Snap AV Launches New Episode Subwoofers

New subwoofers offer installer-friendly features and flexibility across entire product line

Charlotte, NC. - - Snap AV has added a new line of subwoofers to its Episode™ Speaker brand. The product line features integrated BASH™ amplifiers with seven different models ranging from 150 to 500 watts.


"Our product development team comes from a custom installation background, so they've looked for every opportunity to create a line of products that is really easy to work with in the field," says Jay Faison, president of Snap AV. All Episode Subwoofers include features such as front gain controls, low -voltage trigger activation, and phase control that are designed to maximize installation flexibility.

"Flexibility is one of those things that installers need, regardless of budget, so every Episode Subwoofer -from entry level to the top of the line -has the same installer -friendly features," Faison adds.

"Because subwoofers are such a critical category for the industry, providing this level of quality at our factory -direct pricing is going to give our dealers a way to significantly increase profits. Each one of our products is designed with the installer in mind, and we are always striving to make every job easier and more profitable for our customers."


ABOUT SNAP AV. Snap AV is located in Charlotte, NC. The company manufactures and sells its own product lines directly to the trade. The lines currently include Episode™ Speakers, Dragonfly™ Film Screens, Strong™ Mounts & Lifts, Binary™ Cables, Old Camden™ Furniture and Wirepath™ Structured Wiring.


Media inquiries: Erin Bowman
(704) 909.5813 or bowman@snapav.com
Consumer inquiries: Snap AV
(866) 424.4489

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