Thursday, February 24, 2011

Earthquake Sound Announces TD5X: The Fully Digital 5 Channel Amplifier

One Install Does It All: For the past year and half Earthquake engineers have been working on providing consumers with the best 5 channel amplifier; finally, the TD5X was conceived. TD5X’s 3000 watts of max power is more than anyone will ever need in such an install. TD5X has 4 channels for your front and rear sound quality imaging and with over 100 WRMS per channel, it is more than enough for any coaxial, 6x9 or components speakers. On top of that, channel 5, the subwoofer channel, outputs over 400 WRMS thus driving your subs to deliver the best bass you can dream of.

When designing the TD5X, Earthquake took into consideration that many cars nowadays have limited space. Therefore, the TD5X has a low profile heatsink that allows the user to install it in a small area. TD5X is of course designed with green technology in order to deliver high power on all 5 channels with minimum power consumption and less strain on the car’s electrical system. To make TD5X easy to install or to upgrade your system with, Earthquake Sound added an auto sensing option which means that you no longer need to fish for and run a remote turn on wire from the head unit to the amplifier. Simply plug in the RCAs and the TD5x will automatically come on when it senses music; TD5X will then shut itself down when there is no music for 20 minutes. There are too many options to list here so please contact your local dealer to learn more about TD5X or simply visit our website here.

Now Shipping!

• 3000 watts of max power
• 4 stereo channels and 1 mono subwoofer channel
• On dash remote bass control
• 2, 4, or 5 channel inputs
• Independent equalization control for the stereo channels (front and rear)
• Independent subwoofer equalization control and separate sub
• Turn on via remote wire or music sensing
• High efficiency low profile heatsink
• Massive 4 gauge power/ground terminal blocks
• Massive 8 gauge speaker terminal blocks

MSRP: $499.00

About Earthquake Sound Corp.
In 1984, Joseph J. Sahyoun, a music freak and Aerospace Engineer unhappy with the existing loud speaker technology and performance, decided to put his advanced knowledge in aerospace technology to use. He pushed his technological boundaries to the limit to create the kind of subwoofer he could live with.
Earthquake's innovative audio technologies connect millions of people around the world with the sound solutions they need. EQ Sound designs, manufactures, and markets high performance audio systems for use in home and audio-video systems, and 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 ### Earthquake is a trademark of Earthquake Sound Corp. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated. Prices and Specification Subject to change without notice.