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Monday, 02 February 2004 ,  Written by
Bowers & Wilkens has just announced the release of their new spherical shaped subwoofer. The PV1 Pressure Vessel Subwoofer breaks ground from all previous designs with a unique, spherical enclosure and all-new driver and amplifier concepts. “The PV1 doesn’t look like any other subwoofer, and its performance is equally uncommon,” says B&W Loudspeakers Executive Vice President Chris Browder. At the same time, the B&W industrial design moves the subwoofer from its traditional dark corner to pride of place, front and center, in today’s new-tech, “lifestyle” AV systems.
Thursday, 15 January 2004 ,  Written by
Polk Audio has just announced the introduction of the new LSiW high performance powered subwoofer. It features patented Polk Audio technologies and features for home theater and music performance. The LSiW features dual 10" drivers with high roll surrounds and 2 inch voice coils mounted on opposing 1" thick MDF baffles. The top, bottom, front and back panels of the enclosure are finished in black high gloss laminate and the side panels are finished in either Cherry or Ebony-finish wood veneer. The cabinet finishes, overall industrial design and high-end performance of the LSiW match the rest of Polk’s LSi Series loudspeakers.
Thursday, 11 September 2003 ,  Written by
RBH Sound Inc. has just introduced the 1212-SE, a dual long-throw, 12-inch, 400-watt class A/B powered subwoofer that uses TAV™ technology for increased performance with a smaller cabinet size. Tuned Aperiodic Vent (TAV) technology bridges the gap between vented and sealed enclosure subwoofer designs providing deeper low frequency extension than similar sized, sealed designs. TAV technology shifts the vent tuning to a much lower frequency than would otherwise be possible in a small-vented enclosure and also improves transient response.
Monday, 03 March 2003 ,  Written by
Britain’s B&W Loudspeakers has been creating active subwoofers almost since the powered-sub concept has existed. The UK company has a long history of designing for powerful levels of genuine deep bass. The latest models to advance this tradition are B&W’s new 15-inch ASW-850 and 12-inch ASW-800. These new powered subs, technically identical but for driver and cabinet sizes, combine massive, 1,000-watt (continuous) audio power with newly developed transducers to produce more intense, dynamic, ultra-deep bass than any preceding B&W subwoofer. “We’re locked in an arms race with the purveyors of music and, especially, movie-soundtrack productions,” says B&W Loudspeakers Executive Vice President Chris Browder, “And I’m only half joking. Big-production filmsound’s ability to incorporate awesome bass effects has grown steadily throughout the home-theater boom, and sound-designers have raised the low-end ante considerably over just the past few years. Not to worry: These new subs give us the upper hand with headroom, slam, and bottom-octaves extension to spare.”
Wednesday, 30 October 2002 ,  Written by
B&W has just announced the release of their new $1,600 ASW-CDM subwoofer. The ASW-CDM features an ultra-high-output 12-inch long-throw driver, a compact size of 15 x 15 x 20 inches and a 1000 watt dedicated amplifier co-designed by Philips of the Netherlands.
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