EVE's range of Subwoofers uses only high quality components so you can be assured that when you buy a TS112 (ThunderStorm) subwoofer from EVE Audio you will be getting a first grade product that deliv... Read More
EVE's range of Subwoofers uses only high quality components so you can be assured that when you buy a TS112 (ThunderStorm) subwoofer from EVE Audio you will be getting a first grade product that delivers precise control over the bass frequencies, coupled with very low port noise distortion. Your system will sound as a whole, not just a sum of parts. All subwoofers feature the powerful accurate and low distortion sound reproduction that is the hallmark of all EVE Audio studio monitors.
Every ThunderStorm subwoofer has detailed controls like switchable satellite filters (full range and 80Hz), phase switch controls (0, 180). and variable subwoofer filter frequencies (60....140Hz) to let you tailor and adjust your ThunderStorm to your specific room.
The TS112 is EVE's largest, "no-compromise" subwoofer. The highly efficient PWM amp is capable of 400 W of short-term output power. The powerful amp, coupled with a large proprietary 12" woofer will guarantee you a clean frequency response down to 21 Hz and up to 300 Hz, for a maximum output power of 112 dB (SPL @ 1m). Warning: don't let your neighbors see you unloading this subwoofer into your house!
The included remote control will let you adjust not only the subwoofer's volume but also the complete stereo system's volume while sitting comfortably in your sweet spot. All in all, the ThunderStorm subwoofers will make any system sound better and more complete. As with every other EVE Audio subwoofer, you get balanced XLR In- and Outputs (Stereo In and Out, LFE In, LFE/Sub Out) for greater convenience.
The particularity of EVE's extremely powerful and accurate subwoofer resides in the passive radiator used that replaces the common bass reflex tube. With this design, all audible noise due to air turbulences disappear completely.
Unwanted disturbing pipe resonances (at lambda/2 and multiples) are eliminated, which are unavoidable when applying the principle of a two-sided pipe opening (bass reflex port). The suspension of the passive radiator has a restoring force underneath its tuning frequency and reduces inaudible excursions in the subsonic range. This in turn results in reduced intermodulation distortion in the working range.
The passive radiator allows a particularly low tuning or lower cut-off frequency in a very compact cabinet.