M-Audio Shipping Studiophile SBX Sub

Dec 18, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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Designed to work with the BX5 active bi-amplified reference monitors and Studiophile BX8s, M-Audio’s Studiophile SBX subwoofer is now shipping.

Custom bass-reflex cabinet design with subfrequency port allows the SBX to produce astounding bass for its size, delivering power and accuracy to low-frequency reproduction. Applications include rounding out a professional-quality surround reference system, multichannel project studios or high-quality home-theater surround sound.

The SBX delivers a frequency response of 30 to 180 Hz. M-Audio’s Stereo Bass-Management System splits the signal at the variable crossover frequency, routing everything below to the sub and everything above to the satellites. The SBX can also be used as a stand-alone subwoofer.

The SBX (156x10.63x12 inches, 36 pounds) uses high-quality components and design principles throughout, including 120-watt dedicated power amplifier, 8-inch low-frequency driver with mineral-filled polypropylene cone, high-temperature-tolerant voice coils and damped rubber surrounds. Rear panel controls are also provided for level, phase, subwoofer crossover frequency (50 to 180 Hz) and satellite crossover frequency (50 to 180 Hz). The SBX accepts both XLR and 1/4-inch TRS balanced/unbalanced inputs, with XLR outputs for both satellites and an additional subwoofer for even more bass. Internal circuitry provides protection against overheating and hard clipping. The unit also features an auto-power mode that automatically turns the power on when a signal is present and then back off after a period of inactivity.

The SBX currently has an MSRP of $499.95. For more information, visit M-Audio online at www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=products.main&ID=bc9c51bba50131ebde66335d989757a4. For more new products, visit mixonline.com/products_new_products/index.htm.






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