Passive Subwoofers

Passive Subwoofers connect to an amplifier to deliver a deep bass register to any music played through it. Every single one of our passive subwoofers have a carpeted casing which helps dampen the sound output for better low-end clarity and together with the metal front grilles, will protect your inner speaker drivers from harm.

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  1. Max MAX18SUB 18" Passive Subwoofer
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    Max MAX18SUB 18" Passive Subwoofer
    • Large 18" Passive Subwoofer with 1600w MAX power rating
    • Choice of inputs on the rear including 2 x 6.35mm Jacks or bare wire cable terminals
    • Capable of proudcing deep bass with a frequency response of 30 - 300Hz
    • Integrated top hat mount on the top for using a 35mm pole to mount your full range speaker
    • Protective corners to avoid knocks and bangs as well as handles built in the sides for easy transportation
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  2. Vonyx 18" Passive Subwoofer
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    Vonyx 18" Passive Subwoofer
    • 500W Max Power, 1000W Peak Power
    • Powerful 18-inch large magnet woofer with built-in low pass filter
    • 250W RMS / 500W Max power handlng for excellent sub bass response
    • Wood and carpet cabinet gives deep resonance-free bass reproduction
    • Professional connections include NL4 speakon, 1/4" (6.35mm) jack socket and gold plated 4mm binding post
    • Frequency response of 20Hz - 300Hz with max SPL of 119dB
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  3. MAX12SUB 12" Passive Subwoofer
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    MAX12SUB 12" Passive Subwoofer
    • 400W RMS Power/800W Max Power
    • A compact 12 inch, 800W max power subwoofer with a fantastic clarity of bass frequencies
    • Tough carpet covering and protective grill for added protection to the cabinet and driver
    • Protected corners and recessed handles make this lightweight unit road-ready and easily transportable
    • Connected to the amplifier via either the 6.3mm jack connections or the clip terminals on the rear of the speaker
    • Perfect subwoofer for a variety of applications, ranging from small DJ venues, to home use within a Hi-Fi setup or used in a gaming setup
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  4. Skytec 15" Subwoofer with Low Pass Filter
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    Skytec 15" Subwoofer with Low Pass Filter
    • Large 15 inch woofer
    • Built-in low pass filter
    • Metal handles and corners
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A Passive Subwoofer is a speaker that can help to boost bass signals within your music simply by connection to a powered sub or a compatible amplifier. Passive speakers will occasionally need a crossover to limit signals running through your chain of speakers, a crossover will ensure only low-end frequencies hit the sub so that bass-heavy music will have way more clarity leaving far more space for your tweeters to deal with the high-end. This way, a passive subwoofer will enhance your overall sound output greatly.

Passive subwoofers while mainly used in large venue audio installations, have the capability to widen the scope of your mix, offering a new level of deepness to the final master audio you require. For reference, think of your passive sub as an outside bar or orangery. Your home runs just fine without these things but spending a little extra will give you a lot more room to manoeuvre and decide how this extra space is utilised, relate this to sound design and realise just how important a passive subwoofer can be.

Passive subwoofers help to achieve a stunning balance between your musics low and high frequencies, this is mostly a genre sensitive personal preference and will take a small degree of individual knowledge to refine the sound and integrate it smoothly in to / out of your mixing console. If any of the above subwoofer based terminology has confused you in any way, or are looking for particular subwoofer advice, at ElectroMarket, we have a team of product experts ready to help out or assist you in finding the perfect Active Sub for you - simply give us a call.