Pioneer has added a new subwoofer to its line of value-oriented speakers. The SW-10 ($349) sports a 10-inch down-firing woofer in a vented enclosure, powered by a 200-watt BASH amplifier. The new 10-incher, a step up from the $160 SW-8MK2, has a quoted frequency response of 30 Hz to 150 Hz and includes phase and crossover adjustments. The SW-10 is on sale now.
Bringing 30 pounds of power to consumers, Pioneer Home Entertainment U.S.A. has announced its new SW-10 Powered Sub-Woofer. Available now for $349, the SW-10 is designed to reproduce the room filling, deep and powerful bass that is essential for conveying the weight and realism found in dynamic music and soundtracks.
Encased in a vented and stylish enclosure to improve transient response, the key to the powerful sound of the SW-10 is a dedicated, BASH high-voltage amplifier delivering 200 Watts RMS of pure power. The SW-10 has a frequency range between 30 Hz - 150 Hz with a maximum output power of 400W at its peak. Controls for phase and crossover adjustment are a snap, so listeners enjoy bass that's deep, satisfying and accurate after integrating into your main system.
With a wide rubber surround rather than a more cost-effective foam surround, Pioneer achieves far better excursion of the cone, the result of which is a greater bass response in a smaller cabinet. Rubber also doesn't degrade over time like foam, so the SW-10's bass driver will provide consistent bass response over a greater amount of time.
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