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|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||>100 dB|
|Woofer||12" (307 mm) at 8 Ω|
|SPL||Maximum 122 dB at 1 m|
|Frequency Range||45 to 180 Hz (-10 dB)|
|Frequency Response||60 to 130 Hz (± 3 dB)|
|Amplifier||Full short circuit, open circuit, thermal protection|
|Mains||Standard IEC receptacle|
|Power Consumption||110 W|
|Power Requirements||USA/Canada: 120 VAC at 60 Hz (T 6.3 A H 250 V)UK/Australia/Europe: 220 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz (T 3.15 A H 250 V)Korea/China: 220 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz (T 3.15 A H 250 V)Japan: 100 VAC, at 50/60 Hz (T6.3 A H 250 V)|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||20.5 x 20.0 x 18.5"|
|Package Weight||46.5 lb|
|Maximum Output Power||500 W|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||17.0 x 14.8 x 16.7" (432 x 375 x 423 mm)|
|Weight||43.1 lb (19.5 kg)|
|Level||-∞ to +6 dB|
|Boost and Cut||Boost (Switchable): 40 to 90 Hz, +10 dBCut (Switchable):70 to 150 Hz, Butterworth, 24 dB slope|
|Audio Output||Thru A/B: servo-balanced XLROutput A/B: servo-balanced XLR|
|Impedance||300 Ω unbalanced 600 Ω balanced|
|High-Pass Filter||100 Hz, Butterworth with 18 dB slope|
|Sensitivity||+4 dBu at 0 dB (center position) for full rated power|
|Audio Inputs||2 x 3-pin servo balanced XLR|
|Input Impedance||12 kΩ unbalanced24 kΩ balanced|
I play small venues with a Yamaha DGX 660. I love the fact that I can run a mic through the onboard speakers, but the accompaniment that the keyboard produces, while really nice, does lack bottom, due to the size of the speakers provided. This unit is a perfect choice to add bass to the mix.
Needed for a small church where visitors often sing with prerecorded music tracks. Don't need to shake the walls just beef the low end the mains don't handle. My favorite is weight! At 43 pound with the great built in handles, it is a breeze to carry.
Like all of the reviews said, this little thing is a beast. I wanted something small and light (50lb or less) for my 12 Yamaha PA speakers, and for how little I would use them for band jam or an occasion DJ gig for a friend or neighbor, I couldn't justify spending double this for a Yamaha or EV sub.
I have 2 qsc k12's and I was looking for a cheap and lightweight subwoofer to fill the low end I used it already and it was perfect
It really hits that low end and really thumps. Not as good as a 18 inch subwoofer but with the boost feature you can really get the thing working!
Part of my business is mobile DJing. For most weddings I find my Behringer VP1800S subwoofer (paired with a Behringer EP2500 power amp) was being wasted and the effort to haul it around wasn't worth it. I've never turned them all the way up - even at an outdoor wedding.
Bought 2 of these subs to compliment a smaller dj setup that I was building for easier portability to smaller gigs. I have these paired with a set of harbinger v2112 12 cabs. Very nice sounding combo. Most people will ask why I chose a 12 sub paired wit 12 mains.....
Good unit for the price. Not an earth shaking box but a subtle boom is all I need.
I have a part-time mobile DJ business and this little sub woofer really puts out a lot of real, thick, authentic down low floor shaking bass sound and is so small it hides under my DJ table. Weight is only 43 pounds which is really nice as I get older (55) and down-sizing is my goal.
I use this product at home in basement with a small Karaoke setup (Yamaha mixer, 2 behringer 10 speakers). This sub-woofer adds wonderful bass to low end. Feels heavy and solid. I like how it sounds. Very happy with this purchase.