Autotek® AT Series Unleashes a New Affordable Amp
Chicago, IL June 18, 2009 –Autotek releases the AT950, a new 950 Watt MAXX A/B Class 4-
Channel Amplifier for anyone looking for extreme power without the extreme budget.
With over 30 years of legendary status for building some of the most powerful amplifiers
to rock the industry, Autotek’s Super Sport AT Series has developed a significant
following among car audio enthusiasts. According to Ted Henricks, Vice President Sales, “Within the Autotek line, the AT Series is recognized as a solid performer for consistent
quality and reliability at a great price. The decision to add another 4-channel was based
on customer demand.”
All five AT Series Amplifiers are SEPP (single ended push-pull) A/B Class designs with
2- and 4-channel models that are bridgeable. The Super Sport ASPS MOSFET PWM
power supply offers instant MAXX current output for 1-Ohm capable A/B class mono
block amp and 2-Ohm stereo or 4-Ohm bridge capable A/B class 2- and 4-channel amps.
The 4-channel Super Sport amps can configure into 3-channel right and left and sub
mode. All amps in the AT series feature rugged MOSFET audio outputs lowering the
amplifiers need for massive amounts of battery amperage with power ranges from 950 to
2000 Watts MAXX.
In addition, the Super Sport amp protection system includes a diagnostic LED indicator
to warn and detect against current, amperage overload, short circuits, thermal overload
and DC offset. Other key features of the AT series are preamp level RCA inputs and
daisy-chain line outputs that permit adding amplifiers to the car audio system without
using costly and noise ridden Y-connectors.
See the complete line of all Super Sport AT Series Amplifiers at
About Maxxsonics USA, Inc.
Maxxsonics® USA, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of quality car, marine and home audio
products. Based in Lake Zurich, IL Maxxsonics offers a complete line of sound component systems with
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