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If you're looking to enhance the bass in your stereo system, the MTX SW2 Powered Subwoofer represents pure sophistication in quality subwoofers. Its enclosure is designed with special low noise vents that minimize excessive noise, 12" high-density woofer cone, Class A/B 100W RMS amplification, well-braced enclosures, and a wide range of frequencies with superb sound quality and low distortion. It features a high-pass subsonic filter, line level and high level inputs, rear panel level control, phase switching, and an 18 dB/octave low-pass crossover. Its stylish design will complement the newest flat-screen Plasma and LCD TVs in your home theater set-up.
Powerful Class A/B Digital Amplifier
A powerful Class A/B 100W amplifier makes this subwoofer an ideal choice for the most demanding of situations. It is capable of reproducing a high power output, while reducing the amount of heat generated in the amplifier's circuitry.
High Quality Woofer Assembly
This woofer uses an overhung voice coil and large excursion suspension to produce higher sound pressure levels (SPL) with lower distortion, the end result is clear, well defined bass tones that will enhance the overall sound value of any soundtrack.
With a frequency response of 35 Hz - 160 Hz, this subwoofer offers a full range of low-frequencies with the capability of reproducing a very tight bass-response throughout your home theater.
Phase Control Switch
The Phase switch determines whether the subwoofer speaker's piston-like action moves in and out with the main speakers. Proper phase adjustment depends on several variables such as room size, subwoofer placement and listener position. Adjust the phase switch to maximize bass output at the listening position.
Low Noise Enclosure Design
The enclosure is designed to match the parameters of its woofer to maximize performance. Special low noise vents are used for less distortion at the bottom of the frequency range.