DD Audio ZVL Multi Amplifier Synching Module

DD Audio ZVL Multi Amplifier Synching Module

The DD Audio ZVL is a multi amplifier synching module designed to allow a user to link, strap, and tune the preamps of multiple amplifiers from a single module for precision control of large mobile audio systems. The ZVL is universally compatible but it was designed to work seamlessly with DD's new M Series amplifiers ZVL Input. The ZVL can be used as active RCA distribution to sync full range amps, or a combination of sub and full range making installing multi amp setups easier, cleaner and quicker.

MSRP (USD)

  • $175.00

For more information, visit ddaudio.com.

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