BGW Systems, Inc. is a highly successful California corporation engaged in the business of designing, manufacturing, marketing and distributing high quality electronic equipment. BGW has built a strong reputation for building the most rugged, reliable and long lasting products in the industry. BGW's product line includes Audio Power Amplifiers for professional, industrial, commercial, theater and cinema markets, Racks and Rack Mount Accessory Products, Self-powered Subwoofer Systems, Rack Mount Computer Systems, in addition to Custom and OEM products.
During the period from 1968 to mid-1972 the company was engaged in extensive research and development activities. It was during this period that the company developed its first product. At present, the company produces four lines of power amplifiers; the "Professional Series", "Performance Series", "Grand Touring Series", and the BGW "Millennium Series".
In July 1974, BGW Systems was chosen by Universal Studios to supply power amplifiers for use in movie theaters worldwide. These amplifiers were an integral part of Universal's Sensurround� sound system featured in "Earthquake", "Midway", and "Rollercoaster". During that period, thousands of BGW Models 750 and 750A's were purchased by Universal. And, most are still being used today in Universal Studios' theme parks.
In 2003, BGW was acquired by Amplifier Technologies, Inc., the OEM and branded manufacturer of amplifiers and high-performance audio components for such brands as Theta Digital, ATI, B&K and Audioaccess. The company's manufacturing facilities are co-located within Amplifier Technologies 80,000 square-foot facility. Capabilities include board layout and development, through-hole component insertion, ROHS compliant wave and hand soldering, final assembly and complete testing.
BGW Systems has earned an enviable reputation for reliability and quality. Testing of the products at various stages of manufacture insures proper operation of each unit. A complete electrical test of each amplifier is performed by a computerized audio test system. The computer prints out the results of each test. Since the first amplifier, each unit has been individually tested. Shaker Table testing is also used on a 100% basis. Each amplifier is operated while strapped to a Shaker Table to determine if any intermittent electrical problems exist. The exclusive modular construction makes BGW amplifiers easy to maintain in the field, if needed. By simply replacing a module, service becomes a quick and easy task.
BGW is also an outstanding OEM supplier to many leading firms including NASA, the U.S. Navy and 3M Corporation, for whom we have designed and manufactured special audio amplifiers and customized computer systems.
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