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Anthony Gallo Acoustics Unveils All-New TR-3 Subwoofer

LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2008–Anthony Gallo Acoustics (AGA), an award-winning manufacturer of high-end stereo and home theater speakers, will unveil its newest and most powerful subwoofer, the TR-3, at CES 2008 in the Venetian Hotel room #29-336. Based on its high-output, high-performance TR-2 predecessor, the TR-3 expands upon an already powerful and dynamic subwoofer by recalibrating the amplifier and adding an aluminum cone woofer, which will improve linearity.

“The TR-2 is a great subwoofer and we’ve gotten a lot of great feedback on that product,” states Derek Covin, vice president of national sales for AGA. “The new TR-3 blends incredibly well with the satellites and creates a big, enveloping sound that allows you to get completely lost in your television and movies. This new sub is certainly not for the faint of heart.”

The TR-3 improves upon many of the existing popular characteristics of the TR-2, such as an integral bass equalizer that goes up to 6dB of low bass boost, with a total output of 300 watts RMS. The cylindrical steel enclosure mirrors AGA’s spherical technology that allows for smooth, yet powerful, bass from 22Hz to 180Hz. The TR-3 has a continuously variable low pass filter from 50Hz to 180Hz, with a fixed 80Hz high-pass filter on high-level output. The new sub is available in black and silver, weighs 36 lb. and is 10.75″ W x 12″ H x 13.5″ D.

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