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JL Audio’s Gotham Has Super Subwoofer Powers
All of the utility belts in the entire Justice League have got nothing on this musical monster.
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Gotham’s JL Audio-engineered switching amplifier can drive 3,800 watts of clean output.
October 01, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Holy subwoofer, Batman! JL Audio just announced that they are shipping their Gotham subwoofer to dealers all over the world.

The company’s self-proclaimed “mother of all subs” has a pair of 13.5-inch subwoofer drivers, packing amp abilities to power up to 3,800 watts of RMS output. The woofers each have a whopping 4-inch peak-to-peak excursion envelope. That’s enough to blow gadgets clean off any utility belt.

If only Barry White were alive to test this sub out. Oh baby… Also, we could use his help carrying it too; this solid beast stands over 34 inches tall and weighs 360 pounds.

Other features include a slew of signal processing features, which can all be accessed on the front via a backlit master level knob.

Super subwoofer powers don’t run cheap though; the Gotham is available now for $11,000.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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