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MTX Thunder Square TS5512

MTX Audio’s Thunder Square (TS) subwoofer line is serious. The mad scientists at MTX designed hundreds of subwoofers before creating the loudest square subwoofer in the class. Utilizing patented technology (U.S. Patent # 7,275,620), MTX’s TS subwoofers are capable of delivering bass like no other square subwoofer can even think of. Translated for those of you new to the audio world, these subwoofers are &@%ing loud! Available in dual 2ohm and dual 4ohm configurations, MTX is revolutionizing the sound of square. For more visit www.mtx.com In Canada visit www.mitekcanada.com


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Hollywood Digital Excursion 1280-D

Hollywood Digital introduces their newest version of the Excursion HVX 1280- D subwoofers. Excursion 1280-D woofers set a new standard in high excursion, high output subwoofers. They feature a high BL, solid stock, low carbon MAFOS (patented) back plate and top plate. A two-piece cone with an inverted dust cap was manufactured for the excursion with a composite, high strength, light weight cone. Hollywood Digital uses high roll Santoprene surround and not cheap foam. The exclusive “dragon claw basket, American spiders and glues are only part of what make the HVX 1280-D subwoofer truly amazing.
For more visit www.hollywooddigitalusa.com or call (626) 301-7828


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Lanzar Opti1533D

The Lanzar OPTI1533D 12-inch dual 4-Ohm subwoofer features custom tooled die-cast aluminum basket and a woven carbon fiber glass filer composite cone. The Lanzar OPTI1533D design uses a cloth laminated massive foam surround and 3-inch high temperature dual voice coil to deliver solid performance and 1,100 watts RMS / 2,200 watts of peak power. For more visit www.lanzar.com In Canada visit www.danatrading.com


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Dynaudio Esotar² 1200

The Esotar² 1200 is a 12-inch subwoofer equipped with Dynaudio’s highest level of transducer technology, built into a rigid, die-cast solid aluminum frame, featuring Dynaudio’s characteristic MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) diaphragm driven by a large, 4-inch diameter voice coil. The exceptionally large voice coil is formed of extremely lightweight aluminum wire wound on a Kapton former. Thanks to a powerful and massive magnet, this low-mass driver construction provides excellent transient response, speed and precision, effortlessly reproducing low frequencies down to 18Hz. For more visit www.dynaudiousa.com or call (630) 238-4200.

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