Adam Professional Audio Sub10 MK2 - 200W 10" Active Subwoofer

Adam Professional Audio Sub10 MK2 - 200W 10" Active Subwoofer

Adam Professional Audio Sub10 MK2 - 200W 10" Active Subwoofer

B&H # ADSUB10MK2 MFR # SUB10 MK2
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Product Highlights

  • 10" Coated Paper Woofer
  • Down-Firing Bass Port
  • Amplifier: 300W Peak
  • Frequency Range: 25 to 150 Hz
  • Maximum SPL: 113 dB
  • XLR and RCA Inputs
  • Phase Switch + Linkwitz-Riley Filters
  • Level and Crossover Controls
  • Auto Power On/Off
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The Sub10 MK2 from Adam Audio is an ideal choice to fill out the low end of any stereo or 5.1 surround monitoring system. It has a 10-inch cone and is powered by a 200W RMS (300W peak) amplifier. It offers both XLR and RCA I/O connectors for integration with just about any system. The bandwidth of the Sub10 MK2 and the connected speakers may be adjusted separately, allowing it to be used with many different satellites.

Crossovers are made as musical as possible thanks to variable fourth-order Linkwitz-Riley filters. The incoming signal can be phased from zero to 180 degrees for a great degree of flexibility in placement of the subwoofer. Rear-panel gain and filter adjustment controls are provided. A down-firing bass reflex tube avoids breathing noise. Multiple units may be chained together if desired. The Adam Audio Sub10 MK2 ships with a power cord and four protective rubber foot plugs.

Excellent low-end companion to any sound system
Full XLR and RCA I/Os
Cool-running 200W RMS (300W peak) amp uses pulse width modulation (PWM) to provide greater than 80% overall efficiency
Down-firing bass reflex tube reduces breathing noise
Multiple units may be chained
Bandwidth of the subwoofer and connected speakers may be adjusted separately
Variable fourth-order Linkwitz-Riley filters for musical crossovers
Incoming signal can be phased between 0 and 180 degrees, allowing a high degree of placement flexibility
Gain and filter controls on rear panel
In the Box
Adam Professional Audio Sub10 MK2 - 200W 10" Active Subwoofer
  • 4 x Protection Rubber Foot Plugs
  • Power Cord
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty, Extended to 5-Years with Registration
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    Adam Professional Audio Sub10 specs

    Driver 10" (260 mm) Coated Paper
    Amplifier 200 W RMS
    300 W Peak
    Crossover 50 - 150 Hz
    Frequency Range 25 Hz - Var., 50-150 Hz
    Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) 113 dB or Greater @ 1 meter
    Connectors 2 x XLR female inputs
    2 x RCA inputs
    3 x XLR male outputs
    2 x RCA outputs
    Input Impedance 10 kOhms
    Controls and Indicators 1 x Level Control knob (rear)
    1 x Filter Control knob (rear)
    1 x Mode button (rear)
    1 x Phase button (rear)
    1 x Satellite Filter button (rear)
    1 x On/Off button (front)
    1 x green On LED (front)
    1 x red Standby-Protect LED (front)
    Shielded No
    Dimensions (HxWxD) 21.6 x 11.8 x 15.7" (549 x 300 x 399 mm)
    Weight 46 lb (21 kg)
    Packaging Infodaeevedseswtdbcrcqcwsaub
    Package Weight 51.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 27.0 x 22.0 x 17.0"

    Adam Professional Audio Sub10 reviews

    Sub10 MK2 - 200W 10" Active Subwoofer is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome We use the sub in our post production studio's 5.1 setup. The speaker is clean and precise. Perfect compliment to the A8's. it was well worth the 6 month wait to get it.
    Date published: 2013-01-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adam Sub10 MKII Review (Great Product) I bought a pair of Adam A7Xs last year to upgrade my old (made in the USA) Mackie HR824s. �I did a lot of research before buying them and I don't think there was anything close in terms of performance in their price range (you'd have to spend a lot more to get some Genelecs or Focals or, presumably, more expensive Adams). �At the time of the purchase I didn't have the funds for the sub and wasn't sure I needed one but I was very happy with A7Xs in my studio as my listening tests indicated. �Then I had an opportunity to buy a used KRK 10S and that convinced me that, yes, you do need a sub even if you're not doing rap, pop or LFE for film. �There is a lot of content below ~80Hz where even high quality satellites begin to roll off, especially with high bass content material. �I went on to set up a new studio last year. �It was a real challenge to get an acceptable frequency response and an acoustician recommended I ditch the KRK for a higher quality sub so this year I bought the Sub10 MKII. �Like the A7Xs, the product is just awesome. �The controls allows for a wide range of tunability and by tweaking the controls and placement I was able to significantly improve my room's frequency response (this was based on listening tests and room measurement and analysis software (RoomEQ Wizard)). �Now the graphs and my ears tell me a have relatively flat response to 30Hz, almost a full 45Hz lower than just with the satellites (technically the roll off started at 76Hz w/o and 32Hz with and is also much more gradual with the sub). �My room is very small so I don't have perfect frequency response which is a huge physics challenge but I'm at +/- 6dB from the calibration level of 85dB (THX recommended listening level) across the spectrum. �The other cool thing about the Sub10 MKII is that the frequency response is consistent when you increase and decrease the volume so it seems very well matched to the A7Xs. �This definitely wasn't the case with the KRK. �I'm not bagging on the KRK. �It is a fine product at its price point, but the Sub10 costs four times as much so obviously its going to be better. My Adam 2.1 system volume can go WAY higher than is comfortable so headroom is not a problem, at least not in my small room. The Adam legs and isolation feet help decouple it from the floor but I still have an Auralex SubDude (which is ok but I recommend the IsoAcoustics and plan to upgrade). The only thing I don't like about the Sub10 MKII is that it doesn't have a bypass switch to toggle it on/off so you can just hear the satellites full frequency without the sub. �I hope they add this feature to future models. �Meanwhile, my system sounds sweet, has great measurements and I feel I can mix on this for years without needing to upgrade.
    Date published: 2018-01-15
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