September 06, 2007 by Rachel Cericola
You may be proud to be loud, but sick of tripping over that subwoofer. It easily tucks into corner or next to the couch, but unless you are the uber-audiophile that can appreciate the beauty of a sub both inside and out, maybe you’d prefer this piece of equipment stay heard and not seen.
Sonance has a solution in the Bandpass. Designed for use with in-wall and in-ceiling speaker systems, the Bandpass adds bumpin’ bass in a hidden enclosure. The flush-mount installation puts the plane of the subwoofer grille aligned with the plane of the wall or ceiling.
Adaptor baffles are available to allow the BPS-1 Subwoofer ($1,050) to be used with any size round or square Architectural Series Panel Bracket to match other AS speakers and any separately available Architectural Series Finish Component.
You still have some time to marvel at your current subwoofer, and maybe even say goodbye; the Bandpass won’t be available until January 2008.
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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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