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[NAMM] PMC Twotwo Sub2

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Studio subwoofer from Pmc belonging to the TwoTwo series

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PMC will introduce at NAMM 2015 the second active subwoofer in the Twotwo series, the Sub2.

Just like the Sub1, the Twotwo Sub2 is a powered subwoofer designed to reinforce the low-end in home studios and near field monitoring situations.

Its long-throw LF speaker is made of carbon fiber and Nomex in sandwich setup (no information about its dimension) and its Class D amp provides 400W of power.

PMC announces a frequency response of 20 – 200 Hz and a DSP allows for managing the low-end and filtering.

The Twotwo Sub2 features a digital AES input with sample rate converter (32 to 192kHz). This input goes thru the analog and digital outputs, so the sub can be used as a pure converter. You’ll also find a pair of stereo analog XLR inputs. Changing sources is made via a switch located on the rear of the enclosure or the optional RC1 remote control. Last, the rear panel also includes a single parametric EQ.

No information about the availability and pricing of this new subwoofer, you can read the announcement at pmc-speakers.com.

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