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American Technology Announces Innovative New Woofer Technology.

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 3, 1999--

Magnified Force(TM) Woofer Addresses Growing Market for Dolby Digital

Enabled Home Theater and Multimedia Systems

American Technology Corp. (OTC:ATCO), announced today that its award winning engineering team, led by Magnified Force(TM) inventor, James Croft, has developed a new and versatile patent-pending woofer technology.

Magnified Force technology offers greater acoustic output, reduced distortion, deeper bass and a significant reduction in enclosure volume when compared to conventional woofer and subwoofer systems.

Magnified Force technology dramatically improves the performance of all types of woofer and subwoofer systems including multimedia for PCs, bookshelf systems, high output car stereo and home theater systems. Over 30 configurations of the Magnified Force woofer are being patented covering virtually all audio applications.

"Several of the world's largest consumer electronics companies are expressing interest in our Magnified Force technology because of its versatility to complement their diverse audio products and answer their demands for multimedia and home theater," stated Con Brosnan, president & chief executive officer. "Magnified Force addresses the inherent size and acoustic power constraints as well as the proliferation of Dolby Digital systems which require a separate subwoofer. While our SFT(TM) speaker technology has the flexibility to function with or without a subwoofer in a wide array of applications, the addition of Magnified Force technology perfectly complements SFT and provides a total sound solution for the licensees of our audio technologies."

American Technology Corp. (ATC) is shaping the future of audio technology by developing and licensing its patented and patents-pending technology portfolio which includes: SFT (Stratified Field(TM) Technology), HSS(TM) (HyperSonic(TM) Sound Technology), Magnified Force Woofer Technology, Jet Engine Noise Reduction system and FM Sounds(TM) consumer radio products.

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Safe Harbor statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements in this news release looking forward in time involve risks and uncertainties, including the risks associated with the effect of changing economic conditions, trends in the electronic products markets, variations in the company's cash flow, market acceptance risks, technical development risks, seasonality and other risk factors detailed in the company's Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

Note to Editors: Magnified Force and other tradenames identified above are the property of American Technology Corp. Other company names mentioned herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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