Treo Engineering Announces Treo Series Extreme (TSX) Subwoofers

At CES, Treo introduced several new products, including the Street Series Extreme Twelve Inch Subwoofer (SSX12.22), and the all-new Treo Series Extreme Subwoofers (TSX10.xx, TSX12.xx, & TSX15.xx)

The TSX subwoofers are aimed at the high-end car audio consumer. They take many of the same technologies used in the championship winning Treo Engineering Competition Series Extreme (CSX) SPL competition subwoofers and translate them into great-sounding subwoofers that will stand up to any kind of abuse.

The TSX subwoofers will be available in ten, twelve, and fifteen inch sizes. All sizes will be available with dual 4-ohm or dual 2-ohm voice coils.

The TSX10 and TSX12 feature a large 208 ounce motor structure, 2.5 inch dual two ohm or dual four ohm voice coils, and a polypropylene cone. The TSX15 features the same polypropylene cone along, with even larger 298 ounce motor structures and 3.0 inch dual two ohm or dual four ohm aluminum voice coils.

All TSX subwoofers feature hydro-formed steel frames with Treo-exclusive perimeter venting and durable and attractive black electroplated top plates and T-yokes. Power handling on the TSX10 and TSX12 is 275 watts RMS and power handling on the TSX15.22 is 350 watts RMS. The TSX subwoofers boast two and a half inches of peak-to-peak excursion.

The Treo TSX subwoofers will be in stores beginning February 1, 2003, pricing to be announced.

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