San Antonio — The Progressive Retailers Organization was at the Westin La Cantera Hill Coun
Girard, Ohio — Subwoofer supplier SVS launched its first full-range speaker, a pair of tower speakers in the Ultra series.
SVS sells online, direct to the end user and via select retailers. Pricing for the SVS Ultra Towers are $1,998/pair.
The 3.5-way tower feature a trapezoid-shaped cabinet whose non-parallel walls reduce standing waves inside the cabinet, effectively eliminating frequency-response colorations, the company said. The wedge-shaped front baffle and flush-mounted drivers are said to reduce edge diffraction and improve on-axis high-frequency response.
Pickering, Ontario – PSB Speakers has introduced a new Low-priced powered subwoofer, the SubSeries 125.
The subwoofer delivers more power output and consumes less energy than its predecessor, enabling it to deliver lower, louder, and “more musically natural” bass, the company said.
The $449-suggested SubSeries 125 is shipping with output of 125 watts continuous, 160 watts dynamic, and 320 watts peak dynamic power in an enclosure that is 9.63 inches by 14.13 inches 15.63 inches.
Chicago – Maxxsonics is redesigning most of its Hifonics subwoofer lineup with the February shipment of five models that deliver greater power handling and deeper bass than their predecessors.
The dual-voice-coil, 4-ohm products, which will be displayed at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas during CES, consist of the $169-suggested 12-inch Brutus, $139 12-inch Atlas, two Hercules models at $109 and $99, and the $79 Zeus. Maximum power handling ranges from 600 to 1,200 watts.
Mt. Olympus woofers remain in the line for competition-level enthusiasts.
Tempe, Ariz. – Lightning Audio has begun shipping 10 new car subwoofers in three new series to provide enough sizes and power-handling capacities for almost any installation, the company said.
Prices on the 10- and 12-inch subwoofers range from $89 to $219 each.
The subs will surface at the International CES exhibit of parent Rockford, at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas from Jan. 8-10.