SubSeries 300 Subwoofer
12-inch Driver Powered with 300 Watts
PSB Speakers SubSeries 300 Subwoofer is the first in a new line of subwoofer designs to be powered by NAD Electronics sophisticated, high efficiency amplifier. The SubSeries 300 also features trickle-down technology from PSB's award-winning SubSeries 500 flagship, including the company's exclusive "smart bass" limiting circuitry. As a result, the SubSeries 300 offers a winning combination of power, high impact bass, and musicality.
All speakers play an important role in your home theatre system but the performance of your subwoofer can greatly affect the overall performance of your system. Think of a subwoofer as a vital component to your system, adding excitement to your music or theatre experience and understanding that not all subwoofers are created equal. With our audiophile heritage here at PSB Speakers, our engineers place a particular emphasis on the overall musicality of our subwoofers. Distinct attention is given to their ability to seamlessly match our high quality speakers under the most demanding music and film score passages. Equally important is the subwoofer's ability to sustain powerful lower frequencies for extended periods of time. PSB Speakers offers a full range of subwoofers to meet the needs of our discerning customers.
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- SubSeries 300 English Owner\'s Guide
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Tom - Rochester NY USA
First of all, I'm not a "bass head" -- I do like bass in music, but as a natural, realistic blending of the frequencies actually output by the performers, not where the bass steals the show. I ...