Maxxsonics Offers Warranty, Serial Tracking

Amy Gilroy February 17, 2011 Comments Off

Maxxsonics, which owns the MB Quart, Crunch, Hifonics and Autotek brands, is now tracking the serial numbers on all of its car amplifiers and it is offering consumers a factory direct extended warranty on its amps.

Hifonics offers limited distribution car ampsConsumers can go online and type in the serial number of their amplifier to see if an extended warranty is available for the product and then calculate the cost.

Extended warranties run from about $9 for one year to about $50 over several years, depending on the amplifier.

The tracking program is also intended to control unauthorized distribution.

Under Hifonics, the company just introduced a brick-and-mortar-only line of Brutus amplifiers. Designed for limited distribution, the series includes Class D amps up to 2500 watts max and AB amps in 2- and 4-channels. This is the first time Hifonics is offering a brick-and-mortar controlled distribution line, said the company. Prices range from $149 to $699.

Source: Maxxsonics

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