This subwoofer has two band pass chambers where each chamber is equipped with a 10” dual coil woofer. Together with the push-pull technology this results in a relative small cabinet with a huge output and very low distortion. Thanks to the small size of the woofers, less mass has to be moved. The bass reproduction is a lot more “punchy” and “faster” compared to 15” or 18” cabinets. The SUB2400 has been compared with a single 15” and 18” subwoofers and the results were astonishing in favour of the SUB2400!
SUB2400 can be driven in 4 ohms or 16 ohms mode. Selection is done by the big switch at the back of the subwoofer. Especially with long cable runs, the 16 ohms mode is advised. Less power is lost and the bass response will be a lot better. The 16 ohms mode also allows you to use multiple cabinets.
|height||700 mm||width||352 mm|
|depth||450 mm||loudspeaker system||dual coil|
|woofer size||2 x 10 inch||woofer cone material||paper|
|impedance (ohms)||4 or 16||low impedance dynamic power||600 watts|
|low impedance RMS power||300 watts||SPL 1W/1m||99 dB|
|max SPL 1m||133 dB||frequency response||45 - 150 Hz|
|main construction material||plywood||IP rating||20|
|closest RAL colour (subject to deviations)||RAL9003 (W) / RAL9011 (BL)||Net weight product (kg)||29,20|