Dynaudio Debuts On-Wall Subwoofer

Danish loudspeaker company Dynaudio today debuted the Sub RCC (Reaction Cancelling Configuration) custom-installation subwoofer. The discreet subwoofer is designed to offer additional low-frequency extension to any audio system while facilitating high-performance 2.1 or surround setups without the issues commonly associated with many in-wall subs. It achieves extreme bass performance within a compact form factor, which can be installed in walls, ceilings or even floors — with no back-box necessary. The RCC topology uses two sets of opposed drivers working together to eliminate unwanted vibration transmission, leaving only the desirable acoustic energy behind. Featuring one-piece construction, the Sub RCC is easy to ship and retrofit because there is no cumbersome back-box to add to its size or the expense of transport.

Weirdly unique features include:

  • Mounts on the wall surface or into a standard 2×4 stud-bay before or after construction
  • Passive subwoofer design with no complex crossovers
  • It’s a one-piece extruded aluminum enclosure design
  • Frequency response (+/- 3dB): 16Hz – 160Hz

Amplification is provided by AudioControl and the RS 500 DSP-controlled unit is matched and tuned out of the box for the Sub RCC with Dynaudio EQs and limiters. Installers can also tweak the unit’s graphic EQ if needed.

You can see it here.

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