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Earthquake Sound MiniMe P10 and P12 Subwoofers Announced

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Audiophile Bass Doesn’t Have To Be Cumbersome Any More

Monster bass from small spaces … When it comes to compact subwoofer design, our MiniMe subs continue to break ground. From their compact footprint and extremely efficient amplifiers to the advanced high-power drivers and SLAPS passive radiators, everything about these subs is perfected for unbeatable high-end performance, including their sleek and acoustically neutral enclosures. High Power. Deep Impact. Special refinement. Attention to detail. The MiniMe Subwoofers deliver it all.

Designed to deliver clean, powerful bass while taking up very little space with their incredibly small footprints, MiniMe subwoofers are the smallest subwoofers Earthquake has ever made and are great for home theater, music or gaming applications.

The MiniMe’s luxurious, 7-layer piano black lacquer cabinet complements any room decor with its neutral appeal, which is sure to please any interior decorator.

The MiniMe’s sport a two-driver system. 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 straight up power delivered by the digital Earthquake amp. Working together with the active driver, the patented SLAPS passive radiator is tuned to deliver to deliver the incredible bass output demanded by today’s savvy consumers and most critical audiophiles.

The MiniMe’s feature the latest generation of Earthquake’s patented Class D amplifier, supplying up to 600 watts of power to enable the MiniMe subs to deliver complex special effects that other mini subs can’t touch. With up to 600 watts of power, the MiniMe’s also reproduce musical bass with incredible accuracy and definition.

“The MiniMe’s are the grooviest new subwoofers we’ve ever created,” said Joseph Sahyoun, president of Earthquake. “It’s louder, more powerful, and has received world wide praise for its tiny foot-print and exquisite styling. It will give interior decorators something to cheer about.”

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

MSRP for each unit are as follows: MiniMe P8 and FF8, $899.00 | MiniMe P10, $1,200.00 | MiniMe P12, $1,500.00

New MiniMe Subwoofers:

  • Elegant 7-layer piano black lacquer finish
  • Built in 450-Watt, high efficiency, Class “D” amplifier
  • Extremely low distortion
  • Long throw, premium quality drivers
  • Convenient compact size
  • Automatic signal-sensing turn-on and stand-by mode
  • Volume control
  • Operation status LEDs
  • 50Hz – 160Hz Freq. adjustment
  • 0-180 Phase Shift adjustment
  • High Level inputs
  • Bypassed High Level outputs
  • 220V – 110V selectable

Models will be on display at CES 2008, BOOTH# 20533 South Hall

About Earthquake Sound Corp.
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 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 http://www.earthquakesound.com

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