Emotiva Audio 300 Watts 12-Inch Subwoofer black (Sub 12)
- A 12-inch heavy-duty low-frequency driver, with a 2” copper voice Coil on a solid aluminum former, an Injection molded mineral Filled polypropylene Cone and a large rubber Roll surround.
- High efficiency 300 watt RMS audiophile quality class D amplifier
- Frequency response: 25 Hz to 200 Hz (+ 0/ - 3 dB) ; Tuned cabinet with slot-loaded rear port
- crossover, phase, and level controls for precise matching to any room and system.
- 17.25” high x 16.75” wide x 18.25” Deep; weight 48.5 pounds; detachable Sculpted grill.
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The Emotiva BASX S12 is the ideal way to add the critical last few octaves of authoritative bass response to any audiophile stereo system or surround sound home theater system. The BASX S12 combines the raw power and clean low bass to make today's power-packed action movies sound their best with the finesse and Speed to render well-recorded music in superb detail. The BASX S12 Features a heavy precisely tuned acoustically inert hdf cabinet, internally braced to prevent the slightest hint of vibration, and covered with a tough attractive black vinyl finish. The powerful 300 watt RMS class D amplifier and heavy-duty low-frequency driver in the BASX S12 deliver a frequency response that extends cleanly all the way down to 25 Hz, and the volume, crossover frequency, and phase controls allow you to tailor its response to match perfectly with any combination of room and speakers. The BASX S12 delivers superb performance and world-class sound quality. Three-year warranty.
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Anyways, I'm not concerned about this issue because I have a dedicated Dolby Atmos theater room with two 12" subwoofers and 11 in-wall Polk Speakers.
I turned on some Tiesto, and with the sub volume at 75% and my overall volume at 75%, my entire apartment started to shake. I can't believe the output that this subwoofer puts out - it's incredible! Not only is the power and output so great, but it goes LOW. A lot of subs will have that oomph, but won't go super super deep - this one has the oomph AND goes really deep.
I live in a small 1 bedroom condo, but I am very sure that even in a bigger room, this sub will suffice for all my needs. I've heard great things about this brand - a lot of members on the AVS Forums page recommended it, so I went with their opinion (and I'm glad I did). Cnet rated this subwoofer very highly too, so that helped ease my concerns about this brand (I'm new to the home theater world and don't know all the best brands).
In the end, I highly recommend this sub!!
I recommend this if you want quality sub at decent price and don't want to chase upgrades for the rest of your life.
Initially I ran into phasing issues at the overlapping frequencies between the monitors and the sub, and no amount of fiddling with the phase knob would completely solve it. Luckily the Focals have a built-in high pass filter, which I set to 90 Hz, and then I set the sub crossover to 90 Hz as well. That did the trick and achieved seamless integration.
If I have to nitpick, I heard some port chuffing while playing a continuous 30 Hz tone, and during a very bass-heavy scene from Godzilla (2014), but otherwise the port was never a problem.