January 17, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
We get plenty of tasty products from Canada—maple syrup, Canadian bacon, Molson Golden. Canadian loudspeaker manufacturer Paradigm is serving up its new DSP Series Subwoofers. Mmmmmm ... bassy, as Homer might say.
The DSP, as in digital signal processing, combines a compact form factor and mathematical algorithms to achieve its accurate, distortion-free bass sounds, the company says.
The series comes in three sizes:
DSP-3100: 10-inch (255 mm) Cone, 600 watts Dynamic Peak/200 watts RMS; 16.25 in x 12.25 in x 16.75 in (41.3 cm x 31.1 cm x 42.5 cm), 40 lb each (18.2 kg)
DSP-3200: 12-inch (305 mm) Cone, 900 watts Dynamic Peak/300 watts RMS; 18.25 in x 14 in x 19.5 in (46.4 cm x 35.6 cm x 49.5 cm), 54 lb each (24.5 kg)
DSP-3400: 14-inch (355 mm) Cone, 900 watts Dynamic Peak/300 watts RMS; 22.25 in x 15.75 in x 21 in (56.5 cm x 40 cm x 53.2 cm), 64.8 lb each (29.5 kg)
Each features a forward-firing driver with a CAP Carbon/Aramid-Fiber Polypropylene cone to further limited unwanted resonance and distortion.
The DSP Series Subs all come with removable grilles and have Paradigm’s SVS Slot Ventilation System to help along push the massive air pressure the subwoofers create.
For aesthetics, the series is available in cherry, rosenut and black ash to blend into many different room decors.
Read the entire press release here.
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