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Oklahoma City, OK, May 28, 2019 -- DD Audio proudly presents the DD Audio Sound Off: The Largest Car Audio Contest In The World at the 16th Annual Slamology Automotive & Music Festival, June 8-9th in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Lucas Oil Raceway. The DD Audio Sound Off is a quadruple sanctioned 3X world record event, featuring MECA, IASCA, dBDRAG, and USACi (click here for full schedule). Also returning for 2019 is the dBDrag Bagger Beatz Competition featuring the world’s loudest and meanest motorcycles.

If The World’s Largest Car Audio Competition isn’t enough for you to get your audio fix, the DD team will also be hanging out on the main drag where spectators can stop by the booth to experience the ferocious bass attack of the fully DD Audio equipped BEAST. The BEAST built by Matt Herman, already notorious throughout the USACi competition scene for its glass shattering and metal ripping feats of bass, will be making a 19-hour journey for its Slamology debut at this year's event.

Slamology is one of the world’s largest and most exciting custom vehicle lifestyle festivals featuring a massive car show with over 50 classes, hydraulic demonstrations, custom big rigs, RC racing, tattoo contest, one the hottest bikini contests in the Midwest, and of course the DD Audio Sound Off. Audio enthusiasts travel from all over the world to experience Slamology and they won’t be disappointed by what’s in store for them this year.

June 18, 2019 -- DS18 Traveled across the country 1200 miles to the country’s largest basshead event, Slamoloy. The DS18 Team was well represented with a vast amount of vehicles sporting DS18. From large manufacturers to the everyday hobbyist, DS18 tents were widely spread throughout the landscape.

Chris Allen, Leader of Team DS18, was the front runner in the amazing DS18 sponsored Groundpound. Groundpound turns heads wherever it goes with its massive 150 speaker sound system. Six hooligan x15s are powered by Six DS18 SPLX amplifiers at 18 volts tthat bring this beast to a window shattering 166.3 db!

To complement all this bass, we installed stunt walls in the side windows that lift up, rear hatch that props open, and rear facing wall full of DS18 pro audio speakers that can be heard for miles. DS18 was very happy to see all the love and support from the customers we consider family. We can’t wait for Slamology 2020.

STILLWATER, USA – KICKER® and its 80-foot XRV (Xtreme Recreational Vehicle) will attend Slamology – one of the largest car-audio events in the country – this weekend. The XRV rolling showroom sports a new wrap for 2018 and houses the full line of KICKER mobile-audio gear for viewing. The rig’s famous 20,000-watt “boom room” is a guarantee to thrill audiences with its wall of subwoofers all during the show.

Slamology will take place June 9-10, Saturday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Lucas Oil Raceway outside of Indianapolis, Ind.

Under the XRV’s awning, a slammed ’94 Chevy C1500 owned and fabricated by KICKER install technician Tim Smith will be on display. Smith uses an SSV Works™ MRB3 Media Controller, a pair of KICKER IQ-Series 5-channel amplifiers, Q-Class speakers and CompRT® shallow-mount subwoofers in his custom audio system.

Next to the XRV, the revamped JY Power™ “Cube” will be showing off its 60,000-watt KICKER Audio system. Built to “demo” at extreme volumes, the converted delivery truck features 40 KICKER 15-inch L7® Q-Class subwoofers powered by 20 KX-Series 2,400-watt amplifiers. On the outer walls, 12 KXM-Series amps juice 162 8-inch, weather-proof coaxial speakers for an unbelievable display.

In its 14th year, Slamology is billed as a “family-friendly, yet edgy” event produced by Donnie Babb, the show founder.

“We wanted a way to connect with our readers at Gauge Magazine and have a weekend-long party,” Babb said.

More than 1,700 show cars and 10,000 spectators attended Slamology 2017, with even higher attendance expected this year. The show features live bands along with RC racing, a tattoo competition, auto-limbo, a hydraulic contest, big-rig show and bikini contest. USACi, MECA, IASCA and dB Drag Racing will all have multi-point, car-audio competitions occurring at the show.

For more information, consumers can visit www.slamology.com online.

KICKER Performance Audio products, a division of Stillwater Designs and Audio, Inc.®, are available for the mobile and home audio aftermarket at authorized retailers worldwide, and also as Original Equipment for automobile manufacturers. Consumers seeking more information on KICKER or Livin’ Loud® may call the Consumer Information Line at 1-800-256-5425 or visit the brand website at www.kicker.com. Follow KICKER socially at Facebook.com/kickeraudio, Twitter.com/kickeraudio, Instagram.com/kickeraudio, or Pinterest.com/kickeraudio.

STILLWATER, USA – As a longtime supporter of the event, KICKER® returns to Slamology at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway – one of the largest car-audio and car-centric events in the country. Those attending can experience KICKER’s 80-foot XRV (Xtreme Recreational Vehicle) located on the south side of the venue in Audio Vendor Row, waiting for their shot at a “full-tilt demo session” inside the XRV Boom Room.
 
Slamology occurs June 11-12, and KICKER has supported the show since its inception nineteen years ago. Founder Donnie Babb bills the event as family-friendly, yet edgy.
 
“We wanted a way to connect with our readers at Gauge Magazine and have a weekend-long party,” Babb explained. “That brought in droves of people and made the show one of the largest car, truck and car-audio events in the world.”
In addition to Slamology’s well-earned reputation as a first-class car show, it is also known to be the premiere car-audio event on the planet. USACi, MECA, IASCA and Bass Wars will all conduct independent multi-point, car-audio competitions, featuring hundreds of the world’s best Sound-Quality and SPL competitors vying for championship points, trophies and prizes.
 
Slamology anticipates in excess of 2,000 show cars over the two-day event, with nearly 20,000 spectators expected to attend. The show also features live bands on stage, along with a tattoo competition, auto-limbo, a hydraulic contest, big rig show, bikini contest and more.
 
For more information, consumers can visit www.slamology.com.
 
KICKER Performance Audio products, a division of Stillwater Designs and Audio, Inc.®, are available for the mobile and home audio aftermarket at authorized retailers worldwide, and also as Original Equipment for boat and automobile manufacturers. Consumers seeking more information on KICKER or Livin’ Loud® may call the Consumer Information Line at 1-800-256-5425 or visit the brand website at www.kicker.com.
 
Consumers can follow KICKER socially at Facebook.com/kickeraudio, Twitter.com/kickeraudio, Instagram.com/kickeraudio, or Pinterest.com/kickeraudio, and use the hashtags #kickeraudio and #livinloud.

STILLWATER, USA – After several months of avoiding events due to COVID-19, KICKER® will once again take to the road this summer, this time for Slamology – one of the largest car-audio events in the country. The show will take place June 11-12 at Lucas Oil Raceway outside of Indianapolis.

A regular at events prior to the pandemic, KICKER has supported Slamology since its inception 19 years ago. In addition to Slamology’s well-earned reputation as a first-class car show, it is also known to be the premiere car-audio event on the planet. KICKER will attend the show with its 80-foot XRV (Xtreme Recreational Vehicle) tractor-trailer, which will be located in “Audio Vendor Row” on the south grounds. The KICKER road crew at the XRV will regularly conduct full-tilt demo sessions for audiophiles and those who enjoy loud bass.

Slamology founder Donnie Babb bills the event as family friendly, yet edgy.

“We wanted a way to connect with our readers at Gauge Magazine and have a weekend-long party,” said Babb. “That has brought in droves of people, and made the show one of the largest car, truck and audio events in the world.”

Slamology anticipates in excess of 2,000 show cars visiting for the two-day event, with nearly 20,000 spectators expected to attend. The show also features live, local-based bands on stage, along with other car show-type competitions and contests.

Simultaneously, USACi, MECA, IASCA and Bass Wars will all regulate independent multi-point, car-audio competitions, featuring hundreds of the world’s best Sound-Quality and SPL competitors vying for desired championship points, trophies and prizes.

For more information, consumers can visit www.slamology.com.

KICKER Performance Audio products, a division of Stillwater Designs and Audio, Inc.®, are available for the mobile and home audio aftermarket at authorized retailers worldwide, and also as Original Equipment for boat and automobile manufacturers. Consumers seeking more information on KICKER or Livin’ Loud® may call the Consumer Information Line at 1-800-256-5425 or visit the brand website at www.kicker.com. Consumers can follow KICKER socially at Facebook.com/kickeraudio, Twitter.com/kickeraudio, Instagram.com/kickeraudio, or Pinterest.com/kickeraudio, and use the hashtags #kickeraudio and #livinloud.

STILLWATER, USA – KICKER® will once again sponsor Slamology, the 2021 version at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis. The automotive and mobile audio-heavy show will take place June 12-13.

In its 18th year, Slamology is billed as a “family friendly, yet edgy” event put on by Donnie Babb, the show organizer and founder. In its third year of sponsorship, KICKER has frequently attended as a corporate brand.

“We (always) wanted a way to connect with (fans) and have a weekend-long party,” said Babb.

Billed as one of the largest car-stereo competitions in the country, Slamology plays host to competition organizations USACi, MECA, IASCA and dB Drag Racing, which will all have multi-point competitions at the Raceway during the weekend. In the spirit of mobile-sound competition, KICKER is the official car-audio contest sponsor for Slamology 2021 and will run a huge contest in which one lucky show attendee will win special KICKER product.

In addition to a “full-tilt demo session,” the show also features live bands along with RC racing, a tattoo competition, auto-limbo, a hydraulic contest, big-rig show, a bikini contest and more.

For more information, consumers can visit www.slamology.com.

KICKER Performance Audio products, a division of Stillwater Designs and Audio, Inc.®, are available for the mobile and home audio aftermarket at authorized retailers worldwide, and also as Original Equipment for boat and automobile manufacturers. Consumers seeking more information on KICKER or Livin’ Loud® may call the Consumer Information Line at 1-800-256-5425 or visit the brand website at www.kicker.com. Consumers can follow KICKER socially at Facebook.com/kickeraudio, Twitter.com/kickeraudio, Instagram.com/kickeraudio, or Pinterest.com/kickeraudio, and use the hashtags #kickeraudio and #livinloud.

STILLWATER, USA – KICKER® is celebrating a trio of audio-equipped rides awarded in the Street Trucks magazine “Slamology Top-10 Trucks” list, put together by editors following the show’s conclusion June 12 at Lucas Oil Raceway.

All three top-tier trucks spent their time as featured vehicles parked in front of KICKER’s XRV (Xtreme Recreational Vehicle) during the weekend, accumulating a non-stop crowd of awestruck spectators.

John Farr’s 1980 Dodge® D-50 pickup, known as the Ramster, sports a 3000-watt system that drives a half dozen KICKER subwoofers and 10 KICKER Q-Class speakers.

KICKER Special Projects Manager Tim Smith won “Best Interior” honors with his custom Chevy® Silverado®. It is equipped with a KICKER Q-Class amplifier and speaker system, along with a pair of eight-inch L7T square subwoofers in a custom enclosure.

Rounding out the honorees is a GMC® Sierra® showcasing a system installed by Indianapolis native Paul “Handmade” Howard. The system features L7T square subs, KICKER speakers and eight KICKER CX-Series amplifiers.

Billed as one of the largest car, truck and mobile-audio events in the world, Slamology featured in excess of 2,000 show cars over the two-day event, with nearly 20,000 spectators passing through the gates.

For more information, consumers can visit www.streettrucksmag.com/top-10-trucks-slamology-2022.

KICKER Performance Audio products, a division of Stillwater Designs and Audio, Inc.®, are available for the mobile and home audio aftermarket at authorized retailers worldwide, and also as Original Equipment for boat and automobile manufacturers. Consumers seeking more information on KICKER or Livin’ Loud® may call the Consumer Information Line at 1-800-256-5425 or visit the brand website at www.kicker.com. Consumers can follow KICKER socially at Facebook.com/kickeraudio, Twitter.com/kickeraudio, Instagram.com/kickeraudio, or Pinterest.com/kickeraudio, and use the hashtags #kickeraudio and #livinloud.

Chevy, Silverado, GMC and Sierra are registered trademarks of GM, its subsidiaries, affiliates or licensors.

Dodge is a registered trademark of FCA US LLC.

STILLWATER, USA – KICKER® will return to Slamology – one of the largest car-audio events in the country, and roll up in the 80-foot XRV (Xtreme Recreational Vehicle) tractor-trailer to a reserved space along “Audio Vendor Row.”  The outrageous JY Power™ “Cube” delivery truck will also be showing its 60,000-watt KICKER system throughout the weekend. The show runs June 8-9 at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis.

The massive XRV showroom sports a new wrap and displays the full line of hands-on, KICKER audio gear. Under the XRV’s awning, KICKER install specialist Tim Smith will show his custom ’94 Chevy® C1500 and its audio system featuring an SSV Works™ MRB3 media controller, a pair of KICKER Q-Class 5-channel amplifiers, Q-Class speakers and CompRT® slim subwoofers.

In support of KICKER, the revamped JY Power Cube will draw crowds in the JY Power booth, showing off its prototype battery system that’s one-third the size of the original lithium power bank. The cells power the 60,000-watt KICKER system built to “demo” at extreme volumes.  The converted delivery truck features 40 Q-Class L7® 15-inch subwoofers powered by 20 2,400-watt KICKER amplifiers. The incredible ride also includes 12 KICKER weather-resistant amps powering 162 eight-inch coaxial speakers revealing glowing LEDs. 

Additionally near the XRV will be Hunter Martin’s Q-Class-equipped, Ford® Super Duty F-350 pickup truck.  Martin, a JY Power custom fabricator, installed Q-Class point-source speakers in the doors and a CompRT 10-inch loaded subwoofer enclosure for bass. 

“It images incredibly well,” said Travis Young, co-founder of JY Power. “The CompRT enclosure (with the Reflex™ passive subwoofer) fills out the bottom end beautifully.”

Martin’s F350 uses a Q-Class 5-channel amplifier and attached KICKER IQI™ Interface to the system for remote tuning capabilities.

Team SPLoud founder Andy Magill will feature “Cookie Monster” in the KICKER booth as well. In addition to KICKER door speakers, the Mitsubishi® Eclipse™ is equipped with an astounding KICKER SoloX™ 18-inch subwoofer, powered by a single KICKER KX2400.1 amplifier. Magill started the SPL (sound-pressure level) organization “Team SPLoud” and a social-media group of the same name.

In its 16th year, Slamology is billed as a “family-friendly, yet edgy” event by Donnie Babb, the show organizer and founder. USACi, MECA, IASCA and dB Drag Racing will all conduct multi-point, car-audio competitions at the show.

“We wanted a way to connect with our readers at Gauge Magazine and have a weekend-long party,” said Babb.

For more information, consumers can visit www.slamology.com.

KICKER Performance Audio products, a division of Stillwater Designs and Audio, Inc.®, are available for the mobile and home audio aftermarket at authorized retailers worldwide, and also as Original Equipment for automobile manufacturers. Consumers seeking more information on KICKER or Livin’ Loud® may call the Consumer Information Line at 1-800-256-5425 or visit the brand website at www.kicker.com. Consumers can follow KICKER socially at Facebook.com/kickeraudio, Twitter.com/kickeraudio, Instagram.com/kickeraudio, or Pinterest.com/kickeraudio, and use the hashtags #kickeraudio and #livinloud.

JY Power is a trademark of JY Power, Inc.  SSV Works is a trademark of SSV Works, Inc. 

Chevy is a registered trademark of GM, its subsidiaries, affiliates or licensors.

Ford is a registered trademark, owned and used under license by Ford Motor Company.

Mitsubishi and Eclipse are trademarks of Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) and its suppliers or licensors.

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