New York (August 28, 2009)–Biema has introduced the V218, a new high-performance subwoofer.
According to the company, the V218 utilizes advance construction techniques for superior sound pressure and quality. The subs are engineered to work vertically or horizontally, and can be used to supplement Biema’s self-powered line array LAVA. They’re also designed for permanent and portable installation, with rear castor options available.
The V218 has reportedly been designed with a high-performance LF woofer and long-excursion components; the advanced contruction technique used to create the loudspeaker includes internal bracing. The direct radiating, loaded sub-bass loudspeaker incorporates dual 18″ low frequency woofers, tuned in an effort to achieve optimum low frequency response. The enclosure, inished in a textured black paint, includes recessed handles and rubber feet, while the grille includes foam backed, powder coated, perforated steel. The input and output are Type NL-4 wired in parallel using pins 1+/-.
The systems frequency response runs from 35Hz to 300Hz. The loudspeaker is said to produce a sound pressure level of 108dB, capable of producing a peak of 138dB. The components handle 1200watts of amplifier power and a peak of 2400