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Outlaw Audio Debuts Home Theater Surround Processor with Streamlined Features Set for High Performance and Affordable Price

EASTON, MA 12/05/12 -- Outlaw Audio, the internet-only audio/video retailer, has introduced an aggressively-priced home theater surround processor that delivers high-performance for the A/V enthusiast on a budget. The new Outlaw Model 975 Surround Processor allows for the creation of a state-of-the-art-home theater, without the added complexity and extraneous features typically associated with modern home theater receivers and processors.



Outlaw Audio Debuts Dual-Mode Home Theater Loudspeaker for Vertical or Horizontal Placements

Easton, MA (12/27/07) -- Outlaw Audio, the leading internet-only direct-to-consumer electronics brand, has introduced the Outlaw LCR, a remarkably flexible home theater loudspeaker that is the first to include the company's exclusive MCO (Main/Center Optimization) selectable crossover technology. This allows the speaker's acoustic radiation pattern to be optimized for use as either a left or right front speaker or as a horizontal center channel speaker simply by flipping the MCO switch. The LCR is the second model in the company's recently introduced loudspeaker series, following the highly regarded Outlaw Bookshelf Loudspeaker (BLS) introduced earlier this year.

Outlaw Audio Breaks Into Loudspeaker Market

Internet-based direct-to-consumer company offers its first loudspeaker – the BLS Bookshelf Loudspeaker

EASTON, MA (5/15/07) – Outlaw Audio, the leading direct-to-consumer Internet electronics manufacturer, has introduced its first full-range loudspeaker, the Outlaw Bookshelf Loudspeaker. Designed and hand-built in the USA to audiophile-grade performance standards, it is equally adept for use in high-end two-channel or home theater applications.

"Since we launched Outlaw eight years ago, hardly a day has gone by without someone asking us about speakers," commented an Outlaw spokesman. "As many of us have a great amount of experience with loudspeakers, it seemed like a fair question. However, the reality is that we were hesitant to enter the highly crowded field of loudspeakers unless we felt we could offer something truly special at a great price. Well, now we can do just that – and it gives us great pleasure to introduce our first loudspeaker."

Outlaw Delivers its Most Powerful Multichannel Amplifier Yet – 7 x 300 Watts


NEW YORK (5/11/07) -- Outlaw Audio, the leading direct-to-consumer internet electronics brand, today debuted the Model 7900, the largest and most powerful multichannel power amplifier the company has ever offered. It features seven fully balanced differential amplification channels each delivering 300 watts into an 8-ohm load with all channels driven, and 450 watts into 4 ohms (20 Hz – 20kHz, 0.03% THD, all channels driven). Due to its enormous power delivering capabilities, the unit is equipped with dual power cords.

Outlaw Audio Expands Subwoofer Lineup with New Larger, Louder, Lower LFM-1 EX

NEW YORK (5/11/07) -- Outlaw Audio, the leading Internet-only home theater and audio manufacturer, debuted its new LFM-1 EX subwoofer at the Home Entertainment Show here today. The new top-of-the-line model expands the capabilities of the company's successful LFM subwoofer line with the largest enclosure it has ever offered, giving it extended linear bass capabilities reaching down to 16 Hz. It also features selectable tuning options that favor either maximum SPL output, or lower frequency bass extension, depending on source material and listener preference.

Outlaw Audio Adds Powerful, Fully Differential Multichannel Home Theater Amplifiers

New 7x200 and 5x200 Watt power amplifiers feature balanced inputs and fully balanced, differential circuit topology.

Outlaw Audio, the leading direct-to-consumer internet electronics brand, has introduced two new high power multichannel amplifiers featuring fully balanced differential topology for substantially improved performance. The five-channel Model 7500 and seven-channel Model 7700 each deliver 200 Watts per channel into 8-Ohms, and 300 Watts into 4 Ohms (20 Hz – 20kHz, all channels driven) with a total harmonic distortion of less than 0.03%.


Note: Model 970 discontinued, Model 7075 currently available.

Divide and Conquer: Outlaw Home Theater Separates Redefine Bang for the Buck… Again!

Outlaw Model 970 AV Preamplifier/Processor and Model 7075 7x75W Power amplifier now shipping for just $699 each, or $1298 for the pair

Outlaw Audio, the leading Internet-only consumer electronics brand, has introduced a pair of home theater components that give consumers a value-priced alternative to all-in-one home theater receivers.

Outlaw Audio Resurrects the Stereo Reciever

A NEW TREND IN CONSUMER ELECTRONICS - Over the past decade, consumer electronics manufacturers have sold millions of home theater surround sound systems designed for five or seven loudspeakers, yet only in a relatively small percentage of homes do consumers actually use more than two speakers. For music, many people, including a large percentage of the "Golden Ear" audiophile crowd, still prefer good old two-channel stereo. Now, with iPod and other two-channel digital music technologies seemingly taking over the world, some people in the consumer electronics industry are taking a fresh look at dedicated stereo systems.

EASTON, MA (12/8/05) – Today, Outlaw Audio announced that it has resurrected the high performance analog stereo receiver. The new Outlaw Audio Model RR 2150 "Retro Receiver" offers state-of-the-art two-channel analog music performance in a design, reminiscent of classic Art Deco table radios, that is a refreshing alternative to the typical seven-channel big-black-box home theater receiver.

Outlaw Ups the Power Ante with Affordable New Seven-Channel Home Theater Power Amplifier

Outlaw Audio, the leading direct-to-consumer Internet electronics brand, has introduced the Model 7125, a seven-channel, 125-watts-per-channel home theater power amplifier that delivers all the amplification necessary to compliment today's latest 6.1 and 7.1 channel surround processors, such as the recently introduced Outlaw Audio Model 990. Like all Outlaw Audio products, it can be purchased only at www.outlawaudio.com. The Model 7125 replaces their highly acclaimed 100–watts–per-channel Model 7100.



Outlaw Audio, Inc., the leading internet-only consumer electronics brand, is expanding its line of cable and interconnect products with the introduction of its new Pure Silver Video, or PSV, cables. Shipments will begin in February.


Outlaw Audio Evolves E-Brand Business Model

E-brand created to sell its own home theater products exclusively on the web.

Outlaw Audio, Inc., the first audio/video electronics manufacturer to use the internet to bypass traditional sales and distribution channels, announced today the start of sales operations at www.outlawaudio.com. Outlaw Audio is the first company to design, manufacture and sell products using a brand name specifically created for internet sales.