Origin Acoustics, which officially launched at CEDIA 2014 with a wide range of architectural in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, has now added three subwoofer models. The Bassic line includes 8-, 10-, and 12-inch subwoofers priced from $600 to $1,200. Controls for level, phase, and crossover adjustment are mounted on the front of the cabinet, and the subwoofers feature a piano-black finish. The Bassic line will be available in mid-April.
From Origin Acoustics
Origin Acoustics is proud to announce the arrival of their Bassic subwoofer line. Building upon their past success in the subwoofer category, the Origin team has created three models that provide deep, dynamic bass to fill out the lowest octaves in the sonic spectrum.
Whether you are looking to enhance your musical experience or create greater impact from a movie soundtrack, the Bassic Subs are a perfect addition to any of Origins Acoustics award winning loudspeakers. They are fast, tight and pack an incredible punch.
“The custom industry has been flooded with low-end subs that do not produce sustainable deep rich bass. We have engineered amplifiers that push bass output to the highest levels,” says Jeremy Burkhardt, Origins CEO. “The CEDIA channel must stop selling low price point solutions and focus on sound quality. We have created a range of subwoofers that bring critical listening back to the front of the conversation. The piano gloss finish cabinets are the finest this category has seen since Velodyne launched in the 1990s. I was inspired to create Bassic based in my love for deep, tight bass response.”
The Bassic subs are available in either an 8-inch, 10-inch or 12-inch version. The aluminum drivers are powered by 100w, 150w or 250w of cool, efficient Class D amplification. The controls for level, phase and crossover adjustment are mounted on the front of the cabinet behind the grille for easy access whether the sub is against a wall or mounted in a cabinet. The piano-gloss black finish and inset grille design make them as aesthetically impressive as the sound they produce.
The Bassic Subs are priced $600-$1,200 (US MSRP), respectively, and will be shipping mid-April.