Unique looking subwoofer

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  1. ZachW

    ZachW Stunt Coordinator

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    I know there are some pretty cool and unique looking speaker such as the b&w Nautilus, but are there any subs that have that same unique kind of artful look? just wondering. thanks
     
  2. terence

    terence Supporting Actor

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    Hey ZachW,

    I ran across this crazy looking sub!

    A powered subwoofer as unique as the minipod, the new blueroom bass station is the perfect compliment for enhancing and extending the bass performance of your minipod system. Inspired by the shape and acoustics of a conga drum, the bass station supports a 10" long throw driver that fires upward through a curved metal grille. A trumpeted down-firing port is aligned directly below and concentric to the bass driver, thus producing a tighter, more controlled performance.

    With a truly ommidirectional radiating design, the bass station can be positioned virtually anywhere in your room. But unlike conventional boxy subs, you'll not want to hide this subwoofer's eye-catching good looks . . . now in nine great colors!



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    Bass Station Technical Specifications

    Shape Vented enclosure conceived to compliment the minipod with its own stand alone design.
    Drive Unit 10" (25cm) longthrow
    Power Output 75 watts RMS (internal 4 ohm impedance)
    Crossover 40 Hz to 120 Hz variable
    Signal to noise ratio >90 dB
    Input Voltage 115V UL/CSA approved
    Functions Input level control; phase: 0 or 180 degrees (switchable) power (on, auto, off) switch
    Inputs line (RCA) in; hi level (speaker) in
    Outputs line (RCA) out
    height 22 inches (529 mm)
    diameter 14.5 inches (348 mm)
    weight 22 lbs (10 kg)


    http://www.blueroomstore.com/bassstations.html
     
  3. terence

    terence Supporting Actor

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    Check out the matching speakers.

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    Minipod Technical Specifications

    System Type 2-way 4th-order bass-reflex direct-radiating
    Drive Units one 5” diameter long-throw bass/midrange featuring Kevlar cone and 1” diameter high-power voice coil on kapton former;

    one 1” diameter free-mounted high-frequency tweeter featuring neodymium motor, doped fabric diaphragm and magnetic fluid for cooling and damping.
    Power Handling Suitable for use with amplifiers of between 10-100W RMS output into 4 ohm on undistorted music; (apprx 80W RMS max with 8 ohm amplifiers)
    Frequency Range Reference axis: +/-3dB, 60Hz – 22 KHz
    -6dB at 55 Hz and 25 KHz
    dispersion 2dB max deviation over horizontal 60 deg arc centered on reference axis, vertical 40 degree arc centered on reference axis.
    Sensitivity 90 dB spl (1W 1m)
    Nominal Impedance 4 ohm, stable at 8 ohm
    Crossover Frequency 3KHz. 2nd order LF, 3rd order HF
    Distortion Harmonics 1 & 2
     

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