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Product Brand & Model:
Zapco Z100S1VX
Oldschool 'cheater amp'
Mono subwoofer amplifier
Made in USA around 1995
1 x 100 watts @ 4 Ohms
1 x 200 watts @ 2 Ohms
30 amp fuse

I haven't seen any amp dyno results personally, but heard that it might put out as much as double the rated power. It certainly bumps really well with my sub.
It's tested and fully working. Sound is great, the adjustable crossover slope is really nice, ie having the option of a 24db slope for the sub stage is awesome.
The amp has a selector switch for the input voltage, adjustable from .25 to 5.0 Volts, so it will work well even with budget decks.
There's an adjustable high-pass output adding to the amp's versatility.


Condition of all items:

Cosmetics are on the rough side, but still presentable. I tried to capture the scratch across the top from multiple angles so you can get a good look at it.

Mechanically it's fully functional.


Total Price: :

$115 shipped

Shipping Terms: :

On me. The amp will be very well packed.

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Additional info:

I'm firm on the price.
I do have use for this amp and don't need to get rid of it, I actually really like it.
HOWEVER, I 'need' to buy 2 Dayton Audio APA150 amps to power my large, power hungry NHT towers. Sacrifices have to be made to feed them. hahaha

Please let me know if you'd like to see any more pictures of different angles.
Thank you for looking.






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