ENERGY S10.2 POWERED SUBWOOFER

$225.00
Posted over a month ago
Owen Sound, ON N4K5N4(View Map)

Description

ENERGY S10.2 POWERED SUBWOOFER

THIS SPEAKER IS IN EXCELLENT LIKE NEW CONDITION

LIMITED USAGE

OWNERS MANUAL INCLUDED

ASKING $225 OBO

Description Model: S10.2 powered subwoofer

Dimensions: 15.75"H x 15.75"W x 17.3"D Weight: 33.3 pounds

Features •10" injection-molded polypropylene woofer with rubber surround and 1.5" voice coil •150W (RMS), 600W (peak) MOSFET amplifier •Dual 2"-diameter flared front vents •Audio/Video EQ •Variable low-pass filter (50Hz to 100Hz) •RCA and speaker-level inputs •Front-mounted controls •Black-ash vinyl finish

Introducing the Energy S10.2

The Energy S10.2 is a fairly compact subwoofer finished in a black-ash laminate. It contains an amplifier rated for 150W nominal and 600W peak output. The driver is a forward-firing 10" polypropylene cone woofer with a massive 28-ounce magnet and 1.5" voice coil for high power handling. On its lower front face, two large, flared 2" vents dominate, making this subwoofer’s appearance far from ordinary. Another uncommon but welcome feature is the front-mounted control panel. The controls situated on this panel include subwoofer volume level, an A/V EQ (equalizer) switch, and a low-pass filter control, continuously variable from 50Hz to 100Hz. When switched to "V" (for Video), the A/V EQ boosts low frequencies to give more punch to DVD movie soundtracks. The low-pass filter controls the upper frequency at which the subwoofer rolls off. Energy should be applauded for putting the controls in such a convenient location.

Although the on/off switch is on the back, when you leave it in the "On" position the S10.2 automatically turns on when a signal is detected -- a blue-colored LED between the front vents lights up -- and turns off after a time period when no signal is present. Also around back are two mono line-level inputs -- one labeled Input and the other labeled X-Over. The Input connection is used when your receiver or preamplifier does not have its own crossover to restrict high-frequency signals from reaching the subwoofer (somewhat of a rarity today in most A/V receivers) or when you want to fine-tune your subwoofer volume level. The X-Over input can be used with most A/V receivers whose LFE outputs are attenuated above 100Hz (or less), which is the case with most A/V receivers these days.

There are speaker connections around back, both inputs and outputs, for connecting the S10.2 with your main speakers. This configuration works well if you have a stereo-only setup, or want to set up your main speakers in your home-theater receiver to "Large." You should experiment with the various settings to see what works best in your system, and the S10.2 gives you all the connections to try these options. Energy went the extra step of providing good-quality five-way binding posts, which will accept banana plugs, spade lugs, or bare wire if you so choose.

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