Atlantic Technology is shipping the FS Series wireless powered subwoofers, two new compact models primed for complementing TV, sound bar or audio systems. They both use low-latency SKAA wireless audio tech built to work with Atlantic Technology’s wireless multi-room SKAA range as well any other brand’s sound bars, TVs and receivers. The models are priced at $399 MSRP for the 100-watt 6.5-inch woofer FS-S65 and $549 MSRP for the 8-inch 150-watt FS-S8.

“Virtually all wireless subwoofers are designed for soundbars and use Wi-Fi signals that only work with the same brand of sound bars or speakers and typically have limited adjustability and no provision for a wired connection to work with other products,” said Paul Fredrickson, Director of Business Development at Muto Communications, Atlantic Technology’s marketing and global PR agency of record. “Leveraging Atlantic Technology’s extensive experience producing great subwoofers, the FS Series gives everyone the ability to add a slim, compact wireless subwoofer to their TV, soundbar or home-theater system of any brand in any room, without breaking the bank or home aesthetics.”


AT says the FS Series are engineered using the “finest” components starting with proprietary advanced drivers designed and manufactured by the company. The long-throw bass driver uses a a vented magnetic motor structure and a high temperature, 4-layer aluminum voice coil for improved performance and reliability. The subs sport a placement-flexible thin form factor in an MDF enclosure for reduced distortion and “deep” bass in a 7-inch deep cabinet, and both are available in satin-black and a high-gloss piano black finishes.

Optimization controls include adjustable 50Hz to 300Hz, 12dB per octave low-pass crossover operation enabling better blending with satellite speakers or a soundbar while making the woofer less localizable. A level control matches output volume to the rest of the system and a 0°/180° phase switch is included for better acoustic matching with satellite speakers. For more information, go to Atlantic Technology.

 

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