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The Perfect Vision magazine "2007 Editor's Choice" Award Winner
Sound & Vision magazine "2007 Editors' Choice Audio Product of the Year"
The 2,000-Watt Mighty Mini Sub
Don't deprive yourself of a sub any longer because you think you don't have the space. You're missing a lot of the excitement of move soundtracks and music.
Sound & Vision magazine bestowed its "2007 Editors' Choice Audio Product of the Year" on the PSB Synchrony series with an HD10 subwoofer. According to Daniel Kumin, "Here are my speakers for the next decade or two."
"It Will Pull at Your Ears and Heartstrings"
The January 2008 issue of The Perfect Vision magazine gave a Synchrony Two-based speaker system with an HD10 subwoofer its "2007 Editor's Choice Award" for "Best High Performance Home Theater Speaker System."
According to The Perfect Vision, This is not a system you can (or should) listen to in a casual way, because it will continually pull at your ears and heartstrings -- almost forcing you to care about musical performances."
Fits Just About Anywhere
The PSB HD10 powered subwoofer fits just about anywhere. But don't mistake its small size for small performance. This sub sounds MASSIVE, with its 750-watt RMS power output, and it really kicks out the deepest bass notes.
To overpower the laws of physics the HD10 employs Dual Opposing Heavy Passive Radiators to "fool" the HD10 cabinet into behaving as a much larger enclosure with much larger, longer ports. The results of this design should be obvious to all: Deep, powerful, high impact reproduction of even the most challenging soundtracks and musical performances from an incredibly small subwoofer -- less than a fourth the size of conventional solutions of equal ability.
The HD10 has all the power you need, and more, for movie house-quality sound, thanks to its dynamic peak ability of a massive 2,000 watts. The 10-inch poly-coated fiber cone woofer with high-density rubber surround gets an even bigger sound, due to the dual passive 10-inch passive radiators.
LFE Input Adds Extra Realism
LFE stands for Low Frequency Effects. Dolby Digital and DTS encoded DVDs include a special ".1" channel that includes additional low frequency information for effects. This 20 to 120 Hz bass information, with 115 dB of dynamic range, adds excitement and realism to a movie soundtrack. So the LFE input on your sub is a great feature for making sure you get the full movie house experience while enjoying DVDs.
The rear inputs allow easy connection with all types of receivers or other audio components. The adjustable phase control and crossover help you tailor the sound to integrate with the rest of your system.
The PSB HD10 measures a mere 12" wide, 12" deep, and 12" high, enabling it to fit almost anywhere in your room.
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