Flyable high power subwoofer
- 30 Hz LF limit
- Extends K1 or K2 LF resources for special extended modes (throw and contour)
- Yields exceptional tonal balance homogeneity for long throw
- Increased K1 or K2 systems coherence reducing need for stacked subwoofers
- Progressive vents for increased SPL, laminar airflow and minimal turbulence noise
- High power handling, low distortion and thermal power compression
Omni / Cardio Subwoofer
Laminar VentingAll current L-Acoustics loudspeaker enclosures with low-range capacities feature laminar vents which provide high SPL while eliminating turbulence noise. This technology was implemented for the first time in 2007 in the SB28 subwoofer, and has been included in K1, K1-SB, K2, SB15m, SB18(i/m), and the X Series.
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L-Acoustics subwoofers complement systems in applications where extended bandwidth is required. All subs incorporate high excursion drivers, ultra-low vibration walls and laminar airflow L-Vents with a flared profile, resulting in dramatic reduction of port noise, maximized dynamics and power handling and an exceptional level of performance.
L-Acoustics subwoofers can be deployed in diverse modes, making them versatile enough to address any rental or fixed installation application. Engineers and sound designers can choose from standard or cardioid configurations, creating a variety of symmetric and asymmetric directivity patterns adapted to each specific design.
The Subwoofer range includes:
|SB15P||Dedicated to the P Series|
|SB15m||Dedicated to the X Series and flyable with Kiva|
|SB18 (i/m)||Companion to the X Series, flyable with ARCS WiFo and Kara(i)|
|K1-SB||Flyable with K2 and K1 for low frequency contour or throw reinforcement|
“I am impressed by the power of the 32 L-Acoustics SB28 subwoofers driven by LA8. We have used the SB28 in cardioid configuration during the Radiohead tour and the results are impressive.”
Sherif El Barbari, System Engineer