The all-new 2021 Jeep® Grand Cherokee L, now with three rows of seating, will debut with the auto industry’s only sound system made by the legends in luxury home audio, McIntosh Laboratory, Inc. Available first in the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, the McIntosh MX950 Entertainment System is available in Overland and Summit models and comes standard when equipped with the Summit Reserve Package. Customers will soon be able to experience what it is like having a McIntosh Entertainment System with them on-the-go. It aims to be “Legendary Performance in Motion.”
For over seven decades, McIntosh has been on the leading edge of high-end home audio and popular culture with sound systems handcrafted in their factory in Binghamton, NY. The company’s amplifiers were used to power the original Woodstock and the Grateful Dead’s groundbreaking “Wall of Sound” which cemented McIntosh’s reputation as a true American icon.
The McIntosh MX950 Entertainment System boasts 19 speakers in 12 optimal locations to deliver precision sound through every inch of the vehicle and a 17-channel amplifier delivers up to 950Watts of power. The system has LD/HP® speaker design to lower distortion and McIntosh Power Guard® for unrivaled clarity even at very high-volume levels. The most advanced materials technologies were used to make components lighter, yet stronger, so speakers respond faster in delivering timely sonic reproduction. The occupants are enveloped in a massive sweet spot to hear music with zero coloration, just as the artist intended.
Look for McIntosh MX950 Entertainment System at Jeep dealerships in the second quarter of 2021.