Thunder Audio provided 12 RCF TTS56-A subwoofers for driving low end during the recent Detroit Electronic Music Festival.
Livonia, MI (January 23, 2013)–Michigan-based live sound company Thunder Audio regularly provides audio for the likes of Metallica, Trace Adkins, Dolly Parton and Steely Dan. To bolster its continually moving inventory, the company recently added 34 RCF subwoofers

Specifically Thunder Audio added 24 TTS56-A (double 21") subs along with 8 TTL36-AS (double 18") flyable active subwoofers and 2 TTS28-A (double 18") active subs. The company recently used the TTS56-A subwoofers to hold down the sub lows for a number of high profile events. The Skrillex New Years Eve Electronic Music Festival at the Palace of Auburn Hills utilized 18 boxes, while the Detroit Electronic Music Festival held at Hart Plaza used 16. Thunder Audio provided 24 for the Orion Music Festival with Metallica. The band also used the subs to support their recent performance at the Voodoo Music Festival in New Orleans.

The TTS56-A features two 21-inch neodymium woofers; each subwoofer is powered by a 6,800 watt, 2-channel digital amplifier with PFC. Meanwhile, the TTL36-AS is a flyable, active subwoofer that features a clam-shell design, a 2 x 4.5-inch voice coil and vented 18-inch woofer design, and a 4,000 watt, 2-channel digital amplifier with PFC.

"The sub harmonic frequency coverage and punch that come from these boxes is amazing; whether used as forward facing sub frequency enhancement or as end fire arrays, the performance is second to none," said Tony Villarreal, owner for Thunder Audio, who confirmed that 2013 will be a busy year for the new subwoofers with plenty of outdoor festivals and concerts on the docket.