REL’s Tzero MKIII Subwoofer is Every Bit REL, Just Smaller
REL's new diminutive Tzero Mk III is every bit a true REL says the subwoofer specialist, just smaller.
The REL Tzero Mk III sports 100 W of Class D amplification as well as an all-new aluminium cone that's said to provide much greater stiffness to the driver for a potent punch. Furthermore, costing just SGD $700, the price point, as well as the form factor, makes the Tzero Mk III a promising proposition for apartments, flats, and studies.
However, just because it's budget-friendly doesn't mean that REL has skimped. We are told that five coats of high gloss lacquer are what covers this pocket-sized sub - in either white or black.
Inside it is armed with NextGen Class D amplifiers, REL's High-Level Input, plus a separate .1/LFE input stage with its own volume control to get theatre levels and music perfect.
Measuring just 216 x 241 x 260 mm (WxHxD) and weighing 6.8 kg, anyone has room for the REL Tzero Mk III. It's available from November for just SGD $700.
For more information, head on over to REL.
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