Ideal for generating the tight, visceral bass that is so critical to the home theater experience, the YSTSW315PN 10" Powered Subwoofer in Piano Black from Yamaha will complement any system configuration. In conjunction with smaller, bookshelf-type speakers, the YST-SW315PN extends the system resources for true full-range frequency response.
With your other Yamaha Home Theater speakers, this subwoofer helps shoulder the burden of reproducing low-frequency information. Port-tuned and slot loaded, it utilizes a long-throw 10" woofer and a powerful built-in amplifier for room shaking bass that still has a tight response. Standard features include high and low level inputs, variable level and frequency controls, phase control and auto on/off sensing
- 10" Down Firing Driver with QD-Bass technology
- QD-Bass (Quatre Dispersion Bass) utilizes down firing driver surrounded by square, pyramid shaped plates which negate sound wave resonance and reflection between the floor and the unit while diffusing the sound effectively in 4 directions.
- Built-in 250W YST Amplifier
- Advanced Active Servo Technology created by Yamaha ensures strong and accurate bass by utilizing negative feedback in the amp coupled with a Heimholtz resonator in the speaker
- Continuous Variable High Cut Filter
- User adjustable variable high-cut filter will set the highest frequency the subwoofer will reproduce. With settings from 50-150Hz, the filter can match the output to the other speakers in the system as well as the room's acoustics
- Signal Sensing On/Off
- For efficiency, the YST-SW315PN automatically turns on when it senses an audio signal. After several minutes of idling, the unit automatically shuts down.
- BASS Selector
- BASS (Bass Action Selector Switch) is Yamaha's technology that allows the user to custom tailor the sub's output for music or video with one touch convenience
- Phase Switch
- Phase switch can be utilized to phase the YST-SW215PN with other speakers in your system
- Volume Control
- Overall volume of system can be matched from the subwoofer's rotary volume control