Extensive Musicality and High-Powered Bass Impact
PSB's SubSeries 200 is an energy efficient subwoofer powered by a custom-designed NAD amplifier in a small-scale design. In addition to PSB's 'smart bass' limiting circuitry, the SubSeries 200 offers extensive musicality and high-powered bass impact.
The deceivingly compact design and trim cabinet provide equivalent SubSeries power in a small, highly developed package. The 'green' and powerful NAD 'Class D' discrete MOSFET amplifier uses less energy to produce more power reducing standby power to an industry low. Capable of 200 watts of continuous power and dynamic peaks of 560 watts, this is one potent sub!
The SubSeries 200 is a bass reflex design with 2-5/8" down-firing port. The 10" woven fiberglass cone driver has a rubber surround, 1.5" voice coil, and 35 oz. magnet. It has a variable 50 - 150 Hz crossover and a low pass filter.
All speakers play an important role in your home theater system but the performance of your subwoofer can greatly affect the overall performance of your system. Think of a subwoofer as a vital component to your system, adding excitement to your music or theater experience and understanding that not all subwoofers are created equal.
PSB places a particular emphasis on the overall musicality of its subwoofers. Distinct attention is given to their ability to seamlessly match the company's high quality speakers under the most demanding music and film score passages. Equally important is the subwoofer's ability to sustain powerful lower frequencies for extended periods of time.
Front panel controls include Volume and Crossover controls and a phase switch. There is also a LED power indicator. The rear panel has LFE Output and LFE Input, Left/Right Low Level Input from Preamp, Left/Right Low Level Output to Amp, Left/Right High Level Input from Receiver, IEC Power receptacle, ad an On/Off Power Switch.
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|Good home theatre,a low fair audio sys rating|
This sub needs to be used with a another sub in an home audiosys I was surprised at such a lean bass representation by itself. The musical clarity was there as advertised but not the low end & some of that clarity can be lossed by using amp/preamp tone controls.Luckily I have my Kiplish sub to hear the bass without much tone control interference.Cmon psb,with a 200w nad amp you can do better the tower2s prove you know how to build great speakers at a fair price,not a fair speaker at a great price.
|- Chris S, CA|