Sunfire Powers Up Three New Compact, 1,000-watt Subwoofers
The HRS-8, HRS-10 and HRS-12 from Sunfire range from $699 to $899, in cubed sizes from 10 to 13.5 inches.
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Sunfire’s HRS series subwoofer in white
August 01, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Big bass, small footprints, affordable pricing and a legendary audio industry name. What’s not to like about the latest line of compact subwoofers from Sunfire and renowned audio guru Bob Carver?

The company’s HRS Subwoofers feature newly designed High Back-emf drive units and Sunfire’s Tracking Downconverter amplifier technology, which provides reliable and efficient operation for their 1,000-watt handling. With the numbers corresponding to the driver sizes, the HRS-8 comes housed in a cubed box size of only 10 inches, the HRS-10 in an 11.5-inch cube and the HRS-12 in a 13.5-inch cube.

MSRPs for the HRS-8, HRS-10 and HRS-12 are $699, $799 and $899, respectively.

All three subwoofers feature Frequency Filtration Design (FFD) originally developed for the world’s first flat panel subwoofer, Sunfire’s SubRosa, the company says. The technology provides a minimum of 20-percent improvement in overall bass detail while delivering a more balanced frequency spectrum relevant to both music and movies, Sunfire adds. 

The models also provide a classy look with high-gloss white finish or high-gloss black lacquer finish to match a variety of room decors.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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