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MSE Audio’s SoundTube debuts new lossless subwoofer

The pendant 12in. subwoofer works in an open-ceiling or surface-mount and is shipping now

MSE Audio, parent company of SoundTube Entertainment, Soundsphere, dARTS, Phase Technology, Induction Dynamics, SolidDrive and Rockustics, has announced the lossless RS1201i-SuperT subwoofer. 

SoundTube’s RS1201i SuperT, available in black and white, is designed for use in an open-ceiling or can be surface-mounted into the ceiling to produce superior low frequencies to the surrounding listening area. The RS1201i SuperT uses a revolutionary non-traditional 70/100v technology that vastly improves subwoofer performance. Without the losses in sensitivity and low-end frequency response due to typical transformer behavior, the RS1201i SuperT delivers effortless impactful full range bass. The 12in. SuperT is perfect for use in any installation where the music is played louder than typical background music and additional bass is needed such as bars, nightclubs, retail, and hotels with large open ceiling areas. 

Using a 12in. treated fiber cone woofer with a treated cloth surround in a tuned and ported enclosure, it provides an independently verified 32 Hz – 100 Hz ± 10 dB low frequency response. Mounting hardware includes high-quality UL listed cables and integrated SpeedClamp self-locking wire clamp for fast, easy and secure installation. For easy ordering, stocking and installation, the RS1201i includes a two-position tap switch for 70.7-, 100 volt and 4-ohm applications. Accessories include a euroblock connector, hanging hardware, safety cable, and terminal weather boot. An optional surface mount bracket is also available. 

“Our dealers have been asking for a powerful subwoofer in a hanging configuration,” said Ken Hecht, vice president of MSE Audio. “With the new SuperT technology, we can help them create an ambience where listeners are able to feel the music.”

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