StreetWires-, the inventor of premium cables and connectors for car
audio, today announced two powerful new capacitors to its Power
Station&Trade; line, giving car audio enthusiasts a bold new way to
enhance the performance of their systems. Featuring 1-farad
capacities and a stylish design, StreetWires' new capacitors smooth
out the highs and lows of electrical system resources, ensuring that
premium audio systems have sufficient power when they need it most.
Today's mega-watt car audio systems often place a sizable
strain on the electrical systems of the vehicles into which they're
installed. Deep bass notes in particular can draw power away from
other critical vehicle systems, causing them to underperform. A
capacitor, mounted in close electrical proximity to the amplifier,
can repeatedly store and quickly discharge electrical power to the
amp when needed, eliminating momentary drains on electrical
StreetWire's new capacitors, Models PSC401 and PSC401D, offer not
only state-of-the-art performance, but also new a graphic design
that is attractive enough for prime-time placement, even in the
hottest audio installs. They're top-of-the-line in every respect,
inside and out-high-density foil anodes and cathodes, for example,
along with a high temperature electrolyte and brass terminal
connectors, assure ultra-fast storage and discharge.
Both capacitors sport clear, impact-resistant polycarbonate
covers and steel mounting brackets. The PSC401D also has an
adjustable, 3-digit voltage display with bright blue numbers for
easy visibility, displaying "over/under voltage" and "incorrect
polarity" warnings for added safety.
"At a time when raw material costs are rising, StreetWires
hasn't sacrificed quality in its new PSC401 and PSC401D capacitors,"
said John Ivey, VP and General Manager for the StreetWires
brand. "These are premium products for true audio fans who want the
best possible performance from their systems. These capacitors are
actual 1 farad capacitors that aid in power delivery to a car audio
system. We ensure the performance of our products by not sacrificing
the materials that provide it."