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Sonos intros Sub wireless subwoofer

05/22, 5:56pm

Subwoofer interacts wireless system

Sonos has introduced the Sub, a wireless subwoofer designed to work alongside the company's amplified systems with wireless support. The resin cabinet integrates a pair of acoustic ports and speaker cones, each facing inward in a configuration that is claimed to eliminate buzz or rattle, while dual Class D amplifiers provides the power.

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Review: Orb Audio home theater speaker system [U]

11/19, 3:45am

Tiny speakers claim to rival larger competitors

(Update: fixed link) Home theater enthusiasts for many years have drawn a close association between speaker size and sound quality, however many companies, such as Orb Audio, have worked to prove that big does not always mean better. Electronista took the opportunity to try out Orb's modular speaker system, which features an eight-inch standalone subwoofer and an array of seemingly tiny drivers contained in four-inch spheres. In our full review, we will determine if the Orb system is worthy of its premium price tag.

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Bose kicks out upscale CineMate, Lifestyle sound bars

09/26, 5:30pm

High-end sound bar commands $2500

Bose has introduced its first sound bars for home theaters, the CineMate 1 SR and Lifestyle 135. Both offerings maintain the company's focus on the high-end market, featuring compact speaker arrays built into a single sound-bar that can be placed in front of a television. The sound bars are paired with a wireless subwoofer to handle low frequencies.

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Procella Audio debuts Italian long-throw 15-inch subwoofer

07/19, 12:45am

Max output of 127dB at 50Hz; dual 350 watt drivers

A Swedish audio firm, Procella, has turned to an Italian manufacturer to create their latest subwoofer aimed at large home cinemas, commercial cinemas and larger rooms (up to 3,000 cubic feet), the re-designed P15. The active subwoofer features dual 15-inch drivers individually powered by 350-watt amplifiers and 28bit/56 bit ADI Sigma DSP controls, for a frequency response well below 20Hz and a maximum output of 127 decibels at 50Hz.

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Twelve South releases BassJump USB subwoofer for MacBooks

11/23, 11:45pm

Sub blends with MacBook speakers, reaches 50Hz

Twelve South has launched a new subwoofer for Mac notebooks, the BassJump. The sub is USB-powered and comes with software that allows the sub to blend with a MacBook's built-in speakers, beefing up the midrange and low frequencies to improve the overall sound. The sub supports gaming sound effects and any other sound-based activities such as Internet radio and streaming video.

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