The CTSW10 is a passive subwoofer featuring a 10-inch paper drive unit. It is designed to be used with both the CT800 and CT700 ranges. All CT SW subwoofers have a closed-box design that makes them easy to install in cabinetry.
It might seem strange to many listeners that a material like paper could have much to do with a product as solid and powerful as a Custom Theatre subwoofer. Nevertheless, paper plays a vital part in what they're hearing.
In our CT SW10, CT SW12 and CT SW15 subs, the bass driver diaphragms are constructed from a 'nely-tuned mix of paper pulp, Aramid fiber 'bres and resin, which provides the stiffness needed to withstand the tremendous physical forces exerted by the pressures inside the cabinet.
- Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
- Digital amplifier
- Switch mode power supply
- Rotating Arm for cover flow operation
- Flow port
- USB streaming from PC/Mac
- iPod/ iTunes sync
- Remote control
||Long throw paper/Aramid Fibre cone bass driver
Magnetically attached grille
||Closed-box subwoofer system with external rackmount amplifier
||250mm (10 in) Paper/Aramid Fibre cone long-throw
||-6dB at 18Hz and 25/140Hz adjustable (EQ at A)
||3dB 26Hz - 40/140Hz adjustable (EQ at A)
||-6dB at 18Hz (position A)
-6dB at 23Hz (position B)
-6dB at 29Hz (position C)
||Height: 360mm (14.2 in)
Width: 340mm (13.4 in)
Depth: 260mm (10.3 in)
Depth with grille: 290mm (11.4 in)
||14.85kg (32.7 lb)
||Cabinet Black painted
Grille Black cloth
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