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Earthquake TNT Amplifiers Rock Digital Performance For Less


Earthquake’s New TNT Amplifiers Deliver Explosive Power; Affordable, Reliable and as Loud as It Gets

Earthquake Sound’s recent release of an existing line of amplifiers expands one more time for 2007. The re-released line of TNT amplifiers hit the market in March 2006 under the same name, but with a harder look and maximized performance. Now, in addition to that fantastic news, Earthquake has added a 2,000-watt Class-D model to ice the cake.

Earthquake’s new TNT T2000W/D1 amplifier delivers highly efficient Class-D performance in an extremely cool-running and cool-looking power package at even cooler price. This amp is designed to deliver high performance at and affordable price. It is geared toward consumers who want a high-power system that will play efficiently for hours on end without taxing their bank account.

The new TNT Class-D amplifier, like the rest of the TNT line, is cosmetically hot and delivers an extremely hot performance all the while running very cool. TNT amplifiers are well designed in all aspects and will outperform any amplifier in their price range. The new line has 1/8-inch-thick aluminum end plates top plates and a diamond-cut heat sink that distributes heat in fantastically.

The TNT T2000W/D1 has advanced features that include newly designed 4-gauge power connections and 8-gauge speaker connections that take larger gauge cables. This means easier installation and superior set-up that combines high power, safety, and a great look. Other features include remote gain control; high-level inputs; low- level inputs and outputs; infrasonic speaker-protecting filter; built-in crossover and low-pass filter; and bass boost.

Earthquake’s new TNT Class-D amp has high-efficiency digital output; it is rated to produce 2,000 watts of power (1,000 RMS).

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Suggested retail prices on the amps in the TNT line are $198 for the T500W/2, $248 for the 1000W/2, $273 for the T2000W/4, and $399 for the new T2000W/D1.

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