PowerBass Expands Mini Amp Lineup

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PowerBass XMA 2160IR

PowerBass will introduce at CES next week its broadest new lineup since 2006 with over 40 new models of car amplifiers and speakers.

Products include 2 new amplifier lines that use new International Rectifier (IR) full range Class D technology.

PowerBass XMA 2160IR
PowerBass XMA 2160IR

Many of the amps are “mini” models. “We are fully embracing  compact and mini amplifiers with two new lines on display at the show”, said VP Sales & Marketing Robin McNeal.

The 4-model XMA amplifier series includes a 5-channel, 4-channel and two 2-channel models. These lead with the XMA-2160IR 160 watt x 2 (2-ohm) model that measures about 7 by 7 inches and 2 inches high. It has a suggested retail price of $239.99  The 5-channel version is the XMA-5670IR, rated at 160 watt x 4 (2-ohm) + 320 watt x 1 (2-ohm) measuring about 12 by 7 inches at $499.99.

Also new are three subwoofer lines including a redesigned 2XL subwoofer optimized for small sealed enclosures and ported enclosures.  These are joined by two new coaxial lines—some of which feature 2-ohm impedance and are compatible with most OEM premium systems, and two amplified enclosures—featuring 10 and 12-inch powered subwoofers in vented boxes.

The items will be displayed at CES in the North Hall booth #920

Source: PowerBass

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  1. Very excited to see this stuff at CES. These guys have a great selection of gear that fits better than some of the solutions from the biggest names in our Biz. It’s nice to see a smaller upstart name doing so many things!

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