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Earthquake Sound MiniMe P10 and P12 Powered Subwoofers Announced


Earthquake Sound Corporation announced that both the MiniMe-P10 and P12 are available and shipping in line with the original MiniMe-P8 and FF8. The models are equipped with efficient class J amplifiers and SLAPS technologies. They consume little energy and space while delivering epic bass.

Designed to deliver impact effects and high definition bass while consuming less energy and space, MiniMe subs have tiny intricate enclosures with high power premium woofers and 98% efficient class “D” amplifiers which are greener than the average. These epicurean subs are superimposed with piano black lacquer that complements any room decor with neutral appeal.

Now available in 8″, 10″ and 12″ sizes, the newly expanded MiniMe line is ready for all applications. With a broader selection of subs to choose from, consumers can create their own systems or add to their current system. The additions will be shipped under the model numbers MiniMe-P10 and MiniMe-P12.

MiniMe subs utilize a two-driver system called SLAPS, which are mostly responsible for the deep bass sound quality from a tiny enclosure. This patented SLAPS design uses weight tuning and a push-pull method in conjunction with the active driver to produce the sound of a larger subwoofer in a smaller, more compact enclosure. The active drivers incorporate a poly injection cone body and a dual-layer aluminum bobbin voice coil that ensures linear travel as it handles the stark power delivered by the digital Earthquake amp.

The 600-watt, 99% efficient class “J” powered amplifiers pump the correct amount of power for the patented SLAPS system to produce impeccable bass response. Additionally, the class “J” amplifiers consume over 4 times less electricity than an average powered subwoofer whether in regular operation or idle mode. And just like a computer with stand by mode, Earthquake wants to save energy as well, that’s why MiniMe subs integrate an auto signal sensing circuit that will shut down after 20 minutes of no incoming signal.

“The MiniMe’s are the grooviest subwoofers we’ve ever created,” said Joseph Sahyoun, President of Earthquake. “They’re louder, more powerful and definitely more efficient than any other sub we’ve designed, these subs are pinnacle of home audio”.

The MiniMe subwoofers are available in 8″, 10″ and 12″ sizes and range from 320 to 600 watts. MiniMe subs are now shipping from authorized Earthquake dealers and distributors.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Jean-Paul Lefebvre or visit These products are be available and shipping now. MSRP for each unit is as follows: MiniMe P8 and FF8, $899.00 | MiniMe P10, $1,200.00 | MiniMe P12, $1,500.00

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.

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