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The S 5022 Bass Reflex Passive Subwoofer from RCF is a vented, high output, compact subwoofer system capable of handling up to 2400W of peak performance and putting out up to 133 dB SPL. It features dual 12” woofers with a 2.5” voice coil designed for minimal power compression. The subwoofer has an input power rating of 300W (AES) at 8 Ohms, and features a 4-pin Euroblock input connector.
Extending the frequency response of this subwoofer system to below 40 Hz, it is capable of providing output levels normally associated with considerably larger enclosures. A system suited to background music playback in applications ranging from clubs, bars, and cafes, right through to theaters and AV presentations. It is well-suited in multi-media applications.
2 x 12" woofers, 2.5" voice-coil
133 dB maximum SPL (Sound Pressure Level)
System power rating 600W RMS
M20 standard pole mount in top section of cabinet
Recessed Euroblock input/output connectors
Rectangular box enclosure with protective metal grille
Integrated hands carry points
Conference rooms, performance arts spaces, theatres and auditoriums, background and foreground business music, small scale PA, houses of worship, theme parks and leisure venues, gymnasiums and small/medium sports arenas, portable corporate AV, bars, pubs, and nightclubs