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Dynaudio Acoustics Introduces New Active Subwoofer With Bass Management

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Thursday November 30, 2006
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The new BM 14S active subwoofer from Dynaudio Acoustics was designed to deliver detailed and powerful bass reproduction in stereo or multi-channel monitoring setups. BM 14S is equipped with an LFE output for daisy-chaining several subwoofers, and a high-pass filter which provides bass management in a 2.1 system. BM 14S handles the heavy power-consuming low frequencies, which improves the performance and precision of the satellites.

Delivering 300 watts of power and a frequency response of 18 Hz-250 Hz, the new Dynaudio Acoustics subwoofer is a high-quality performer that matches even the most demanding studios. The BM 14S 12" woofer is housed in a closed compact cabinet which secures an extremely precise low frequency reproduction.

BM 14S is designed to compliment Dynaudio Acoustics BM and M Series monitors, but will work well with any stereo or multi-channel set-up. The new subwoofer will ship in May 2006 at EUR 1795 retail ex. VAT.

www.dynaudioacoustics.com

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