leviathan III / Zuki Eleets v.1

Product Brand & Model:
1. ZED Leviathan III 6-channel amp

2. Zuki Eleets v.1 4-channel amp

Condition of all items:
1. VERY good condition, I'd say excellent except for a few very light surface scratches on the plexi (only visible at the right angle in the right lighting) and maybe a very small nick or two on the heat sink. Otherwise excellent condition.

2. VERY good condition as well with with a few small nicks on the heat sink which almost resemble dust they're so small. Usual light screw marks on mounting feet where paint is worn but not visible when mounted.

Total Price: :
1. $625 shipped with me covering pp fees

2. $375 shipped with me covering pp fees

Shipping Terms: :

on me

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Possible trades for JBL w15gti mkii, Illusion Audio c8-W, AD w800 neos, Large format Scanspeak Beryllium tweeters, BlieSma

ZED Leviathan III
1800 watt 6-channel amplifier
2 ohm : 330w x 6
4 ohm : 190w x 6
4 ohm bridge : 660w x 3

Zuki Eleets v.1
4-channel amplifier
175-200w roughly at 4 ohms (no real spec sheet but going off of testing done by reputable reviewers





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Nice amps!

The Zuki is a v1 not v2.
 

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That Leviathan is still my favorite amp! GLWS my dude.


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Same here.
If I was going to do any audio upgrades to my truck, it's what I would use. (with LED add-ons, of course)
Always envisioned lifting the back seat and seeing a Leviathan and a Minotaur, or two Levi's, all lit up.
Add in a plex sided rear center console with a down-firing Focal (the red cluster magnets) and some bent and polished copper tube for the connection wires.
Heaven!

Gotta make some progress on my Hotrod project before I get sucked back into audio, thou.:laugh:

GLWS
 

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Re: FS: ZED Leviathan III / Zuki Eleets v.1

Like this? (Sorry OP just trying to give motivation to potential buyers so that I don’t buy it :D )




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Re: FS: ZED Leviathan III / Zuki Eleets v.1

Like this? (Sorry OP just trying to give motivation to potential buyers so that I don’t buy it :D )




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Wishing I’d have done that this entire time now. Looks damn good. Rest easy my friend. Leviathan has been sold.


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Nice amps!



The Zuki is a v1 not v2.


You are correct sir, my apologies. Noted and edited. I do have the original box for the zuki as well. Has to be the oddest idea I’ve seen in terms of spec marketing. This thing is an absolute beast but I’m guessing maybe it’s done to showcase the insanely low distortion this amp has? Don’t know, but this is by and far the most powerful and efficient 5 - 10 watt amp I’ve ever laid my hands on.



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You are correct sir, my apologies. Noted and edited. I do have the original box for the zuki as well. Has to be the oddest idea I’ve seen in terms of spec marketing. This thing is an absolute beast but I’m guessing maybe it’s done to showcase the insanely low distortion this amp has? Don’t know, but this is by and far the most powerful and efficient 5 - 10 watt amp I’ve ever laid my hands on.



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Exactly, the builder knew how unimportant power specs are, so he had some fun with it by rating the amps at crazy low distortion. Sadly, it drove off a bunch of potential buyers, but I'm not sure he wanted to build amps for a living anyway.

Having owned both of those amps, I'm surprised the Zed sold first, the Zuki is a better amp.
 

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Exactly, the builder knew how unimportant power specs are, so he had some fun with it by rating the amps at crazy low distortion. Sadly, it drove off a bunch of potential buyers, but I'm not sure he wanted to build amps for a living anyway.



Having owned both of those amps, I'm surprised the Zed sold first, the Zuki is a better amp.


I couldn’t agree more. The Levi is a sharp looking class - D amp with crazy power and still somewhat small for what it is but for the zuki being class A/B and how effortless it seems to handle whatever I throw at it and not feel like it’s about to melt through the carpet in my trunk is pretty damn impressive. It’s an amazing amp that should still be in production today in a perfect world. And I can see how the box specs would scare some folks away. Had I not did a little digging and had there not been a couple awesome people that sat down to properly review it the only thing you’d have to go by to get the power Ratings would be strictly from the box. I want to say there wasn’t even a birth sheet included in it to begin with. You kind of have to use your brain at first looking at the dials even. Instead of saying Gain, level, velocity, etc. he has it as Thd above the dial. Which if you think about it is not exactly wrong but labeling the gain as distortion makes me think he was trying to make something unique to people that actually appreciated sq instead of going the other route and plastering fairy tale hypothetical wattage ratings.


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