ALTO Professional Release New 2000w Subs... TS3S Series
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There are times when even the best sound systems need additional low-frequency output and “punch.” For those situations,Alto Professional proudly offers the TS312/315/318S family of powered subwoofers. These subwoofers extend the bassresponse of virtually any full-range speaker, relieving that speaker of the difficult task of having to reproduce the low bassfrequencies. This creates a system with stunning wide-range response characterised by dramatic, impactful low frequenciesand effortless, undistorted mids and highs. The listening audience will hear everything with perfect clarity, from the lowestbass synth tones to the highest percussion bells and everything in between.
Strong, clear output is only half the battle, however. In order for a subwoofer to be part of an ideal speaker system, it has to blend seamlessly with the companion speaker. This is where the Alto Professional TS300-series subwoofers truly excel like none other. These subwoofers have a choice of six selectable DSP output modes, so the subwoofer’s frequency response and crossover frequency are perfectly-matched to the speaker it’s being used with. Four of these six output options match the subwoofer perfectly with Alto TS2 and TS3 full-range speakers, while the other two output options (Hi-Pass or Bypass mode) ensure a perfect match even with non-Alto full-range speakers.
All three subwoofer models feature a rugged, long-excursion woofer mounted in a solidly-braced ported enclosure, computer-optimised for powerful low-frequency performance. The enclosures themselves are made from a dense wood composite.This strong, resonant-free material has virtually perfect acoustic characteristics, which ensures that the subwoofers’ output is always clear and impactful. Conventional enclosures with flex-prone thin metal or plastic walls actually rob the speaker of acoustic impact by dissipating the driver’s energy as cabinet vibration. A sturdy, braced wood composite enclosure doesn’t waste the driver’s motion as cabinet resonance.