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Rockford Fosgate New Punch Series Distribution System Launched at CES 2004

20 years, 3 months ago Tempe, AZ

Tempe, Ariz. – Rockford Fosgate, manufacturer of high performance car audio accessories, announces the launch of the 2004 Punch Series Distribution System at the 2004 CES (booth #814). “Built with coolness and lower operating costs in mind, the 2004 Rockford Fosgate Punch Series Distribution Block won’t break the bank when you need a fuse,” says Mark Lieber, Rockford Fosgate accessory product manager. “This is not some side-by-side black plastic utilitarian back shop supply, but a cool high tech transparent form fits function. By using proven low cost ATC fuses, the customer can get a lot more for their hard earned money. The Punch Series Distribution System will do the job at half the weight of other products while utilizing solid brass and high spring steel for guaranteed long life.”

CPPFDC2 includes:
• Ground or fuse block
• 4 Gauge input
• Two 4/8 gauge outputs
• Maximum of 160 amps of current draw, 80 per output fused
• Low weight, high strength poly carbonate
• Heat treated Phosphorus Brass fuse clips CPPFHC1 includes
• 4 gauge input and output
• Maximum of 160 amps of current draw
• Low weight, high strength poly carbonate
• Heat treated Phosphorus Brass fuse clips

Specifications subject to change without notice. Rockford Fosgate is a division of Rockford Corp. in Tempe, Ariz., a publicly traded company under the NASDAQ stock symbol ROFO. Company websites can be viewed at and

About Rockford Fosgate

Setting the standard for excellence in the audio industry, Rockford Corporation markets high-performance audio systems under the brand Rockford Fosgate® for the mobile, motorsport, and marine audio aftermarket and OEM market. Headquartered in Tempe, Ariz., Rockford Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Patrick Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: PATK).