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Dynaudio 18S Dual 9.5 Powered Studio Subwoofer

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209,900.00 188,000.00

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Dynaudio’s 18S is a serious, pro-grade subwoofer that gets you tightly down to 16Hz. You’ll feel the crush of a well-recorded kick drum. The full weight of a 5-string bass. You’ll also be able to identify any low-frequency mud that needs to be cleaned up. To properly record frequencies this low, you’ve got to be able to hear them. Adding the 18S to your monitoring setup opens up a new world of performance that lets you record, mix, and master with meticulous accuracy — and deliver tracks that translate perfectly to the world beyond your studio. Employing dual-opposing 9.5″ long-throw MSP+ Hybrid Drive units and 500 watts of Class D amplification, the 18S features intelligent DSP that seamlessly tailors its performance to popular Dynaudio high-end monitors, for true full-range monitoring that will help you make better recordings.

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DYNAUDIO

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Product Feature's

  • Onboard 500-watt Class D amplifier
  • Preset speaker crossover filters
  • Dual-opposing driver design principle
  • Two 9.5″ MSP+ Hybrid Drive long-throw woofers for accurate low-frequency reproduction
  • Flexible time- and phase-aligned integration into any studio setup
  • Frequency response: 16Hz—230Hz ±3dB
  • Advanced DSP with updatable presets for a range of Dynaudio pro studio monitors
  • Built-in 3-band parametric EQ
  • Master/Slave feature for daisy-chaining multiple subs
  • I/O connectors: balanced XLR, unbalanced RCA
  • Auto On/Off for energy conservation