Fusion audio have released a new range of car audio products to an already overcrowded market place in an attempt to re claw some of the success captured from years ago. The New Fusion products retain a similar feel and are based on a concept that has always shown success in the past. Three new ranges consisting of CS, CP (Performance) & PP (Powerplant) are now available to buy, But are they any good?
The most noticeable change fusion have made to the product range is the design. A more desirable “sleek & stylish” finish has been added to all the products in the range in particular the AM amps, which now look on par with the more fashionable Massive Audio amps as well as other brands. However its the PS range that have undergone the largest visual changes when compared to the previous “Ugly” Reactor series. The new understated styling the PS range now offers makes them one of prettier product ranges on the market and certainly one which can be shown off with pride.
As nice as a good looking sub is, Car audio isn’t just about the visual design. Most people buy the products to be heard as well as seen. So how does Fusion stack up in this department?
Looking at the vital statistics our first observation is that the performance has decreased! Power ratings have decreased slightly compared to the previous years ranges. However Fusion have been quite cleaver & introduced new technology to improve key areas to help improve the overall quality of the products. An example of this is more evident in the AM series amps, where a new method of thermal transfer has been introduced. Keeping amps cool has always been the key to quality performance over a long period & it looks like fusion have now cracked part of the puzzle.
What Fusion have done very cleverly is introduce a new and improved product range, dramatically improving the look and feel of the products at the same time keeping the performance & brand identity. The new range to 2011 is bound to be a big success with the current fusion fans as well as introducing a few new friendly faces to their audience.
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