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Eminence Speaker LLC introduced Flux Density Modulation (FDM) Technology, which it describes as "a revolutionary tonal breakthrough for guitar players everywhere."

The patent pending FDM Technology from Eminence is designed to offer control of output level, associated distortion, and tonal balance via a simple control knob on the back of the speaker.

The technology mechanically manipulates the flux path and relative densities within a loudspeaker motor structure. The result is designed to achieve “high power amplifier tone at lower volumes simply with the turn of a dial on the back of the speaker.”

Turn the modulator knob to adjust speaker output and amplifier interaction, helping you find that sweet spot of saturated tube tone but at a significantly lower volume, Eminence says.

Tweak the knob for a wide range of tones: More attenuation affords a warmer tone while less attenuation restores volume and brightness.

The Maverick and ReignMaker models are available in both the Patriot and Red Coat lines of Eminence guitar speakers.

See this demo video from NAMM:



More Information at www.adamhall.com or www.eminence.com.

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