Friday, 09 September 2005 |
ContraBass is a massive in-wall subwoofer designed to shake only the
air and not the wall in which it’s mounted. Conventional in-wall
subwoofers might have a limited output in order to prevent vibrations
that can cause buzzing or rattling, damaging wallboards and internal
pipes and wires over time. But Sunfire has put their anti-shake
technology to work in the ContraBass, counteracting the forces
generated by its High-Pressure, High-Back-EMF output. The technology
uses an amplifier-driven counterweight system which cancels linear and
rotational vibration modes to decrease vibrations by over 10dB to give
users great bass without taking down any walls.
True Subwoofer Super Junior is most impressive for its size; in
nine-inch cabinets, Sunfire manages to pack in a powerful 1,500 RMS and
dual 8-inch long throw, hi-velocity, proprietary drivers. While a new
version of the subwoofer is now available, it still retains its most
distinctive qualities. It achieves outputs of more than 108dB and
features Sunfire’s Tracking Downconverter technology that provides
high-current power to the drivers through a ‘just-in-time’ approach
that generates little heat. This technology is what makes it possible
to pack performance in a small, 29-pound package.
new Monster THX Select Certified Subwoofer 200 is a 12-inch subwoofer
that features a 200 Watt RMS amplifier. Working within Monster’s line
of high-performance Monster THX Select Certified home theater speakers,
Monster subwoofers operate as stand-alone low-frequency channels to
deliver intense, 0.1 surround sound audio.
a division of Monster LLC has announced the addition of the M•Bass 1000
High Performance Subwoofer to the Centra collection of home theater
products. The dual-purpose piece is designed to function as an end
table as well as a powerful subwoofer. The M•Bass 1000 complements the
Centra line of home theater component centers, including the
soon-to-be-released Centra StreamLine Tower Speakers.
specialist Focal has developed a new concept to allow iPod and hard
drive juke box users, plus WiFi and PC/server music fans, a way to
convert their products into the heart of a 2.1 hi-fi system – the iCub
integrated sub woofer.