Supernova MKVI Subwoofers Deliver In Quality and Quantity
Expanding their most popular subwoofer line, Earthquake Sound, Corp., the world’s leading manufacturer of powered subwoofers for home-theater and consumer audio, announced the addition of the Supernova MKVI to the Supernova Series subwoofers. The MKVI was created to meet the demand for powerful, dynamic, accurate bass in newer theater systems.
With the addition of the MKVI, hand made in the USA by people who know what they are doing, the Supernova Series is now comprised of three models: the Supernova MKIV, MKV and the New MKVI. Like all the Supernova models, the MKVI series features a 1200 watt dynamic and 600 watt RMS Class D switching amplifier. However, with the MKVI’s new amplifier, it boasts a room correction system which is unrivalled by any other. This new exclusive amplifier comes equipped with an advanced group delay, phase and time delay plus a user-friendly remote control for ease of use.
The MKVI Series features a built in 600-watt class D amp with advanced room correction feature and comes complete with its own remote control. The series carries on the tradition of previous models, by utilizing the SLAPS passive radiator. The use of the proven patented SLAPS allows the subwoofer to put out amazingly deep and accurate bass response from a tiny cube (enclosure). Designed for high end home theater systems and recording studios the Supernova MKVI delivers unmatched performance from a small space and will out perform any other subwoofer period.
The Supernova-MKVI subwoofers are currently shipping in either a real black ash wood veneer or an exquisite Black lacquer piano finish. The suggested retail price: 12″ model in Black Piano is $2,899; 12″ model in Black Ash is $2,399.00; 15″ model in Black Piano is $3,399.00 and the 15″ model in Black Ash is $2,899.00.
About Earthquake Sound Corporation
Earthquake’s innovative audio technologies connect millions of people around the world with the sound solutions they need. Founded in 1985 by Joseph J Sahyoun and his brother, Earthquake Sound designs, manufactures, and markets high performance audio systems for use in home and audio-video systems, after-market and OEM automotive systems. Earthquake’s great dealer programs and consumer warranties provide measurable profit margin, while enhancing the overall experience for users. Earthquake is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.earthquakesound.com