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EAW Upgrades Subwoofer

EAW recently launched the SB2001 subwoofer, an enhanced version of the SB1001, now with a 21-inch cone driver. The new model features improved output capacity and low frequency extension, with 17-percent larger voice coils, 59-percent greater Xmax, and more than double the volume of air displaced, in just a slightly larger form factor.

EAW recently launched the SB2001 subwoofer, an enhanced version of the SB1001, now with a 21-inch cone driver. The new model features improved output capacity and low frequency extension, with 17-percent larger voice coils, 59-percent greater Xmax, and more than double the volume of air displaced, in just a slightly larger form factor.

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"The pro audio market has seen a recent return of larger format subwoofers–most of which are very expensive and often esoteric, with limited application flexibility," said Nathan Butler, EAW principal engineer, in a statement. "The SB2001 goes lower, gets louder, and moves more air."

According to the company, the driver mounting of the SB2001 maximizes cone area and allows for the integration of an extremely low turbulence port while minimizing frontal area, providing the acoustical performance and physical configuration suited to large subwoofer arrays.

The SB2001 measures 33.5 inches wide by 22.63 inches tall by 45.0 inches deep, and weighs 200 pounds. It's ideal for a variety of applications, including concert touring, arenas, houses of worship, large auditoriums, theaters, and large dance clubs, according to the company.

The EAW SB2001 subwoofer is now shipping.



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