At the Rocky Mountain Audiophile Show THIEL introduced the new THIEL USS, completely unique subwoofer in the marketplace. The USS is claimed to deliver unprecedented finesse, musicality, clarity, and realism. The USS features a new amplifier that delivers more power and headroom than the SS1. The USS also incorporates the patented THIEL Thermal Compression Circuitry that used to only be available on larger THIEL subs as well as THIEL’s patented circuitry to eliminate room interactions. The USS boasts a lower noise floor than prior models. The THIEL subwoofers incorporate an ultra-low distortion proprietary THIEL driver featuring motor structure innovations that THIEL has employed on past woofer designs.|
THIEL subwoofers integrate perfectly with THIEL main loudspeakers thanks to the PX05 crossover.
Pricing and availably will soon be announced.
For more information visit www.thielaudio.com
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