Sunfire has launched its budget-friendly Dynamic Series of subwoofers. Tuned for both low frequency Home Theater Effects and powerhouse musical bass lines, these new subwoofers boast up to 600 watts of peak power.
Sunfire’s Dynamic Series
The Sunfire Dynamic Series’ eight-inch, 10-inch, and 12-inch subwoofers feature new digital amplifier delivers from 400 to 600 watts of cool running peak output in the three models, with unprecedented performance at this price point. Each subwoofer features a Sunfire-designed woofer and acrostically matched passive radiator — twice the speakers for twice the bass.
The DS family is also the first in the Sunfire line built around energy efficient Class-D amplification, dynamically adjusting the output of the subwoofer’s power supply to suite the requirements of the incoming audio signal. Add a low-power standby mode with signal-sensing power on/off and you have a solid performer over time, while continuously variable phase, crossover and volume controls mean fast and precise setups. An optional 2.4GHz wireless transmitter and receiver make “no-new-wires” possible, even in challenging environments. Up to four receivers and subwoofers are supported from a single transmitter.
“For the last 15 years, Sunfire’s customers have been obsessed with performance,” said Mark Weisenberg, Sunfire general manager. “Our new Dynamic Series builds on our pedigree of subwoofer excellence and delivers unsurpassed bass-for-the-buck. Now more enthusiasts than ever will be able to enjoy the Sunfire experience in their homes.”
The Sunfire Dynamic Series is available in three sizes, the SDS-8 eight-inch driver, at 32Hz-150Hz, with a peak power of 400W, the SDS-10 10-inch driver, at 30Hz-150Hz, with a peak of 500W and the SDS-12 12-inch driver, at 28 Hz-150Hz, at 600W peak power. The SDS-8 lists for a U.S. MSRP of $350, the SDS-10 for $450, the SDS-12 for $550 and the optional 2.4 GHz wireless kit for $150. The speakers are available for immediate delivery.