LAS VEGAS, NV – MTX Audio has introduced the 95 Series SuperWoofers. This new series is designed with premium aesthetics and innovative engineering that allow them to outclass the competition, says the company.
The new 95 Series SuperWoofer will be available in both 12″ and 15 sizes and with either a dual 4Ω or dual 2Ω voice coil configuration. Each model is capable of handling 1500 watts RMS power. The 95 Series features the Inverted Apex Surround that we released in 2013 on the 55 and 35 series woofers. This surround increases xmax, 1.25″ on both models, and surface diameter allowing it to produce impressive competition level bass.
A 4″ high temperature voice coil is cooled using MTX’s spider plateau venting technology as well as an internal voice coil heatsink and a t-yoke with integrated heatsink, giving it a three-layer thermal management system. Engineers have also incorporated a layered progressive spider that eliminates any break in period that subwoofers normally require. Out of the box these subs are ready to deliver the boom. Finally a glass fiber cone offers excellent stiffness to weight ratio-increasing efficiency for greater SPL.
“After the JackHammer, the 9500 is the product we are most often asked about”, said National Sales Manager Jason Fickas. “Our engineers in Monroe (WI) have been working on this beast for almost three years and we are finally ready to let it out of its cage. They have incorporated some really cool technologies into this subwoofer that are really going to help it out perform other subwoofers in the same class. We are currently working with some sound competitors who are going to use it in the upcoming season, we are excited to see them start taking some first place trophies.”
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SOURCE: MTX Audio