July 23, 2013 by Rachel Cericola
To create the perfect sound system, you’re going to need a subwoofer. The right sub can add oomph to your AV system. That said, it shouldn’t stick out like a sore thumb.
Pro Audio Technology (PRO) has created a compact solution in its LFC-10sm subwoofer. This new option promises high output and low frequencies for smaller rooms. Of course, you can also add more than one sub for a larger system!
At 14-by-26-by-12 inches, the LFC-10sm is nice and compact. In fact, PRO says that the sub’s size allows it to be enclosed inside cabinetry, as well as placed in a room—without hogging up too much space.
Inside, the LFC-10sm has a 10-inch woofer with a rigid glass-fiber reinforced diaphragm driven by a massive magnet, as well as an oversized surround for extra-long linear excursion. Other features include an oversized, front-firing free-flow port and maximum output levels greater than 110dB.
PRO says that the sub should be paired with the company’s PMA digital processor/amplifier, which can pump out anywhere between 450 and 1,000 watts. It also delivers a fully DSP optimized signal to the sub and allows for in-room calibration.
“Owing to its exceptional components and meticulous engineering, the LFC-10sm delivers output levels and muscular yet musical bass that belies its modest size,” said Paul Hales, Pro Audio Technology’s founder. “It provides all of the visceral slam that customers and integrators expect from PRO subwoofers in a housing that can easily be integrated into virtually any room.”
The LFC-10sm is available now. However, you’ll need to contact PRO for information about pricing and how to purchase the product.
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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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