Sonance drops deep with slimline compact subwoofers

posted on Wednesday, 16th October 2019 by Steve May

Subwoofers  home cinema  Multi-room  Hi-fi 

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Sonance has expanded its range of sound system options for commercial and residential projects with the super-slim Pro Series 100V subwoofer and a compact active subwoofer cube. Distribution is through Habitech.

The Pro Series PS-S210SUBT bandpass subwoofer features an extremely shallow design which allows it to be deployed in a variety of specialised applications. Typical installations could see the device placed under furniture, on walls or mounted to the sides of rafters.

Boasting a slimline polyurethane-coated, laminated-plywood enclosure, the PS-S210SUBT measures 228 x 350mm, and accommodates twin 10-inch low profile, high excursion drivers. A choice front or side cabinet port locations offers additional installation versatility.

Able to drop to 44Hz at a maximum free-air SPL of 121dB, it’s designed to compliment Sonance Pro Series Pendant, In-Ceiling and On-Wall speakers.

The model features Sonance Laminated Core Technology Transformer (SLCT), to deliver a full-fidelity performance in either 70V or 100V mode, which when combined with a built-in low pass filter, allows it to be driven on the same feed as the other full-range loudspeakers in a system, avoiding the need for additional amplifier channels and DSP.

Joining it in the range is the Sonance S10-i active sub. Intended for smaller home theatre applications, this compact entry-level cube can add high output bass dynamics to satellite systems in dedicated or media room spaces.

Mounted to a textured black finish cabinet, and measuring just 300 x 310 x 320mm, it sports a 10-inch ultra-long throw woofer is driven by a low-distortion 275W (550W peak) amplifier.

The S10-i offers dual line-level inputs as well as volume, crossover, and variable phase controls. For more news about Habitech’s product portfolio and services, visit our resource page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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