For Release: January 1st, 2005
Press Contact John Whitacre
Autotek Mean & New Amplifiers
Chicago, IL - Maxxsonics proudly announces the introduction of the new Mean Machine multi-channel amplifier series from Autotek.
The announcement was made today by Maxxsonics' President Alden Stiefel . "Autotek's best selling line-up of mobile amplifiers just got better. The new Mean Machine Series from Autotek offers a brand new look with Illuminated Autotek shroud and logo, improved A/B-Class amp technology, and audiophile sonic accuracy"
These multi-channel Mean Machine amplifiers are highlighted with an Illuminated Autotek logo. "The main scoop on the Autotek brand is it will continue to be the darling product of the independent installing retailers. We don't need to fudge or puff-up what our amplifiers can do. Autotek amps will sound great and hit hard all the time," Adds Ted Henrick, Maxxsonics Vice-President of Sales & Marketing.
Autotek engineers developed the new Pro-Fi™ MOSFET output devices to enhance this new amp line's performance. Low distortion A/B-Class circuitry performs on demand and delivers the widest bandwidth possible in a mobile amplifier system. With this amplifier series, Autotek introduces the ASPS (Auto-Step Power Supply) to deliver endless current when the balanced MOSFET outputs demand more to reproduce today's bass heavy music.
System versatility is assured through the inclusion of the fully adjustable, Pro-Design TM Crossovers, 24dB sub-sonic filter and Bass Thrust a variable bass equalization feature. The A/B-Class amplifier design provides extremely smooth frequency response with any speaker system.
Autotek even includes a dash mountable Remote Bass Control with each amplifier for bass emphasis. In addition, the remote bass control features a power-on LED and protection system LED.
The multi-channel Mean Machine Series consists of a pair of two-channel amplifiers, the MM 75.2 @ 2 x 75- Watts into 4-Ohms (MSRP $340), and the MM 125. a 2 x 125-Watter (MSRP $440). The series includes three four-channel amplifiers, the MM 50.4 @ 4 x 50-Watts into 4 Ohms (MSRP $450), a 4 x 75-watts amp, the MM 75.4 with a (MSRP $600) and the MM 100.4 another 4 x 100-Watt system has an MSRP of $700. Rounding out the MM series is a five-channel amplifier, MM8000 (MSRP $8000) featuring a 4 x 55 watts plus a 1 x 200-Watt mono amplifier into 4-Ohms.
Maxxsonics is a leader in mobile audio manufacturing and distribution of Hifonics, Autotek and Crunch sound component systems and creator of the 2005 CES Innovations Design & Engineering " award winning Maxxblaster 2.1 audio / PC gaming system.
For more information visit Maxxsonics at www.maxxsonics.com or they can be contacted at 1-866-636-MAXX.