S6 Premium Powered Subwoofer
Premium small amplified powered subwoofer: It can be mounted anywhere in the car and is made of durable aluminum alloy. In order to achieve the best possible bass response, the enclosure was specifically created for the subwoofer. Your factory sound can be improved easily and inexpensively because you don’t need to add a separate amplifier because one is already present. Strong bass contained in a thin, curved form. A powerful 8-inch, 160-watt subwoofer and a 50-watt, 2-channel amplifier are housed in a tough, machined textured alloy slim profile design. Unlike a conventional subwoofer box, this compact amplified subwoofer may mount to the sides of your trunk or fit simply behind your seats.
It is a fantastic option for small, cramped vehicles that don’t actually require a complete competition sound system. You can install it quickly and easily, and it provides more than enough bass to make your music seem authentic. A low pass crossover and subsonic filter are included in the built-in amplifier, and it also features a gain adjustment control that lets you change the input sensitivity from 0.4 volts to 8 volts.
160 watts maximum power output, 100 watts RMS subwoofer power amplifier, 50 watts per channel per satellite speaker, thermal, overload, and speaker short protection, soft turn-on circuit, remote turn-on/turn-off circuit, variable input gain control, variable low pass crossover, variable subsonic filter, remote subwoofer level control, and measurements of 13-1/8 inches by 9-1/8 inches by 2-1/4 inches.
Products with electrical plugs are made with American consumers in mind. Because outlets and voltage vary from country to country, this device might need an adapter or converter to be used where you are travelling. Before buying, kindly verify compatibility.
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Settings for the subwoofer
Before using the subwoofer, adjust the crossover.
Switch on the power and adjust the subwoofer volume to taste.
If a phase control is provided, adjust it.
Modify the stereo audio equalizer slightly to achieve the desired sound.
Generally speaking, the Low-Pass Filter should be set at a value that is roughly equivalent to (or below) 70% of the lowest frequency response of your main speaker. The frequency response of your speaker, for instance, drops to 43Hz. You should adjust the low pass filter on the subwoofer to 30Hz because 70 percent of 43Hz is 30.1.
Either incorrect settings or faulty receivers are the two main causes of subwoofer problems. By checking and altering the settings of the subwoofer as well as your audio system, you may resolve the issue of a lack of bass or other sound effects that reduce the quality of sound.
To determine whether your sub has blown, test the sound at a low volume.
You have a partially blown subwoofer if the sound is distorted and a fully blown subwoofer if there is no sound at all. Before jumping to conclusions, check the cable if the subwoofer is receiving its signal through one.
Simply adhere to these easy procedures for fantastic bass:
• Take the distortion out.
• Open the low-pass filter and flatten the signal.
• Change the low-pass filter and subwoofer gain.
• The subsonic filter and bass enhancement can be adjusted.
• Sync the receiver volume and subwoofer volume.
A powered subwoofer doesn’t require an external amplifier because it already has one built in that provides power. Its power source will probably be connected to the wall.
You can connect the receiver’s speaker output if the subwoofer’s structure features spring clips for speaker cable. The process is the same as connecting a standard stereo speaker. Connect the subwoofer to the receiver’s network like the speaker if the subwoofer comes with a single set of spring clips.
Using a magnetic coil to produce cone vibration in the driver, the subwoofer amplifies the electricity and turns it to sound. Low frequency sound waves are generated by this vibration and are propagated through the atmosphere.
Distortion is one of the typical signs of weak speakers and subwoofers. Turning up the volume will cause the audio to clip if the subwoofer isn’t receiving enough power. Your signal will appear to be being pushed excessively.
If there is no signal after a certain amount of time, the subwoofer may include an energy-saving mode that turns the amplifier off. To prevent the subwoofer from shutting off on its own in this situation, put the Power Save switch to the OFF position.
It seems like you are losing voltage and your car needs a bigger alternator. The amplifier enters and exits protection mode frequently. Whenever the bass kicks in, do your lights dim? The small blue light on top of my amplifier used to go out when I turned it up pretty loud, but as I’ve already mentioned, it now does so at a considerably lower volume.
A powered subwoofer’s phase control lets the operator give the incoming signal electrical delay. From 0 to 180 degrees, the phase control can be used. Sometimes adding delay to the subwoofer signal might improve the subwoofer’s ability to blend in with the room’s loudspeakers.
Subwoofers are often positioned in the front of the room, facing the space. Many rooms are best positioned at the front so that your subwoofer and front channel speakers sound in unison. Even if it turns out that’s not the ideal place for you, it’s still a good place to start.
Yes, as long as your subwoofer includes an auto standby mode, you can leave it on constantly. Subwoofers that are in standby use less power and last longer.
The “load” an amplifier will detect at its output is represented by the impedance (measured in ohms) of a subwoofer. Depending on the impedance of the load, an amplifier will output a varied amount of power (watts RMS).
A subwoofer may have speaker outputs for several reasons. These ports most likely function as “pass through” connections that employ the built-in crossover in the sub to properly distribute the transmission of the audio signal, especially if there are input connection choices as well.
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