Speaker Systems is pleased to announce three new powered subwoofer
models, the S8.3. S10.3 and S12.3. Energy’s engineering, electronics
and driver design departments have devoted nearly two years of research
and development into these new subwoofers. Every component has been
engineered specifically for these new models, from the woofers to the
amplifiers and cabinets.
Acoustics has introduced the Digital Power Slot (DPS) Series of
subwoofers, a line of subwoofers using digital signal processing
technology to control all functions of the subwoofer.
DPS series consists of the DPS-10, with a 10” forward firing driver
(8.2” piston diameter) and 375 watts dynamic power, and the DPS-12,
with a 12” forward firing driver (9.9” piston diameter) and 400 watts
dynamic power. The DPS Series offers digital control of crossovers,
equalization, dynamic compression, volume, phase, protection circuits
and four selectable presets.
only on the Internet, Outlaw Audio's LFM-1 subwoofer was designed under
the guidance of Dr. Poh Ser Hsu. It has a long-throw12-inch woofer,
325-Watt amplifier, and a price of $579 each, or $999 for two.
The Outlaw Audio LFM-1 provides bass reproduction for both music and
movies. The design is both cosmetically and functionally suited for any
home theater or listening room according to Outlaw, and is sold
exclusively at www.outlawaudio.
four years of research and development, Paradigm has unveiled the
Seismic Subwoofer series. Joining Paradigm's award-winning Servo-15
reference subwoofer in the company's high-end Paradigm Reference
collection including, the Seismic 10 and the Seismic 12, are redefining
the concept of high-end performance in a compact lifestyle subwoofer
design according to Paradigm.
Sciences Corp. (ASC) is introducing a new accessory for music playback
systems and home theaters. The SubTrap™ is an acoustic subwoofer stand
that can improve the low frequency sound of listening environments, and
will be available only through dealers.
The SubTrap is a
product designed to eliminate the vertical resonance of subwoofers –
the low frequency energy that bounces between the floor and ceiling and
causes unpleasant one-note bass. Utilizing the acoustic technologies
found in the ASC TubeTrap™, the SubTrap is effective in the 70Hz range,
which is where most coupling occurs for the average 8-9’ ceiling.