Park City, Utah – SoundTube Entertainment, the leading manufacturer of high-performance commercial sound systems, introduced a new powered subwoofer, the SM1001p, at the 2009 InfoComm show. A perfect complement to SoundTubeâ€™s new 31-EZ 3â€? speakers as well as the companyâ€™s other extensive product lines, the SM1001p encompasses a 10â€? woofer and 10â€? passive radiator in a trapezoidal enclosure that can be floor-mounted, corner-mounted or wall-mounted. Built-in fly points are provided for suspended installation.
The SM1001p has an internal 200 watt power supply (UL and CE approved), XLR balanced input, high level 70V input and selectable full range / high pass outputs.
â€œThis subwoofer blends in nicely to an installation and provides considerable punch to the audio system,â€? said Duke Ducoff, SoundTube Director of Sales. â€œIt is ideal for clubs, gyms, schools, hotels, restaurants, bars, or any other application needing full-range sound with great bass response.â€?
SoundTube Entertainment, based in Park City, Utah, develops, manufactures and markets RSi open-ceiling, CMi in-ceiling, SMi surface-mount, XT outdoor, HPi high-power and FP sound-focusing speaker models. SoundTube products are installed in many of the worldâ€™s best-known commercial operations. All SoundTube products come with a five-year limited warranty. www.soundtube.com
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