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Sunfire True Subwoofer MK II just serviced

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SKU: SunfireTrueSubwooferMKII
Sunfire True Subwoofer MKII just recapped
Sunfire Background
Bob Carver, the man behind the success of Phase Linear and Carver Corporation is the mastermind behind this subwoofer-that-could. The son of an engineer and concert pianist, Bob Carver was predestined to become one of the major pioneers of the high end audio industry. He introduced the legendary solid-state Phase Linear 700 amplifier in the mid-seventies, one of the first truly high powered consumer amplifiers.

Sunfire Corporation was founded in 1994, Carver's third company, and once again he is breaking new ground. The first product off the blocks was the Sunfire amplifier, which followed in the Carver tradition of big power. The distinctive technical aspect of the Sunfire amplifier is its tracking down converter, or tracking power supply, which monitors the signal, and supplies the necessary power to the output devices as demanded by the signal. According to Carver this design allows the amplifier to deliver more power and current, efficiently.

Incorporating the tracking down converter, the Sunfire True Subwoofer has the distinction of being the smallest, most powerful subwoofer in the market today.

Sunfire True Subwoofer Design
The Sunfire True Subwoofer is housed in an 11" cube, powered by a built-in 2,700 watt amplifier with two 8" drivers on either side of the enclosure. It is rated flat down to 18 Hz, reproducing ultra low bass frequencies at 110 dB SPL.

To have deep bass and lot's of it, you must move a tremendous amount of air. Air movement is measured in cubic inches. The more cubic inches of air that is displaced the more bass you can produce. For wall rattling and floor shaking bass you need to displace at least 135 inches of air. Sunfire's push-pull design allows the Sunfire True Subwoofer to displace 251 cubic inches of air! For comparison, your average fifteen inch woofer only displaces 66 cubic inches of air. The dual driver design also cancels the internal forces of such a powerful amp, preventing it from hopping around the room.

If you want all the details on how the Sunfire True Subwoofer achieves what seems to be the impossible at first glance, take a look at their white paper which can be found at http://www.sunfire.com.

The Sunfire crossover is variable from 40 Hz to 120 Hz with a slope of 36 dB per octave. There is an input level control with continuously adjustable phase and a passive 70 Hz, 6 dB per octave hi-pass line level output for satellite loudspeakers. The input coupling is optical and accepts standard and high level inputs.

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$639.00
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    Sunfire True Subwoofer MK II, recapped 8/2017
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