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Studio Subwoofers

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    KRK S10.4 10" Powered Studio Subwoofer
    Your Price $421.52
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    ADAM Audio T10S 10" Powered Studio Subwoofer (Each)
    Your Price $387.19
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    ADAM Audio Sub8 8" Powered Studio Subwoofer (Each)
    Your Price $950.39
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    PreSonus Eris Sub8 Front-Firing 8" Studio Subwoofer
    Your Price $175.96
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    Mackie MRS10 10" Powered Studio Subwoofer (Each)
    Your Price $387.19
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    KRK S12.4 12" Powered Studio Subwoofer
    Your Price $671.20
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    ADAM Audio Sub10 Mk2 10" Powered Studio Subwoofer (Each)
    Your Price $1,439.99
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When you're working in your studio you need to ensure you are getting the most authentic sound possible for your recordings. That's why a studio subwoofer is essential. Designed to bring the deepest bass, these subwoofers add depth and accuracy when you're building and mixing tracks. Bass isn't just about volume, so finding one that accommodates all your needs in-studio is a must when you want to create a professional atmosphere. With a variety of subwoofers to choose from, each offering something slightly different, there are number of things you should consider before making your decision.

The first place you'll want to start is with the wattage. The watts of your subwoofer translate directly to the power and clarity of the sound. The higher the wattage, the clearer it will output your recordings without distortion as you turn up the volume. This is especially important when you're in a larger studio and want to fill the entire room with sound. The next thing you'll want to look at is the size of the subwoofer driver and enclosure. If you're looking specifically at larger drivers for the highest bass quality, they'll usually mean a deeper mounting position as well as a bigger enclosure, meaning a bigger cabinet overall.

For the enclosure, bigger doesn't always mean louder though, it just means more space to accommodate the driver and the amp. Typically, for a big room you are going to want a larger subwoofer. Finding the right balance for your sound needs and space will help you get the most out of your setup. If you're building a professional studio, a high-quality subwoofer will give it that world-class appeal to recording artists. Made for performance, quality and unparalleled sound, if you don't have a subwoofer already, you'll be blown away by the difference they make.

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