Tag: car audio

SONIC ELECTRONIX CERTIFIED AMP:
AudioControl The Epicenter 600

The Epicenter 600 from AudioControl is a Class D Monoblock amplifier w/ The Epicenter Bass Restoration Built-In. Simply the most advanced subwoofer amplifiers in car audio today! The Epicenter® 600 and 1200 amplifiers incorporate AudioControl’s patented Bass Restoration Processor to deliver earth-shaking, ground pounding and chest thumping power to your subwoofer system. Carefully applied signal processing at just the right spot, enhances the listening experience and maximizes your bass quality. Today’s amplifiers are difficult to separate from one another, The Epicenter® 600 and 1200 have done so in ground breaking fashion with their unparalleled processing power. In a real-world listening environment, we invite you to compare these amplifier to any other amplifier in the same power category, at any price, and you will quickly learn that the Epicenter amplifiers will always have more bass! It’s time to hear what you have been missing.

AudioControl’s engineering team designed the amplifier from the ground up, to deliver superb performance and high-fidelity sound. The chassis is made up of a solid one piece aluminum chassis that helps to evenly distribute heat. A black brushed aluminum cover protects the bank of controls that make the amplifier so special. On the processing end, these amplifiers have active high level inputs – taken from the world famous LC2i – to optimize the audio signal going to the amp, and Maximum Input Level Control – MILC – to optimize the signal delivered from the amp.

Impedance:
Claimed Output: 200W @ 14.40V 350W @ 14.40V 600W @ 14.40V
Certified Results: 262W @ 14.14V 413W @ 14.32V 611W @ 14.32V
Dynamic Results: 253W @ 14.70V 417W @ 14.07V 672W @ 14.07V

Here at Sonic Electronix, we strive to deliver incredible products and even better customer satisfaction- especially when it comes to car audio! This is precisely why we have tested the power on select amplifiers with our SMD AD-1 Amplifier Dyno, bringing you these amps’ true power ratings. Whether you are interested in an entry level or performance amp, we want to make sure that you are purchasing the car audio products that will deliver just the right amount of power for your system. Although each of our amplifiers have their listed peak and RMS power ratings, a Sonic Electronix Certified Amplifier is drastically better for your system because no matter what, you will know precisely the amount of power you will be getting out of your system! Click Here to check out other Sonic Electronix Power Certified Amplifiers.

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AudioControl The Epicenter 600

True 600W Monoblock Class D Amplifier

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SONIC ELECTRONIX CERTIFIED AMP:
NVX BDA7501

The BDA7501  from NVX is a Class D Monoblock amplifier. These sleek, compact amplifiers feature high quality components designed for efficient output without sacrificing any power. The high quality platinum finish connections ensure a great electrical connection while also providing improved resistance to corrosion. Built-in overload, short circuit, thermal and reverse polarity circuit protection ensure your new Boost series amplifier will be pushing your system for years to come.

Impedance:
Claimed Output: 450W @ 14.40V 750W @ 14.40V
Certified Results: 451W @ 14.14V 782W @ 14.32V
Dynamic Results: 506W @ 14.70V 836W @ 14.07V

Here at Sonic Electronix, we strive to deliver incredible products and even better customer satisfaction- especially when it comes to car audio! This is precisely why we have tested the power on select amplifiers with our SMD AD-1 Amplifier Dyno, bringing you these amps’ true power ratings. Whether you are interested in an entry level or performance amp, we want to make sure that you are purchasing the car audio products that will deliver just the right amount of power for your system. Although each of our amplifiers have their listed peak and RMS power ratings, a Sonic Electronix Certified Amplifier is drastically better for your system because no matter what, you will know precisely the amount of power you will be getting out of your system! Click Here to check out other Sonic Electronix Power Certified Amplifiers.

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NVX BDA7501

True 750W Monoblock Class D Amplifier

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SONIC ELECTRONIX CERTIFIED AMP:
JL Audio HX300/1

The HX300/1 from JL Audio is a Class D Monoblock amplifier. Engineered specifically for limited-space marine applications, the 4-channel HX300/1 amplifier employs JL Audio’s high-speed NexD™ switching design to deliver lots of clean power, while being kind to small charging systems. Its ultra-compact, cast aluminum chassis is highly resistant to corrosion, with an IPX6 water-resistance rating, making it ideal for applications where moisture would prohibit use of a conventional 12V amplifier.

Impedance:
Claimed Output: 160W @ 14.40V 220W @ 14.40V 300W @ 14.40V
Certified Results: 158W @ 14.16V 271W @ 14.09V 354W @ 14.03V
Dynamic Results: 224W @ 14.14V 283W @ 14.05V 366W @ 14.01V

Here at Sonic Electronix, we strive to deliver incredible products and even better customer satisfaction- especially when it comes to car audio! This is precisely why we have tested the power on select amplifiers with our SMD AD-1 Amplifier Dyno, bringing you these amps’ true power ratings. Whether you are interested in an entry level or performance amp, we want to make sure that you guys are purchasing the car audio products that will deliver just the right amount of power for your system. Although each of our amplifiers have their listed peak and RMS power ratings, a Sonic Electronix Certified Amplifier is drastically better for your system because no matter what, you will know precisely the amount of power you will be getting out of your system!

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JL Audio HX300/1

True 300W Monoblock Class D Full-Range Amplifier

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MTX – Serious About Sound

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Who is MTX?

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MTX Audio is part of the Mitek Consumer Electronics Group, a family-owned American manufacturer that for over forty years has been providing high-performance car, marine, home, and street audio products to customers in over 80 countries around the world.

From the simple beginnings of building speakers from a rural garage to becoming one of the Nation’s largest U.S. manufacturers of high performance car, home, professional and commercial audio products; MiTek Corporation has maintained the vision, leadership, and dedication of Founder and CEO Loyd Ivey. Ivey began his very own company, Ivey Electronics, in 1971 and after a merger with American Case Company in 1974 American Acoustic Labs, or AAL, was born. Soon thereafter MiTek Corporation was founded as the umbrella company to a vast assortment of diverse and innovative audio companies. To this day Ivey remains the visionary leader and driving force behind the MiTek family of companies.

1979 ushered in the MiTek acquisition Matrecs, a manufacturer of mobile audio products which became known as MTX Audio in 1983. As the founding company under the MiTek umbrella, MTX Audio offers the broadest selection of consumer products in the MiTek family. With a sharp focus on the marketplace and ever-changing industry needs, MTX delivers classic, high performance car, home, and professional audio products geared toward audio enthusiasts of all ages and listening preferences. Since its creation, MTX has been the innovator of some of the now standard audio ideas, including inventing the first mobile audio enclosure in 1984.

MTX Audio’s facilities in Phoenix, AZ, Winslow, IL, and Monroe, WI house their engineering teams that design and create all of their products and have been responsible for dozens of patents and innovations including Adaptive Class D amplifier technology, Smart Engage auto turn on circuitry and the JackHammer Superwoofer – the largest production subwoofer in the world.

Put Some Thunder In Your Dome

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For decades, MTX Audio has been synonymous with SPL, Loud and Thunderous sound. MTX has won hundreds of competitions trophies, and continue to develop innovative new products for the average enthusiast to win a few of their own. The current lineup is highlighted by the XThunder amplifiers, delivering huge power from a small frame. The 75 Series SuperWoofer has been known for being extremely reliable even when played long and hard. MTX doesn’t leave the audiophile behind, their Signature Speakers feature a high end design that provides high fidelity output seldom matched in the market.

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The Xthunder amplifiers deliver power that you never knew could come from such a small package. They pump out enormous power to drive your speakers properly. If you want a High Class Amplifier that will enrich your vehicle’s sound system, and put out plenty of power for your lows all the way to your highs, then we recommend XTHUNDER Amplifiers.

MTX XTHUNDER1200.1

1200W RMS XThunder Series Mononlock Class D Amplifier

$549.99

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Just like the 95 Series, the 75 Series is a “GAME CHANGER” in the SPL world. If you compete and want a SuperWoofer that’s not only affordable, but reliable, and has been Engineered by some of the Best in the Manufacturing World then consider the 75 Series driver.

MTX 7515-44

1500 Watt 15-inch 75 Series Dual 4-Ohm Subwoofer

$449.95

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High end design, audiophile quality sound, and unique mounting options make the Signature Speakers an excellent choice for sound quality enthusiasts. Signature Series Speakers not only look Amazing, but Sound so clean and clear that you will never believe a speaker could have such technology and transparency designed into a speaker.

MTX SS7

6.5-inch Signature Series 150W 2-Way Component Speakers

$499.95

MTX on the Streets

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MTX Audio leads the industry in rocking races, shows and festivals showcasing gorgeous custom cars with outrageous sound systems. This often translates into a large following of enthusiasts who want to replicate the genius of MTX builders. From their legendary 400 pound JackHammer 24 Inch SuperWoofer to their Vehicle Specific ThunderForm enclosures, MTX has always found a way into the vehicles of many.

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Top 10 Sonic Comments of the Week

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1*Puts down seat* . Here me now?Good

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May 30 at 8:48am - Jon Morgan

Or for the subwoofer trunk build peeps pulling the seats down to get better sound

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2Basshead Problems Life-choices

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May 29 at 10:24am - Tony Nuszkiewicz

I chose bass screw groceries lol

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3/4Just look…

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May 27 at 12:13pm - Eric Morris
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May 28 at 5:29am - Philip Jolly
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5Gimme Moar!

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May 22 at 4:08pm - Rusty Shackleford

True but then again I am never satisfied with bass. I always end up needing more powah!!!!!

6OEM vs. Aftermarket. Thoughts???

May 23 at 12:40pm - Jd Thompson

Some newer cars today have a decent sound system that can compete with about $500 worth of upgrades in a stock basic system. However if you want any real power combined with any kind of quality you definitely need an aftermarket system bc even with advanced speaker placement your not going to get alot of power from a factory system even if amplified. So if you want to see more that 110-120db (if your lucky) from your car stereo you need to go aftermarket! And quite frankly my dodge magnum’s factory amplified system is loud but it doesn’t tickle my sweet spot for power!

7+10 HP

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May 12 at 10:07am - Pete LeClair

my neon put them all to shame

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8Grill²


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Grill envy look at that cooler

9You pull up to a red light and hear the car next to you is bumping louder than your system. What’s your next move?

May 21 at 10:59am - Tony Nuszkiewicz

I love to turn my bass knob down to where there’s no bass to let them think they’re louder, then once the light turns green crank the knob up and watch their heads turn and just stare at me, lol

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- Jay Campagna
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