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PERIPHERAL ELECTRONICS OEM Integration Solution adds Aftermarket Amplifiers to select late model GM Vehicles

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Used with the SVEN4 4-Channel Line Output Converter, the SVHGMAA1 and SVHGMAA2 Add-an-Amp harnesses allow for significant upgrades to factory non-amplified and standard Bose amplified systems.

Clearwater, FL, September 2007 — Peripheral Electronics, AAMP of America’s innovative OEM Integration division, announced today its OEM Integration Solution for adding aftermarket amplifiers to select late-model GM vehicles. Used with the SVEN4 4-Channel Line Output Converter, the SVHGMAA1 and SVHGMAA2 Add-an-Amp harnesses allow for significant upgrades to non-amplified and standard Bose amplified factory systems.

While also working as a speaker-to-line-level converter, the SVEN4 can add a separate aftermarket amplifier or amplified subwoofer to the factory amplified system. It features 4-channel RCA or speaker-level inputs and outputs, and includes an interchangeable speaker and RCA harnesses for multiple applications. It’s DC coupling circuitry improves sound quality and ensures that no load is placed on the factory system.

The SVEN4 connects to the factory radio via the SVHGMAA1 or SVHGMAA2 harnesses. The SVHGMAA1 works with select 2000-2007 GM Class II vehicles, and the SVHGMAA2 works with select 2007 GM LAN vehicles. Both harnesses are easily installed behind the head unit to provide an adjustable 4 channel audio output.

Together, the SVEN4 and SVHGMAA1 or SVHGMAA2 deliver optimal performance in a simple plug-and-play solution–giving owners of these systems enhanced audio and an aftermarket solution strong enough for any OEM system. For more information, visit www.peripheralelectronics.com or call a Peripheral Electronics salesperson at 800-477-2267.
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About AAMP of America:
AAMP of America is a global supplier of a broad spectrum of car and home audio video accessories, installation supplies and OEM integration solutions. AAMP of America brings many new technologies to the forefront including; convergence of personal audio devices into the automotive environment, integration of mobile video into OEM systems, and storefront point of purchase profit centers.
Peripheral Electronics can be found on the Web at www.Peripheralelectronics.com. For more information please contact Stephen Ansley at 727-572-9255 or stephen.ansley@aampofamerica.com

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