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Rockford Fosgate® Begins Shipping New M5 Amplifiers

11 months ago Theresa Anthony | 480.517.3107 | [email protected]

The powerful M5 Line is the next generation of Element Ready™ amplifiers and the first to carry a CTA-2006 Dynamic Output Power Rating

Rockford Fosgate the industry leader in high-performance audio systems, is now shipping the 5-channel and mono-block model of the new M5 amplifier line. The 800-watt 4-channel is expected to begin shipping in March.

IPX6 rated, the M5 amplifiers are purpose-built to stand up to the outdoor environment, including water, dust, mud, and UV rays so that they perform in all marine, motorcycle, and motorsports installations.  All are equipped with a full complement of smart features like C.L.E.A.N. technology for fast and accurate setup, "auto-sense" turn-on for use with high level inputs, and a top mounted control panel sealed by a smoked plexiglass cover completing the amps sleek industrial look.

If the amplifier is being installed into one of Rockford’s new Polaris RZR® or Can-Am Maverick X3® stage kits set-up is incredibly simple out of the box with the preset switch in the on position no settings or adjustments are needed. Simply flip the switch to the off position to customize set-up for all other applications.

The new M5 series amplifiers are the first in Rockford’s portfolio to carry a dynamic output power rating in line with the updated CTA-2006 standard measured to simulate real world music applications.

M5 Models include:
M5-800X4 | 800Watt 4-Channel Amplifier
M5-1500X5 | 1500Watt 5-Channel Amplifier
M5-1000X1 | 1000-Watt Mono Amplifier
• 2Year Warranty

About Rockford Corporation

Setting the standard for excellence in the audio industry, the Rockford Corporation markets and distributes high-performance audio systems for the car, utv audio, and marine audio aftermarket and OEM market. Headquartered in Tempe, Ariz., Rockford Corporation is a publicly traded company and manufactures or distributes its products under the brand: Rockford Fosgate(R). For more information, please visit: