Sub­woo­ferr Re­view

Pasmag (Canada) - - Test Report -

that end the S6512 is equipped with a pro­gres­sive type spi­der that not only al­lows for lots of travel but it also low­ers dis­tor­tion at high power lev­els, keep­ing your bass clean and pure.

The patented sur­round is made from San­to­prene, which can be eas­ily molded to spe­cific shapes. A com­bi­na­tion of stitch­ing and ad­he­sive solidly con­nects it to the cone ma­te­rial.

The woofer's square polypropy­lene cone is vac­uum formed into a par­a­bolic shape, and it's driven by a pair of two-inch cop­per voice coils, wound on a black an­odized alu­minum former. Elec­tri­cal power is de­liv­ered to the voice coils through flat tin­sel leads that are in­te­grated into the spi­der. Con­nec­tions to the am­pli­fier are chrome plated and spring-loaded ter­mi­nals that will ac­cept up to 10-gauge wire. Mag­netic en­ergy comes from an 88 ounce ce­ramic mag­net, cov­ered with a nice rub­ber boot. Thanks to the non-vented pole piece, the woofer can be mounted in shal­lower en­clo­sures as well.

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