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|110 dB continuous
|Input gain: continuously variable from -30 to +6 dB
Low pass filter: continuously variable from 50 to 130 Hz
Phase switch: 0° and 180°
Ground lift switch
|Left and right balanced XLR
Left and right balanced 1/4" TRS
Left and right unbalanced RCA
|Left and right balanced XLR pass-through
Left and right balanced 1/4" TRS pass-through
Balanced XLR Sub out
1/4" Sub bypass
|Front firing bass-reflex acoustic port
Internal dampening and heat sink
|Resonance-suppressing internal bracing
Internal dampening and heat sink
|20 to 200 Hz
|Variable 50 to 130 Hz
|100 to 120 VAC at 50/60 Hz
220 to 240 VAC at 50-60 Hz
|Dimensions (H x W x D)
|16.14 x 13.19 x 16" (410 x 335 x 406 mm)
|31.7 lb (14.4 kg)
I purchase this product and I can not be any more satisfy with it's performance. Easy Installation and I love the On/Off peddle switch. The sound is great. Had to tune down the bass because it was a monster.I would recommend this product.
I have had the PreSonus E66 monitors for a while and struggled heavily with getting the low end right in my mixes. This sub filled in that gap perfectly. I spent about 15 minutes getting the levels close which other than having to get behind it to adjust was easy.
This thing is awesome! Has a nice full sound and helps me create the best final edits. I love the pedal that allows you to deactivate the sub when you don't need it. The frequency response has a wide range so you can take advantage of the full spectrum that your monitors generate.
We use the Tremblor 10 in a 5.1 configuration with 4 x Eris E8 (front/rear), 1 x Eris E44 (center) and a Denon DN-700AVP as surround pre-amp in a little cinema (85 people) and everybody is raving about the quality of the sound. And the price was more than fair.
I use this in addition to my neumann monitors and it does a great job just letting you hear/feel what the low low end is doing. I mix tons of live recordings and the low end can get carried away this helps me to make sure everything is nice and tight without getting flubby.
I operate a commercial recording studio in Music City and these shame pretty much every other 10" sub on the market. More oomph and more low frequency extension than any similar product.
After I tuned it to fit my space... It works perfect... It works really well and I can hear the lows that I didn't hear before. I am very impressed!!
I bought this subwoofer to accompany my Presonus R80s, which are satisfactory in pretty much everything except low-frequency reproduction. They lack the punch and don't go as low as I'd like to. I was looking for a subwoofer that could hit 20Hz.
Have this with a pair of E8s and it came set at unity then I had to dial it down to 9 o'clock because it got real and really quick! It is accurate and loud and the footswitch is a godsend. Didn't rate manufacturer because haven't had to use them.
I was looking for a sub that wasn't going to break the bank. Mark Stein recommended the T10 and so far it does the job. I'm using a pair of Dynaudio BM 15's with the isoacoustic stands. My mixes already sounded great but I wanted to feel the bass a little when I work.