When Sunfire says small and powerful, they are not kidding. The company has unveiled a new subwoofer for the home theaterfan that is small and claimed to be the most powerful sub in its class. The little sub enclosure has a 6.5" woofer that is paired with an asymmetrical cardioid surround allowing 1.5" of excursion.
The special design claims to allow the 6.5" sub to outperform many 10" and 12" models. The real story for me is that the sub has a gigantic 1400W amp inside! 1400w in a footprint under 10-inches is just insane.
I bet this thing puts out enough bass to crush gallstones. The Atmos will ship in Q2 2011 on a limited basis and the company is mum on pricing. I would bet this is one of those subs that has a price tag as large as its power rating.
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