Exile Audio is kicking off our new Marine Audio website and we thought you'd enjoy a few special deals to help us celebrate!
It's really simple: Shop the entire store with an extra 15% off in your pocket. Yes, thats on top of the deals already advertised -- do the math, and save big time.
Use coupone code: BLACK15
- The Exile Crew
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
More information can be found at www.tacotunes.com
Thursday, July 1, 2010
From what we saw, these guys know their business well! Look forward to working with you guys.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Monday, December 14, 2009
The Build of HARPOON. Weighing in at 16 lbs and measures 18 inches long, this audio weapon is built from a solid 6063-T5 aluminum chassis supporting more than 9 grams of aluminum per millimeter (most amplifiers average 6g/mm). Why so much you ask? Because it's critical for marine performance and we designed it to absolutely play all day long at full volume at 4 ohms or 2 ohms in a harsh environment! We've coated the PCB with a corrosion emulsifier to protect against oxidation and we've selected stainless steel hardware wherever applicable to protect the amplifier from the elements.
This Exile limited edition amplifier offers the Captain of the boat a very special master control function:
Throttle Box™ Control: An optional add-on remote controller that allows the Captain to actively shape the sound of the tower speakers depending on the real world listener position i.e. wake boarding (far out), wake surfing (close in) or cove (stationary). Whatever the case may be, Throttle Box TM tunes your tower speakers from full throttle (wide open) to Sound Quality (completely engaged). It's so unique; were even applying for a patent. The Throttle Box™ controller can be remotely mounted in a number of handy locations.
HARPOON also offers very special design features that make this a one of a kind limited edition Exile marine grade amplifier:
ISD Monitoring: Built in backlit display that shows the end user what is happening inside the amplifier. The ISD circuit is constantly monitoring the Throttle Box™, Signal, power output and protection conditions of the amplifier.
Ice Cooling: High density aluminum fins within the vented die cast end caps are engineered to work in sync to keep the amplifier running cool and impossible to overheat.
Easy Click Crossover: All crossover frequency potentiometers have 41 detents or "clicks" so the end user can set the exact crossover frequency desired.
Selectable logo illumination: Flip the switch to choose blue or white logo color. When the amplifier turns on, the color will be the opposite for a few seconds as it slowly changes/fades to the color selected by the switch.
Into 4 ohm Stereo 300 x 2
Into 2 ohm Stereo 500 x 2
Into 4 ohm Bridge 1000 x 1
Onboard Fuse Size: 40 amp x 2
Power/Ground Wire Size: 4 Gauge
Dimensions: 18"L x 10"W x 2.45"H
Frequency Response: ± 1dB from 20Hz to 20kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio: >110dB
High and Low Pass Crossovers: 18dB per Octave
Low Pass Crossover Range: 40Hz to 400Hz
High Pass Crossover Range: 20Hz to 400Hz
Input Sensitivity: 200 millivolts to 8 volts
Lowest Recommend Load: 2 ohm
Thursday, November 12, 2009
"Australia is very active in the Wake Sports industry," states Brian Kelsey, Exile Director. "Our XM7 speakers and marine amplifier products fit that category perfectly. Hi Fi & Video Marketing represents several major brands in this category and is well respected in the Australian market."
Exile products are now available in country just in time for the summer wake sport season. For more information or becoming a reseller, please contact:
Hi Fi & Video Marketing Pty Ltd,
Phone: (02) 9319 6877
Fax: (02) 9319 6490
Contact: Tony Ingrisano
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
boats. This set up went onto a 2009 Malibu VLX sporting double 7's on
the illusion XS tower. Pretty nice how they bolt right into XS tower
system and still retain the ability to swivel front to back and not
bump into each other. That's an industry first my friends!
Seeya ya on the water,