TruAudio has revealed its new yellow SubTerrain Subwoofer based loosely on a song made popular by the Beatles.
The SubTerrain will be demonstrated in a unique underground display at the TruAudio booth (#500) at CEDIA EXPO in Denver.
“The very definition of underground subs is… they’re underground. In other words, once they go in the earth you don’t see much of them anymore. So, we figured that afforded us a little creative license. One thing led to another and now you have the yellow SubTerrain,” said Bryan Garner, president of TruAudio.
According to the company, most underground subwoofers push sound straight up their port tube only to hit a u-shaped cap that directs it straight down to the ground. The SubTerrain was designed with a bell-shaped port tube at both ends to allow maximum air flow. Maximizing the air flow maximizes the bass volume produced by the SubTerrain’s 10-inch injected polypropylene driver.
The SubTerrain was also topped with a specially-designed soft curve cap. Thus the bass sound is evenly dispersed over a wider area rather than directed into the ground.
See the yellow SubTerrain in its underground display at the TruAudio booth (#500) at CEDIA.