SUB210-amp

The SUB210-amp is a compact, self powered subwoofer designed to extend the frequency range and power bandwidth of Audio Performance full-range loudspeaker systems. With a cut-off frequency of 45Hz, the SUB210-amp is made for applications where the reproduction of sub frequencies is of major importance (music, live sound). It consists of two long excursion 10-inch cone driver mounted in a heavily braced vented enclosure.
The SUB210-amp built-in electronics package features a new lightweight, two channel class D audio power amplifier (D2SP) designed specifically for Self- Powered products.
The D2SP amplifier module is a sophisticated switch mode power supply, class-D amplifier design capable ofdelivering more than 2 x 1’250W RMS into 2 Ohms and adding only 3Kg to the weight of the cabinet

Key features 
  • Self powered
  • 28Hz cut-off frequency
  • Optimal LF coupling
  • PC remote controlled
Specifications 

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Acoustical 

Frequency response (1):  28Hz - 190Hz

Maximum SPL peak (2):   133dB

Transducers 

Low frequency :   2x10" inch, ferrofluid cooled, long excursion, low distortion cone driver

Amplifiers 

Output power (low1) (5):   1'250W RMS

Output power (low2) (5):   1'250W RMS

THD, DIM, SMPTE:   <0,05%

Audio Input 

Type:   Analog Differential balanced input circuit

Connectors:    Female XLR; Male XLR loop

Nominal impedance:   10K Ohm

AC Power 

Connectors:   Female PowerCon TRUE1, in; Male PowerCon loop

Input voltage:   115V - 230V nominal +/- 10%

DSP 

Sampling rate:   96 Khz

Basic delay:   0.76 ms

Dynamic range:   115dB

Remote / Network 

Type: PC and PodWare Software

Connectors:    RJ45 female, RJ45 loop

Mechanical 

Cabinet Size (WxHxD):   330 x 680 x 500mm

Cabinet finish:   Black epoxy painted

Rigging:  M20 plate

Protective grill:   Removable perforated 1,6mm steel, foam cover inside

Weight:   28Kg

(1) Frequency response: +/- 3sd, measured at 3 meters, on axis, half-space conditions -  MLSSA 1/3 octave

(2) Max peak SPL: Measured with music referred to 1 meter

(3) Crossover: Acoustical crossover frequency - at these frequency, transducers produce equal sound pressure level

(4) AES: Power handling is measured under AES standard conditions

(5) Power AMPS: Amplifier RMS output power per channel into 2 ohms, both channel driven