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Audio Power Meter Protects Speakers from High Levels

Atlantic Quality Design announced its new patent pending PM-150 Audio Power Meter. The PM-150 measures and displays the RMS watts flowing from your guitar, bass, or keyboard amplifier to the speaker(s). It also helps to protect your rig by turning down the volume if a user-settable power threshold is exceeded...

August 13, 2004

Atlantic Quality Design announced its new patent pending PM-150 Audio Power Meter. The PM-150 measures and displays the RMS watts flowing from your guitar, bass, or keyboard amplifier to the speaker(s). It also helps to protect your rig by turning down the volume if a user-settable power threshold is exceeded.The large, bright display is visible across the stage, and helps you set your volume for consistent performances and equipment reliability.

Three power ranges are selectable, up to 150 watts. Made out of metal, the PM-150 is built to last. Available now, the PM-150 costs $139.95.

For more information, visit their web site at www.aqdi.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004