PreSonus Temblor T10 Subwoofer

Jan 24, 2014 2:11 AM

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PreSonus is shipping its new Temblor T10 subwoofer (expected MAP/street price is $399.95). Designed to complement full-range studio reference monitors—including the PreSonus Eris and Sceptre—without overshadowing them, the T10 is intended for serious personal studios and professional music-production environments, offering a tight low end due to fast and accurate transient response and providing user controls not normally available in this price range.

The T10 features a 10-inch glass-composite woofer, driven by 250 watts of Class-A/B power; a front-firing, bass-reflex acoustic port; optimized, resonance-suppressing internal bracing; and internal damping and heat sink. Frequency response ranges from 20 Hz to 130 Hz.

The new subwoofer sports left and right, balanced XLR and ¼-inch TRS and unbalanced RCA main inputs; if both XLR and TRS inputs are connected, the TRS input takes precedence. The T10 has left and right balanced XLR and ¼-inch TRS outputs and an extra subwoofer output for connecting a second T10.

Extensive user controls include input gain (-30 dB to +6 dB, continuously variable) and a continuously variable lowpass filter (50 Hz to 130 Hz) that allows users to create a seamless crossover transition between their full-range studio monitors and subwoofer for a more accurate listening environment. A switchable highpass filter removes frequency content below 80 Hz from the full-range signal sent from the T10 outputs to the main monitors, avoiding destructive cancellation and reinforcement in the T10's upper range.

The T10 also features a momentary footswitch (included) that bypasses the subwoofer, highpass filter, and Sub Out. This allows the audio source signal to pass directly through the Temblor T10 to the full-range studio monitors, enabling you to compare a mix with and without subharmonic frequencies to ensure the mix will sound good on a wide variety of systems.

The T10 also has polarity invert and a ground-lift switch. The 15.75x15.75x 12.6-inch (400x400x320 mm), 39.5-pound enclosure has integrated, gravity-calibrated rubber feet for stable placement.

For more information, visit www.presonus.com/products/Temblor-T10.






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