Lake Barrington, IL (July 8, 2009)–The IDS12-I subwoofer system from Bag End Loudspeakers has been designed to offer extended-range, low-frequency sound from a compact enclosure. The IDS12-I features a built-in Dual Integrator, and reportedly provides flat response down to 18 Hz.
In addition, the subwoofer’s 12-inch INFRA core is said to enable the IDS12-I to “maintain tightly packed bass,” aligned with the upper range signal to produce a musical connection with the main loudspeakers. The subwoofer is self-contained, featuring a built-in 220-watt amplifier, and offers a balanced female XLR input connection.
The IDS12-I is targeted for background and foreground music system applications, including film and video presentations. Bag End also offers optional fly-point mounting for the IDS12-I. It is housed in a compact, 13-ply, birch plywood enclosure measuring 15 inches high x 18 inches wide x 15 inches deep, and is fronted with a 16-gauge, vinyl-coated, perforated steel grille (an optional cloth grille is also available). Enclosures are available in a range of colors or unfinished and ready for staining.