Earthquake Sound Corporation, a world renowned manufacturer of high-performance loudspeakers and entertainment products, announced that its Quake Series Tactile Transducers with mounting brackets; models Q10B and MQB1 will be shipping this month. The new models will include installation brackets for more mounting options and optimized energy transfer.
Quake Series TTs (tactile transducer) are designed to reveal low frequency extensions that subwoofers cannot produce which translates to the difference between a t-rex doing ballet through your living room or actually pounding the earth like cars dropping from the sky. Quake transducers can be used in several applications such as in: home theater, music, gaming, virtual reality, simulators, studio and stage instrument monitoring, mobile audio and theme/amusement parks.
The soon to be released versions MQB1 and Q10B come packaged with optimized mounting brackets that add mounting flexibility to installations and also provide a centralized energy transfer for extended levels of sound quality. The brackets are made using treated steel for unsurpassed strength and rigidity. These brackets are built to withstand the violent nature of the Quake Series over and over again, ensuring safety and isolation constantly. With the addition of these nearly indestructible brackets, consumers and installers alike will now be able to mount Quake transducers virtually anywhere desired.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Jean-Paul Lefebvre or visit www.earthquakesound.com. These products will be available September 2008. The MQB1 holds an MSRP of $325.00 while the Q10B holds an MSRP of $599.00
About Earthquake Sound Corporation:
Earthquake Sound founded and established in 1986 by Joseph Sahyoun. Designs, manufacturers and distributes high-performance home, mobile and marine audio products worldwide. Based in Hayward, CA, Earthquake constantly maintains a high level of quality control, customer service and sound quality in every product manufactured.
Jean-Paul Lefebvre, director of communications
Earthquake Sound Corporation