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Grotto

Kompakt und genau

Der preisgünstigste servogesteuerte Subwoofer der Welt beweist, dass ein präziser, kompakter Subwoofer das Herz eines Tieres sein kann.

Grotto kombiniert explosive Bassleistung mit servogesteuerter Genauigkeit und Präzision in einem überraschend kompakten Gehäuse zu einem vielleicht noch überraschenderen Preis. Im Kern befinden sich der gleiche hochauflösende 10-Zoll-Aluminium-Kegeltreiber, der in unserem Vorzeige-Descent-Subwoofer verwendet wird, und ein proprietärer Verstärker mit fortschrittlichem Design. Einfach aufzubauen und mit einem attraktiven zeitgemäßen Look zu integrieren, integriert sich Grotto bequem in jeden Raum und jedes System.

Launched in 2003

Price when discontinued:
1.195,00 $

Meinungen von Fachleuten

Auszeichnungen

Technische Daten

Die technischen Daten können ohne vorherige Ankündigung geändert werden

Frequenzantwort

22–150 Hz ± 3 dB; Reflexionsfreier Eingang durch LFE-Effekte

Impedanz

RCA Line Level In: 20.000 Ohm. Kompatibel mit Verstärkern mit 4, 6 oder 8 Ohm.

Niederfrequenzwandler

10 "(25,4 cm) hoher Auslenkung, Aluminiumelement-Tieftöner mit erweiterter Wurfantriebsanordnung, asymmetrisches Kammerformat ohne Resonanz

Verstärker

250 Watt effektiv (350 Watt Spitzenwert)

Audiosteuerung

25Hz Pegelregelung: ± 12dB
Power: Auto / Ein / Standby

Hochpassfilterfrequenz

70 Hz

Tiefpassfilterfrequenz

30, 35, 45, 55, 65, 80 Hz

Eingaben

RCA-Leitungsebene; RCA LFE; Lautsprecherpegel

Gewicht

40 lbs. (18,2 kg)

Maße

15,4 × 15 × 12,9
(39,1 cm × 38,1 cm × 32,8 cm)

Kundenbewertungen auf Grotto

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Jockey4her

  • Donnerstag, 13. Oktober 2011

Grotto in a small office
My bosses stuck me in a stockroom closet and called it an office. The first (the very first) thing I did was install a pair of Quad powered bookshelf speakers, and the Martin Logan Grotto. To be frank, (and I mean this seriously) people really crapped themselves. To demo, I played Grateful Dead 06-05-85 Set II. Jeebus! I turned the cutoff down as low as possible and the filter basically, off, and the boost up. A totally bassy, non-audiophile configuration. But it goosed the heck out of everyone, and now, they let me live alone to live in peace. This box can fill a very large room. The phase correction knob is limited, but, probably enough for most spaces. It is a visceral thump and then some. You wont be dissapointed, except that you can't control it from Windows. :-) I blew the Quad's the first weekend, but not the Grotto. :-) Happiness, C

RocketD

  • Dienstag, 7. Dezember 2010

Musical.
I use a Grotto as a "foundation" to my Aerius i's and it sounds great. It only struggles with the most demanding of bass at very high volume levels. Generally speaking though, it's hard to fault musically.... It's fast, accurate and involving. Nice small footprint too.

RocketD

  • Dienstag, 7. Dezember 2010

Musical.
I use a Grotto as a "foundation" to my Aerius i's and it sounds great. It only struggles with the most demanding of bass at very high volume levels. Generally speaking though, it's hard to fault musically.... It's fast, accurate and involving. Nice small footprint too.

RocketD

  • Dienstag, 7. Dezember 2010

Musical.
I use a Grotto as a "foundation" to my Aerius i's and it sounds great. It only struggles with the most demanding of bass at very high volume levels. Generally speaking though, it's hard to fault musically.... It's fast, accurate and involving. Nice small footprint too.