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Lanzar MAXP124D


$90.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable of working with high-powered amps. Build fairly durably, can be pushed a little past the recommended peak occasionally without blowing. Binding post and mounting bracket are easy to work with.

The Cons:Powerful enough to rattle a weak box to pieces, need to build a higher end enclosure for it. Hard to find an amp that matches the specific 1600watt peak supported here, either end up under-using it or over-using it.

 The Lanzar MAXP Series Woofer, released in 2008, is a subwoofer engineered for consistent performance. It features a non-press paper cone, 1600 w peak power, a silver plated terminal, and a rubber magnet boot.

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These subwoofers have specially treated foam edge suspension, a stamped steel basket with Hex key input terminals. The sound is produced by a 2" Dual Layer High Temperature Voice Coil, and 80 + 80 oz. Heavy Double Stacked Magnet Structure. The mounting depth is 5.76", and it has a bumped vented motor structure. The subwoofers have an impedance of 4 Ohms, 91 dB sensitivity, and a 12 inch diameter.

Features

  • Released in 2008
  • Non-Press Paper Cone
  • 1600 Watts Peak Power
  • Silver Plated Terminal
  • Rubber Magnet Boot
  • Specially Treated Foam Edge Suspension
  • 2" Dual Layer High Temperature Voice Coil
  • 80 + 80 oz. Heavy Double Stacked Magnet Structure
  • Mounting Depth is 5.76"
  • Bumped Vented Motor Structure
  • 6.4" Mounting Depth
  • Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 91 dB
  • 12-Inch Diameter

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    capable of working with high-powered amps

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    build fairly durably, can be pushed a little past the recommended peak occasionally without blowing

  • 1

    binding post and mounting bracket are easy to work with

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    enough bass volume for enthusiasts, output is high

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    good clarity, doesn't come across distorted or muffled

  • 1

    show strong improvement as they are broken in, sound becomes more detailed and rich

Cons
  • 1

    powerful enough to rattle a weak box to pieces, need to build a higher end enclosure for it

  • 1

    hard to find an amp that matches the specific 1600watt peak supported here, either end up under-using it or over-using it

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