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    Lanzar amps protection mode?

    what are the pro's and con's of using these amps? I hear from different forum that some are having problem with them going into protection mode. why is this? would i have 2 expect this from the lanzar d2000m, d3000m, or the 1200d?







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    matters

    Keep your gains down and you should be fine. Just because a few did dosn't mean you will. All 3 are good quality amps that you will be happy with.



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    Every owner's review of the 2000m and 3000m is that they are rock solid and extremely powerful for the cost. Lanzar did have some technical issues early on with the 1200D but claims to have gotten the bugs out by the 3rd revision. I'm guessing most of the 1200D's on sale currently would be of the 3rd or later build.




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    yah

    u wont go wrong with either of the amps



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