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October 8, 2008
Velodyne Introduces Impact Series Subwoofers


   

Velodyne Acoustics, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of powered subwoofers for home-theater and consumer audio, introduces the Impact Series subwoofers, an affordable line of high-output, low distortion subwoofers with attractive styling and black gloss trim. The Impact-Mini, Impact-10 and Impact-12 make up the Impact Series.

The Impact-Mini uses a 6.5” forward firing driver and 8” down-firing passive radiator and features a 300W dynamic power, 180W RMS power amplifier. The dish-shaped aluminum cones limit standing waves, minimize distortion and maximize bass output. With 10” x 10” x 12’ dimensions, this tiny cabinet can easily be concealed in any room.

The Impact-10 and Impact-12 each feature a down-firing port to maximize bass performance and output, and minimize distortion. The Impact-10 features a 250W dynamic, 150W RMS amplifier and the Impact-12 features a 275W dynamic, 165W RMS amplifier.

All three models include MDP amplifiers with more dynamic headroom for high impact, 2” copper-wound voice coils and an adjustable, high quality crossover system to perfectly match the subwoofer with the main speakers in the room.

The Impact Series is available immediately and has a suggested retail price of $549 for the Impact-Mini, $399 for the Impact-10 and $499 for the Impact-12.






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