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Procella P15 Long-throw 15-inch Subwoofer

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2011

Procella Audio has launched the P15 long-throw 15-inch subwoofer for your large home cinemas, commercial cinemas and larger rooms in general which are up to 3,000 cubic feet. This active subwoofer features dual 15-inch drivers, individually powered by 350-watt amplifiers and 28bit/56 bit ADI Sigma DSP controls.

The device produces a frequency response below 22Hz with a maximum output of 125dB at 50Hz. So how much to bring it home? The new Procella P15 long-throw 15-inch subwoofer is a hefty $6,000.

Harmon Kardon intros SB16 soundbar and subwoofer combo

Posted in Harmon Kardon by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2011

Looking to upgrade your home theater? Harman Kardon’s latest home theater soundbar, the Harmon Kardon SB16 might be the ticket. It is specially designed for people who lack a large physical space, but want to enjoy a quality home theater experience. It features direct connections to your TV, DVD player, video game console or other compatible devices so you can place the subwoofer in any position within the same room as the SB16 thanks to its wireless connectivity.

Other features include a two-way dual-driver, left and right soundbar speaker channels, each with two 3-inch (75mm) midrange drivers and a 3/4-inch (19mm) dome tweeter. The wireless subwoofer offers 100 watts of power while incorporating a 10-inch (250mm) driver within a ported enclosure.

PS3 surround speaker with subwoofer, remote

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on October 13th, 2010

It’s a good time to upgrade to a PlayStation3, with all of the various things that the console can do. These surround speakers are the latest reason. The bar has an in-built subwoofer and it connects using an optical connection.

It also has analog input for other sources and the device ships with its own remote control that allows users to pick from standard, stereo, vivid and dynamic sound fields. Other specs include a night mode, where the bass is reduced, the subwoofer with 30W of power and front-facing speakers with 10W of power.

Zo subwoofer adds bass to your iPod

Posted in iPod Accessories by Shane McGlaun on April 29th, 2010

I have lots of notebooks and netbooks that come through my hands and I have tested more than my share of MP3 players and iPods too. One thing that many of the devices have in common is that they lack bass.

If you want more bass from your iPod or MP3 player the zo personal subwoofer promises the kind of bass you expect form a 12-inch sub from a device the size of an iPod nano. The zo has a gauge on the front to show the intensity level it is set at.

Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 11 Subwoofer

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2010

You need a subwoofer if you want to annoy your neighbors. The BeoLab 11 from Bang & Olufsen should help in that department. It has an awesome look, but it also promises amazing bass.

There are two 6.5-inch drivers facing each other in an aluminum shell, for the ultimate in sound and alien good looks. You can expect this one to be available in North America in May 2010 if you have a spare $2,000.

Q-TV2 Speakers put stereo speakers and a subwoofer behind your HDTV

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2009

We don’t know for sure if the sound on this thing is awesome or sucky, but we love the design in which Q Acoustics hides a complete speaker system behind your flat panel TV. The setup works with TVs between 30 and 42 inches and attaches to an existing frame. It will even work with your TV sitting on a stand.

Right now it’s only available in Europe for $500. Sure it’s pricey but it gets the speakers out of the way and chances are it’s better than the speakers built into your TV.

Coffeemaker, Mac mini and subwoofer gets shoved into an iMac DV case

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2009

This is quite a site to behold. It’s a functional Mac mini, JBL Spot subwoofer and WMF1 coffeemaker shoved into a defunct iMac DV case. And it’s called the iMac CS. It’s bizarre, yet beautiful, like a gift from the Apple store in heaven. Klaus Diebel has done an amazing job.

Yes it’s a coffee-making media server with its own sound system. A custom version will cost you about €300 (or $431), but you can probably build your own for less money.


BassJump Subwoofer for Macbook

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2009

BassJump Subwoofer for MacbookThe BassJump is a portable subwoofer designed for the MacBook, that will turn your MacBook into a sound system. The subwoofer comes with software that combines audio from your MacBook speakers with the low frequency bass coming from the BassJump subwoofer.

The result is a dramatically richer and fuller sound experience. The device is powered by USB, so you wont need any extra cables, adapters or power cords. It will cost you $79.99 and comes packaged in an exclusive neoprene travel case.