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Grotto

Compacto y preciso

El subwoofer con control servo más asequible del mundo, Grotto, demuestra que un subwoofer compacto y preciso puede tener el corazón de una bestia.

Grotto combina una potencia de bajos explosiva con precisión y precisión servocontrolada en un gabinete sorprendentemente compacto a un precio quizás incluso más sorprendentemente asequible. En su núcleo se encuentra el mismo controlador de cono de aluminio de alta resolución de 10 pulgadas que se utiliza en nuestro subwoofer estrella Descent y un amplificador patentado de diseño avanzado. Fácil de configurar y con un atractivo aspecto contemporáneo, Grotto se integra cómodamente en cualquier habitación y sistema.

Launched in 2003

Price when discontinued:
1.195,00 US$

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Premios

Presupuesto

Las especificaciones están sujetas a cambios sin previo aviso

Respuesta frecuente

22–150 Hz ± 3dB; Entrada de efectos anecoicos a través de LFE.

Impedancia

Nivel de línea RCA en: 20,000 ohmios. Compatible con amplificadores de 4, 6 u 8 ohmios.

Transductor de baja frecuencia

Woofer de elemento alto de aluminio de 10 "(25,4 cm), con unidad de tiro extendido, formato de cámara asimétrica sin resonancia

Amplificador

250 vatios rms (350 vatios pico)

Controles de audio

Control de nivel de 25Hz: ± 12dB
Potencia: Auto / On / Standby

Frecuencia del filtro de paso alto

70 Hz

Frecuencia de filtro de paso bajo

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

Entradas

Nivel de línea RCA; RCA LFE; nivel de altavoz

Peso

40 lbs. (18.2 kg)

Dimensiones

15.4 "× 15" × 12.9 "
(39.1cm × 38.1cm × 32.8cm)

Valoración de los clientes por Grotto

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Jockey4her

  • jueves, 13 de octubre de 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

  • martes, 7 de diciembre de 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

  • martes, 7 de diciembre de 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

  • martes, 7 de diciembre de 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.