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The Polk Complete DSP Sound System was created through a partnership between ASA Electronics and Dutchmen RV.
The Polk Complete DSP Sound System was created through a partnership between ASA Electronics and Dutchmen RV.

Dutchmen RV Brings New Sound System to RVX


ASA Electronics and Dutchmen RV hope to take RV audio to the next level with the Polk Complete DSP Sound System. Dutchmen has outfitted a 2019 Voltage to showcase with a new system by ASA Electronics at the RVX show in Salt Lake City. ASA Electronics is well-known in the marine market for its sound systems.

“We wanted to do something really extraordinary for our Voltage line at RVX and bring premium audio to the RV market at the same time. We wanted to not just push the boundaries but blow the doors off the place. We heard what ASA Electronics was capable of at RVIA with their trailer and knew we had to have it,” said Josh Staley, general manager of Dutchmen.

The Dutchmen Voltage is fully loaded with 10 high-powered speakers, three 700 watt 10.8-inch subwoofers, four high efficiency amplifiers, two Bluetooth-enabled stereos, and two Digital Signal Processing modules for optimized sound quality and zone control.

“Premium audio is beginning to resonate with discerning RV buyers across the toy hauler segment. Those that take to the desert for an adrenaline rush with their toys are also looking to amp things up in their haulers,” said Cedric Waters, RV OEM Account Manager for ASA Electronics. “The ‘sophisticated madness’ our Polk system offers, in terms of technology and total quality sound, is a huge leap for the RV industry, and we are elated Dutchmen has chosen to partner with us as we continue to lead the way.”

 The Polk DSP System has been custom-tuned for the Voltage in order to deliver peak performance and recording studio quality audio at any volume. During testing, the system reached 126 decibels without ever distorting the audio or producing any interference, according to Dutchmen.

The Polk Complete DSP Sound System first debuted to the marine market last Fall and can be found on Regulator Marine boats.

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