New range of subs
Our range of subs has expanded and we now offer a range of subs for music, home theatre and combined systems.
At 20 Hz, our subs vary in their maximum output capability. The output at 20 Hz is shown relative to F12.
- F12: 0db (baseline)
- F8: -1.5db
- LV12R: +2.5db
- E15HP: + 3.5db
- F15HP: +4db
- FV15HP: +9.5db
- F25: +8db
Home theatre subs
For systems where home
theatre is the main priority, we recommend
our vented subs. At 20 Hz, a vented sub
is comparable to the output of two similar
sealed subs. LV12R
is our lowest cost sub and is designed for
smaller rooms and modest budgets. Our larger
15" subs are suited to larger rooms
and have substantially more output. Don't
be fooled by typical comments about vented
subs lacking accuracy. These subs are tight
Music only systems
For music-only systems we recommend our sealed subs. We have sealed subs in various sizes and finishes. Where high output at 20 Hz is not needed, our sealed subs will match the output of their vented equivalents. In addition, greater extension is possible. Combined with room gain, in-room extension to 14 Hz or even lower is possible.
For combined music and home theatre systems, many of our 15" sealed subs are a good all round compromise. Our dual sealed 15" F25 is a very good choice, offering the LFE output of our vented subs but with the added bonus of greater midbass efficiency and output.
Direct Servo technology
The secret to accurate bass is in our patented Direct Servo technology.
A sensing coil provides immediate feedback to ensure the cone precisely follows the input signal. The result is very tight, accurate and dynamic bass.
How to purchase
Our range of
Direct Servo subwoofers on this
page are available for purchase
on-line direct via our website.
They are also available through
our distributor Ascend
Our customers say ...
From our customers we often hear comments like these:
"This is the cleanest, tightest, and most accurate bass I've ever experienced." ... Rob More
"... I am hearing notes I've never heard before." ... Kent B More
" It's quite satisfying when you hear that some bass notes, previously thought to be a single note, are actually two notes or a series of shorter notes." ... Darren K More