Posted Thu Apr 14, 2016 at 12:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
A new subwoofer model is now available for purchase.
Pioneer has announced details for their latest home audio product. The SW-10 Powered Subwoofer is designed to create deep and powerful room filling bass.
The SW-10 is a powered subwoofer with a 10 inch long throw down firing driver encased in a vented and stylish enclosure to improve transient response. The unit features a dedicated BASH high voltage amplifier delivering 200 Watts RMS of pure power. Frequency range is rated for 30 Hz – 150 Hz with a maximum output power of 400W at its peak. In addition, the subwoofer includes controls for phase and crossover adjustment. Finally, the SW-10 uses a wide rubber surround rather than a more cost effective foam surround, allowing for superior excursion of the cone and a greater bass response in a smaller cabinet. Likewise, rubber won't degrade like foam over time, letting the bass driver remain consistent for a longer period.
Pioneer's SW-10 Powered Subwoofer is now available for a suggested list price of $349. The subwoofer joins the company's previously released award winning lineup of speakers, including the SP-FS52 Floor-standing Loudspeaker (currently $127), SP-BS22-LR Bookshelf Loudspeakers (pair, currently $127), SP-C22 Center-Channel Speaker (currently $97), and the SW-8MK2 Powered Sub (currently $157). Likewise, the company also offers the SP-T22A-LR Add-on Atmos Speakers (pair, currently $199) and the SP-BS22A-LR Dolby Atmos Bookshelf Speakers (pair, currently $210).
Beyond the new subwoofer, Pioneer also recently launched the LX301 ($700) & LX101 ($500) Elite Network Receivers. Both receivers are 7.2 channel models with 4K HDCP 2.2 compliant playback, integrated Dolby Atmos support, and future DTS:X support via an upcoming firmware upgrade.
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