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Maxhaust Sound Generator, exhaust sound from a speaker

Maxhaust Sound Generator, exhaust sound from a speaker

The Maxhaust Sound Generator is an acoustic amplifier for the engine sound. By using a high-quality patented loudspeaker, a sound is created that can be adjusted perfectly to your wishes. The sound cannot be distinguished from the real exhaust sound.

The Maxhaust sound booster is an electrical module with software by Maxhaust. This module amplifies the engine sound acoustically, integrates extra functions and makes the system compatible with other vehicles. The system is controlled via existing buttons or switches on and around the steering wheel or via the app on your smart phone. For stage 4 it concerns an ESM (Electronic Sound Module) module where you can choose from 5 different sound profiles. In this module, pops and bangs are adjustable.

The Maxhaust system previously used the external sound module from Audi (stage 1), but as an option a modified version of this module could be ordered (stage 2) and the most extreme option is the module from Maserati. This was used in the Ghibli (stage 3). The system is linked to the car via the CANbus system. This makes the system perfectly integrated in the control system of the car. Think for example of the sport mode.

Maxhaust has now launched the Stage 4. This is the most extensive and versatile speaker system to date, but at the same price as the Stage 1!

The system is also standard via a Bluetooth module to connect to your smartphone, whereby many settings are possible. The Maxhaust soundbooster is an electrical module with software from Maxhaust. This module strengthens the engine sound acoustically, integrates extra functions and makes the system compatible with other vehicles. The system is controlled via existing buttons or switches on and around the steering wheel or via the app on your smart phone. You have a choice of 5 different sound profiles and the pops and bangs are adjustable using the stage 4 ESM ( Electronic Sound Module) module.

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