Artison Introduces Its First Freestanding Subwoofer

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Artison-RCC-Nano1.jpgIn the fourth quarter of this year, Artison will debut its first freestanding subwoofer, the RCC Nano 1. This compact subwoofer measures just 7.5 x 8 x 9 inches and uses two active 6.5-inch long-throw aluminum drivers and a 300-watt amplifier. It will be available in a black or white finish, can be mated with an optional wireless module, and carries a suggested price of $899.


From Artison
Artison, the leader in attachable loudspeakers for flat-panel televisions, will soon ship its first ever freestanding subwoofer - the RCC Nano 1 - bringing a new level of performance matched with design to installers, dealers, and audiophiles.

The RCC Nano 1 is designed for ease of use, performance, and aesthetics. Measuring only 7.5" x 8" x 9" including feet and grilles, this compact 300-watt powerhouse has the piston area of an oversized 8" woofer. Outfitted with variable crossovers and dual active 6.5" long-throw aluminum drivers, the Nano 1 is an ideal choice for delivering omni-directional low-frequency sound waves in any room or zone, regardless of placement. Because of its diminutive size, the Nano 1 provides installers and interior designers with a versatile new option in unobtrusive sub-bass that can be coupled with virtually any high-end audio system.

The Nano 1 incorporates Artison's industry-leading reactance cancelling (vibration free) design, which insures not only frequency response, but also secure placement - crucial in a freestanding speaker. Constructed of 6061 T6 Aluminum, the Nano's enclosure is both rigid and thin, which are both highly desirable subwoofer characteristics. Artison's use of Adsorbing Damping materials and a unique bass-enhancing algorithm allows the inconspicuous Nano 1 to easily compete against subwoofers with a far larger footprint.

The new Artison RCC Nano 1 subwoofer boasts a wide range of features and benefits, including:
• Built-in wireless input
• High-level inputs
• Low-level Inputs
• 12-volt trigger
• Auto-sensing
• Multi-voltage power supply
• Digital phase shift
• Variable crossover
• All aluminum enclosure (black or white finish)
• Dual active 6.5" long-throw aluminum drivers
• RCC Reactance Cancelling Configuration (Vibration Free)
• Absorption damping
• Hidden inputs for a clean look
• 3000watt amplifier
• IR control window and hardwire input
• 32Hz - 160 Hz
• 7.5"(190.5mm) W x 8"(203.2mm) H (including Feet) x 9" (228.6)D (Including Grilles)

The Nano 1 subwoofer will be available in Q4 2014 for $899 MAP. A compatible wireless transmitter is available for $99 MAP.

Additional Resources
• Check out Artison's brand page at HomeTheaterReview.com.
• Visit Artison's website for more information.


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