Boundary Loaded Bass-reflex Slot Port Design
The slot port is positioned on the bottom edge of the bass-reflex enclosure which maximizes the subwoofer system output SPL by boundary loading the combined output of the slot port and the subwoofer diaphragms. Powerful, deep and accurate bass response capable of reproducing a wide range of music genres such as hip hop, rock, pop, and country. Powerful Amplified Subwoofer
Built with high bandwidth, high output and low distortion 1,200W Max. (600W Nom.) Power Class D amplifier mated to high sensitivity woofers specifically optimized for use in small, sealed enclosures. Flexible sound adjustment
User adjustable controls include a LPF, phase control and variable bass boost (0 to +12 dB, 40Hz to 100Hz) providing enhanced control. To expand system flexibility and user control, input gain can be adjusted using the included wired remote bass control knob or via the input gain control mounted on the enclosure side panel.
- 3,000W Max. 1,000W Nom. Power (Sub)
- 1,200W Max. 600W Nom. Power (Amp)
- Variable Bass Boost (0 to +12 dB, 40Hz to 100Hz)
- Dual Voice Coil
- Dimensions: 29-3/8" x 18-1/8" x 15-3/4"
- Remote Control Included
||20 Hz to 2.9 kHz
|Continuous Power handling (RMS) - Watts
|Maximum Peak Power Handling - Watts
||Fully Covered Steel Mesh Grille
|Bass Boost Frequency
||40Hz to 100Hz
|Bass Boost Level
||0 to +12 dB
|Built In Amp
|Amp Max Power Output
|Input Level (@ Gain Max) RCA
||100 mV+100 mV/22 kOhm
|Input Level (@ Gain Max) Speaker Line
||2 V+2 V/5 kOhm
||Dc 14.4 V
|Amp Max Current Consumption
|Center Cap Material
|Voice Coil Type
|Voice Coil Bobbin
|Voice Coil wire
Pioneer TS-WX1220AH - Dual 12 inch subwoofer - System Overview
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