More Bass, NUFF SAID! The ONE, The ONLY, The Epicenter ‘InDash!’

To complement it’s award winning ‘The Epicenter’ Bass Restoration products, AudioControl launches ‘The Epicenter InDash’ bringing amazing bass and audio sound quality performance to the fingertips of every car enthusiast.

AudioControl, the U.S. leading designer and manufacturer of award winning products that transform the sound performance of car audio systems, today announced the launch of ‘The Epicenter InDash’, a new bass-restoration processor and SPL meter that transforms the performance of speakers like no other product can.

AudioControl is the inventor and manufacturer of the globally acclaimed ONE and ONLY ‘The Epicenter’, a renowned, game-changing audio device that analyses the incoming signal, restores “lost music” and dramatically increases the response. This transformation is delivered to the in-car audio system, whether the bass comes from a small bass tube or a multi-woofer competition setup.

The introduction of The Epicenter InDash meets a demand for a quality, competitively priced bass-restoration device that can be easily controlled from the front of the car while also displaying the SPL measurement for all to see.

Chris Kane, of AudioControl stated that, “AudioControl has been leading the way in bass restoration technology for over 20 years. The introduction of The Epicenter InDash allows our consumers, to deliver bass to their speakers, like no other product and defines what bass should sound like in all cars with the controls conveniently at their fingertips”.

The Epicenter InDash boasts separate parametric controls that allow fine-tuning of the bass response and allows the user to choose the center frequency for the bass maximization. The Epicenter InDash does an amazing job of restoring and pumping up digital music files restoring low bass that’s been lost for a variety of reasons including compression or poor recording. In addition, speaker level inputs allow The Epicenter InDash to interface easily with factory radios.

Kane added that “the introduction of the new Epicenter InDash brings to the market a unique, dealer led product, at an affordable price that transforms the audio and video performance of the bass experience in-car. He added that by “having The Epicenter InDash as part of a dealers product mix offers a one-stop solution for increasing bass performance and allows a great way to drive sales, provide in-car solutions and increase customer satisfaction - All of this by the simple twist of a bass knob for customers to hear the true bottom returning to their music”.

Full details of The Epicenter InDash can be found at AudioControl’s website, www.audiocontrol.com or on AudioControl’s Facebook page. The Epicenter InDash will begin shipping to all U.S. and International dealers and distributors in January 2012. The Epicenter InDash will be on display for the first time at AudioControl’s booth (#2215, North Hall) at CES in Las Vegas from January 10th-13th, 2012.

About AudioControl

AudioControl is a U.S. designer and manufacturer of the highest quality theater processors, distributed audio amplifiers, signal processors and precise analysis products, celebrating more than 30 years of ‘making good sound better’. The company’s headquarters, including research and development, manufacturing, production, and training facilities continue to thrive in Seattle, Washington heart of the rainforest of the Pacific Northwest.

For more information visit www.AudioControl.com.

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