THE LOWDOWN ON PSB’S NEW AND AFFORDABLE SUBWOOFERS
PSB Speakers have long been renowned for affordable excellence when it comes to loudspeaker design. To kick off a new year, PSB has announced a new duo of affordable subwoofers.
The two new innovative subwoofers are the SubSeries 350 ($999.99), and SubSeries 250 ($699.99P) and both are compact yet powerful designs that are sure to deliver superb performance in either music or home theatre systems.
Housed in sealed, stylish gloss black cabinets, the latest designs feature new 10” and 12” drivers powered by Class D MOSFET amplifiers for high efficiency and low energy use.
Paul Barton, Founder and Chief Designer of PSB Speakers, told StereoNET:
Whether for music or movies, a well-designed, properly integrated subwoofer can be the difference between good and exceptional sound,
The SubSeries 350 and 250 feature trickle-down fit and finish from the SubSeries 450 and utilise the same proven methods that PSB has employed for decades. The result is subwoofers that are powerful, precise and truly exciting to experience.
The new Class D discrete MOSFET amplifiers are said to use less energy to produce more power while reducing standby power to an industry low. Their “smart bass” limiting circuitry prevents the woofer and amplifier from being overdriven with any input level.
Just like with all PSB Speakers, final voicing is performed by Founder and Chief Designer, Paul Barton, at Canada’s famed National Research Council.
Features include continuously variable phase control for more precise tuning with satellite speakers, wide frequency range crossover, USB power source connector for use with optional RT100 wireless transmitter/receiver, speaker and line level inputs and outputs (including line-level LFE inputs), and customised rubber feet to isolate vibrations.
PSB Speakers new SubSeries 250 and SubSeries 350 Subwoofers are available now.
For more information visit PSB Speakers.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.
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