Nashville Tenn. — The crowd chuckled as the little Geo Metro from Super Sound Electronics in Palmetto Florida puttered up to the qualifying lanes at the dB Drag Racing World Finals. Laughter quickly turned into whooping and hollering when the little blue blob almost burst with an earth-shattering 171.1 dB qualifying blast. (In case you were wondering that is really really loud.)Containing only five JL AUDIO 15W3 15-inch subwoofers and five amplifiers totalling 10000 watts of power the Metro posted a high score of 171.7 dB slicing through the qualifying brackets into the final round where it finished second in its class (the winner used 8 woofers and 16 amplifiers). The little bass machine even survived the brutal 5-minute Deathmatch test with a rock-solid 164.4 dB average finishing third without a single woofer failure.The JL Audio 15W3 subwoofers used by the Super Sound Metro competitor utilize a patented-technology that makes it the most potent and rugged woofer JL Audio has ever made. Super Sound Electronics proved it conclusively by beating systems with more than twice the number of woofers and amplifiers.Super Sound Electronics Contact: Ali Mohammed (941) 723-2101Headquartered in Miramar Florida JL Audio has been manufacturing award-winning high-quality autosound loudspeaker systems since the late 1980s. Worldwide acclaim by retailers and the media have garnered the company numerous accolades that have positioned JL Audio as an international leader in automotive audio technology.