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New 55 Series Subwoofers Now Shipping From MTX Audio

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MTX 55 Series Subwoofers

MTX 55 Series Subwoofers

PHOENIX, AZ – MTX Audio has announced their new 55 Series subwoofers are now in stock and shipping. Originally introduced at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, the 55 series subwoofers utilize proven MTX design technologies as well as some new innovations that allow the 55 series to outperform other subwoofers in their class.

The 55 series subwoofers are incorporate MTX’s Spider Plateau Venting technology that mechanically targets cool air at the voice coil resulting in increased reliability and performance as well as Asymmetrical Linear Drive System which controls the linear movement of the subwoofer reducing distortion.

This new series incorporates a new Inverted Apex Surround that provides three clear benefits. First, the surround now takes up a smaller area thereby increasing the surface area resulting in greater
air movement and subsequently higher SPL. Second, the progressive suspension helps control the woofer at high excursion, reducing 3rd order distortion at high power levels. Third, the new surround design delivers uniform motion of the woofer in both the inward and outward movement that reduces 2nd order distortion.

Finally, the 55 series is designed with a bumped t-yoke heat sink that helps dissipate heat away from the voice coil helping to reduce distortion. The result of these design changes is a high output subwoofer with excellent sound quality that is ideal any system.

“The new 55 series is another product that reinforces our new product strategy”, said MTX National Sales Manager Jason Fickas. “This new series has a clean cosmetic and our engineers did an outstanding job creating something that really delivers on the MTX promise of extreme bass as well as being a great sound quality subwoofer. Our dealer network and consumers are going love these subwoofers and their performance.”

55 Series subwoofers are available in 15″, 12″, and 10″ sizes, in both dual 2Ω and dual 4Ω configurations. For more information, visit www.mtx.com.

SOURCE: MTX Audio

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