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Memphis Car Audio Introduces Carbon Honeycone on new MClass Subwoofers

by admin on Feb.04, 2010, under Blazin Auto, Memphis

Lightweight and stiff with less flex for maximum sound performance.

Memphis, Tenn. – Already known for generating accurate, deep bass with great response, Memphis Car Audio now brings carbon HoneyconeTM technology to their MClass subwoofers. The new, super lightweight carbon HoneyconeTM boasts extreme stiffness along with remarkably low flexion that maximizes sound accuracy and performance by creating a pure wave.

Built on the exclusive signature basket, sleeker cosmetics make for a sophisticated install. A double roll surround offers the advantage of increased accuracy by keeping the cone in perfect alignment with the speaker. Inside the coil, an additional aluminum heatsink dissipates all destructive heat. Appealing, stylized stitching sandwiches the components together for true durability. Behold the boom!

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Memphis Car Audio Introduces Carbon Honeycone on new MClass Subwoofers

by admin on Feb.03, 2010, under Blazin Auto, Memphis

Lightweight and stiff with less flex for maximum sound performance.

Memphis, Tenn. – Already known for generating accurate, deep bass with great response, Memphis Car Audio now brings carbon HoneyconeTM technology to their MClass subwoofers. The new, super lightweight carbon HoneyconeTM boasts extreme stiffness along with remarkably low flexion that maximizes sound accuracy and performance by creating a pure wave.

Built on the exclusive signature basket, sleeker cosmetics make for a sophisticated install. A double roll surround offers the advantage of increased accuracy by keeping the cone in perfect alignment with the speaker. Inside the coil, an additional aluminum heatsink dissipates all destructive heat. Appealing, stylized stitching sandwiches the components together for true durability. Behold the boom!

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Memphis Car Audio Introduces New Cast Subwoofers

by admin on Jan.24, 2010, under Blazin Auto, Memphis

Always a leader in big bass, Memphis Car Audio announces two subwoofers with new voice coil technology: the CM and the C3. The “C” in CM represents the cast aluminum basket, of course, but the “M” stands for Mojo.

“The Mojo has always been the heavy hitter in our line.” says Tanner Wilson, Senior Director of Product Development. “Now our Mojos can handle more wattage so you can get your bass booming more than ever before with high powered amplification. The C3 is analogous to Mojo’s younger brother, not quite as big, but just as tough and strong.”

The voice coil in the CM is now made with aluminum instead of copper. Aluminum is better at dissipating heat, and therefore able to handle more power. Where previously a 12” woofer was only able to accept 1000-2000 watts of power, the CM can now receive 1100-2200 watts. That translates to up to 10% more heart-stopping bass potential.

“I’m proud to say that the CM is our biggest, baddest, bassiest woofer ever.” continues Mr. Wilson.

Both the CM and the C3 now have 4 bolts attaching the basket to the motor for more strength, and the surround is now made of butyl rubber instead of foam for durability. Cosmetically, these subs really shine. The black wrinkle finish of the signature Memphis M baskets feature inset chrome mesh accents and a chrome back plate with laser etching. Gaskets are now rubber for both look and fit, and new, proprietary terminals also feature chrome branding. Both the CM and C3 still incorporate the parabolic reflex cone design that decreases flex, thereby lowering distortion and increasing impulse response and output. Bottom line is that these subs sound great, look great, and feel great.

The C3 Cast Subwoofer can be viewed here, and the CM Cast Subwoofer can be viewed here.

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