Subwoofer Pros Release Ultra Compact Studio Sub 10 with Response Down to 16Hz

March 23 2020, 00:10
TransAudio Group announced the new Subwoofer Pros Studio Sub 10, an ultra-compact 12" x 14" x 11.5" subwoofer with low distortion, an even frequency response, and an adjustable HF cutoff to work seamlessly with any size nearfield monitor. According to the Las Vegas company, the sealed and self-powered Studio Sub 10 produces high-fidelity bass reproduction down to 16Hz, and it is small enough to place anywhere in the control room in singles or multiples for different output volume and/or room mode taming. 

Subwoofer Pros is a subwoofer brand created to help studios get extended frequency response regardless of monitor brand, with products that are made in the USA. Already with a 12" and a 18" model for different max SPL output needs, the brand now announced the Studio Sub 10 to expand placement and configuration options. As Subwoofer Pros explain, "In an era where consumer playback systems have increased low end, the Studio Sub 10’s brutally honest bass reproduction will allow engineers to more quickly create accurate recordings without guesswork."

“Other subwoofers sacrifice accuracy for volume or are way too large to fit in a typical control room,” explains Brad Lunde, founder and president of TransAudio Group. “In contrast, the Subwoofer Pros Studio Sub 10 is purpose-built to produce flat, faithful low end between 16Hz and anywhere from 40Hz to 95Hz, depending on how the user sets it on the control. It’s really small for a sub, so they can fit anywhere. The Studio Sub 10’s competitive price point makes it possible to enjoy the sonic benefits of a distributed multiple sub system. Multiple Studio Sub 10s provide more accurate performance with several room locations versus a single subwoofer system using a single location."

The Subwoofer Pros Studio Sub 10 uses a single ten-inch, high-excursion driver powered by a linear 300W amplifier and has a selectable low pass filter at 40, 60, 80, and 95Hz. A phase switch, a volume knob, and dual summing XLR line-level inputs make it easy to situate the Studio Sub 10 in any control room. A dynamic filter provides overload protection and the 95Hz filter setting includes INFRA technology enabling extended LF without a port. Weighing in at a modest 29 pounds, the Studio Sub 10 is capable of generating 93dB SPL at 1 meter at 40Hz.

The Subwoofer Pros Studio Sub 10 price is $1750 MAP in the U.S., and they are now available.
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