Product Overview

Welcome to Wāvtech, exceptional mobile audio integration products for audiophiles.  Our products are engineered to provide a truly remarkable listening experience.  Designed for the professional installer, our OEM integration and specialty sound processor models are simply the best solution available for upgrading your car audio system.  

 
 
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linkD

When upgrading your audio system, a good clean signal is critical.  The linkD is a versatile little box with dual functionality.  It works as a high output voltage line driver or as an active, low impedance line output convertor (LOC).  This makes it a great choice for upgrading aftermarket and OEM audio systems.

 

linkT

One of the biggest disappointments after installing a new audio system can be a poorly imaging soundstage.  No matter how hard you try, you just can’t get the image positioned where you want it.  Another common problem occurs in systems with multiple subwoofers, powered by multiple amplifiers.  Issues with phasing can create a loss in bass output.  The linkT solves these problems and more.

 
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link4

When it comes to adding an amplifier or amplifiers to your factory audio system, the link4 does what models from competing brands just can’t.  Simply put, the link4 is the most flexible 4-channel LOC available today. 

 
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link8

Today’s factory installed audio systems are becoming more complex.  With many of the vehicles controls and operations integrated into the source unit, replacing it is no longer an option.  Some vehicles have amplifiers dedicated to each individual speaker. When you aren’t satisfied with the OEM systems sound, these factors make it increasingly difficult when it comes time to upgrade.  That is why you need a link8.

 

bassFREQ

You have just added a subwoofer to your system but something isn’t quite right.  Maybe what is needed is a little bit of equalization?  It could be that the crossover built into your amplifier doesn’t have a steep enough slope.  Maybe you are using a ported enclosure and could really use a subsonic filter.  Whatever the issue, the bassFREQ can help resolve it.