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Earthquakes New Tactile Transducer, Shakes Up The Competition


New Quake 10.0 Tactile Transducer, The New Reference For Tactile Bass

Hayward CA, May. 1, 2007 — Earthquake Sound Corp is excited to announce the release of their new and patented tactile transducer at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show.

The Quake 10.0’s very first review is featured at

Protected by multiple patents, the Quake 10.0 tactile transducer ensures rocketing sales and first class entertainment with rockin’ performance when used in theaters, home theaters, recording studios, amusement parks, gaming and music applications.

The use of low frequency sound, via massive sound systems and trembling/tactile units, is growing at an unprecedented pace. Along with visualizing and hearing, low frequency sound adds a third sense which enables people to feel the natural tremors, bring them further into the realm of virtual reality. Taking advantage of this curve, Earthquake Sound has developed the patented Quake 10.0 Shaker, a truly unique low-frequency transducer that produces true inaudible tactile sound reproduction.

The Quake 10.0™ delivers outstanding effects through seats, platforms, gaming chairs and any other platform while accurately reproducing the feeling of many natural and man-made sounds – like natural disasters such as earthquakes and tornados or man-made items such as rockets and guns, plus the most intricate sound effects and all styles of music.

Earthquake’s Quake 10.0 has a whopping power handling of up to 1000 watts and is capable of efficiently utilizing each watt to its full potential. The Quake 10.0 technology can handle this high number so easily because of its floating magnetic system that is much more powerful and musically sensitive than most typical loudspeakers and other tactile devices on the market. The Quake 10.0™ also offers accurate low frequency response and clarity (range: 5 – 70Hz) which reaches far lower than existing low frequency systems. Moreover, the Quake 10.0 is military grade tough, so it is virtually indestructible and maintenance free.

Earthquake’s new Patented Tactile Transducer will be available in the first half of 2007 from authorized Earthquake dealers, carrying an MSRP of $500.

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

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