Extron Introduces SF 10C SUB Soundfield In-Ceiling Subwoofer

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Anaheim, California (August 2, 2018) - Extron is pleased to introduce the SF 10C SUB, an in-ceiling subwoofer that complements the Extron range of ceiling and pendant speakers by extending the low frequency response to support music and high performance audio applications. A novel suspended-by-wire mounting design completely isolates the subwoofer from the ceiling grid. A 10-inch driver within a 4th order bandpass, plenum-rated enclosure, delivers powerful, room-filling bass.

"The SF 10C SUB is a unique solution to the problems associated with an in-ceiling subwoofer, " says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "Offering powerful low frequency performance that enhances ceiling speaker systems, the new subwoofer employs an innovative design that allows the subwoofer to be mounted in the plenum space while avoiding transfer of low end energy to the ceiling grid structure."

Featuring a 10" driver with 800 watts of continuous program power handling capability, the SF 10C SUB, with its 4th order bandpass design and rigid composite enclosure, works with ceiling speakers to dramatically improve the system bass response, extending the low frequency range down to 25 Hz. The UL 2043 rating allows discreet placement in the plenum space, where the suspended-by-wire mounting design completely isolates the subwoofer from the ceiling grid.

For more information about the SF 10C SUB, click here.



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