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Rockford Fosgate Announces New Yamaha YXZ Audio Solutions

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TEMPE, Ariz. â Sept. 15, 2016 â Rockford Fosgate (www.rockfordfosgate.com), the industry leader in high-performance audio systems, is proud to announce the launch of a new line of motorsports audio solutions specific to select 2016-2017Yamaha YXZ side-by-side models. All audio solution lines for 2016-2017 Yamaha YXZ1000R & 2017 YXZ1000R SS are scheduled to ship in Q1 2017.

âWith the ever growing popularity of the Yamaha YXZ and the limited high quality audio offerings available, we have developed multiple class leadingkits that offer options for source unit integration to complete high performance audio solutions,â explained Jake Braaten, Rockford Vice President ofNew Product Development and Engineering. âAll of the products are designed to perform while out in the elements, and we keep the installation simple by offering very efficient plug-and-play kits designed to fit factory locations on the YXZ. Our systems are engineered and tested to last, no matter whether in the mud, sand, or on rough mountain trails.â

From as low as $349.99 for a YXZ-STAGE1 solution up to a modest $2,299.99 for a complete YXZ-STAGE5 400-watt amplified audio system including four speakers and subwoofer, Rockford Fosgate has all the gear anyone could ever need. All system components carry the legendary Rockford Fosgate sound signature while meeting element-ready standards for outdoor situations, including rain, wind, dust, and UV protection.

For more information on Rockford Fosgate, please visit www.rockfordfosgate.com.

About Rockford Corporation

Setting the standard for excellence in the audio industry, the Rockford Corporation markets and distributes high-performance audio systems for the mobile audio aftermarket and OEM market. Headquartered in Tempe, Ariz., Rockford Corporation is a publicly traded company and manufactures or distributes its products under multiple brands: Rockford Fosgate®, Rockford Acoustic Design™, Lightning Audio®, CrimeStopper, and Renegade. For more information, please visit: www.rockfordfosgate.com, www.rockfordacousticdesign.com, www.lightningaudio.com, www.crimestopper.com, and www.renegadecaraudio.com.

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