- Delivers full 7-channel surround sound from single sleek enclosure
- Innovative patent-pending drivers
- Works with any surround sound receiver
- 125-watt SB-900 subwoofer is the perfect companion
- FS-7.0 Gloss Black finish
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||(2) 4 x 6” (102 x 153mm) dual voice coil
||8” (203mm) long-throw|
||(3) 1” (25mm) soft dome
||(3) 3 1/4" (83mm) triple voice coil
||75Hz – 20kHz ±3dB
||55-200Hz, variable; or bypass setting|
||103dB SPL into 2000 cubic feet|
|Recommended Amplifier Power/Amplifier Power-THD
||10 – 140 Watts RMS
||125 RMS @<.5% THD|
|Dimensions w/ grilles (W x H x D)
||40 x 4 3/4 x 5 1/4"
1016 x 121 x 134mm
|11 x 13 x 13"*|
280 x 330 x 330mm
* Add 1 3/4" (45mm) H for feet; add 1 1/2" (38mm) D for grille and knobs.
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The FS-7.0 is the world's first 3-, 5-, or 7-channel soundbar. It's innovative design uses all drivers--including the side-mounted surrounds--whether you connect 3, 5 or 7 channels. Here's how: the side-mounted surrounds are patent-pending triple voice-coil drivers. One voice coil handles the side surround ("5.1") information, a second voice coil handles the back surround ("7.1") information. The third voice coil is wired in series with the corresponding front Left or Right channel and it plays that front channel information. Since this side-mounted surround driver is angled back to fire off the side wall, it imparts an extra sense of spaciousness, without resorting to electronic gimmickry. The result is an immersive, enveloping sound field that doesn not restrict the listener to one "special" seat, the way conventional soundbars do.
The SB-900 delivers solid, muscular bass from such a compact enclosure that it's difficult to believe that those powerful bass sounds could emanate from such a small box!The key to the SB-900's performance is its rugged, long-excursion 8" driver. One look at the big surround will tell you that this is no ordinary 8" woofer. The oversize heatsink on the amplifier's rear panel is testimony to its high-current, high-power capability. Actually, the SB-900 can be considered the "Clark Kent" of subwoofers: it may be rather plain-looking on the outside, but we put the 'goods' into it on the inside. One listen to this diminutive powerhouse, and you'll know.