Outlaw Audio



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Outlaw Audio was spawned from the onset as an e-commerce manufacturer by a group of audio and home theater industry veterans in the late 1990s.

Outlaw Audio delivers its affordable high performance audio and home theater electronics by building its designs to spec through subcontracted factories, and selling them exclusively through the Internet.

Notable products include the Model 7900 7-channel amp, rated at 300 watts per channel for a total of 2.1 kilowatts. There's also the Outlaw bookshelf loudspeaker which has a claimed frequency response of 54 Hz to 22 kHz and uses SEAS drivers.

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HomeTheaterReview.com's Outlaw product reviews include:

Outlaw Audio ECS-10 subwoofer
Outlaw Audio Model 7500 mult-channel amplifier
Outlaw Audio RR2150 stereo receiver
Outlaw Audio BLS loudspeaker
Outlaw Audio LCR loudspeaker

Similar companies are HSU Research, Axiom, Oppo, NuForce, Denon, and Marantz.


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