Jamo Adds Quartet Of Subwoofers To Line-Up
As reported by TWICE, Jamo has added the J 10 SUB, J 12 SUB, J 110 SUB, and J 112 SUB models to its catalogue.
Jamo, which is owned by the Klipsch Group, has posted details of the new models on its website.
Jamo’s J 10 and J 12 models are rated at 150/300 W peak and 200/400 W peak, respectively.
The J 10 features a 10″ (the J 12 a 12″) front-firing, aluminised polyfiber woofer, which Jamo states “provides exceptionally low frequency response with minimal distortion”.
“The all-digital amplifier delivers clean, high-efficient power and accuracy in reproduction,” Jamo states of the two models.
Both the J 10 and J 12 are housed in MDF cabinets with a sleek wood grain vinyl, which Jamo states matches its Studio line, with the subwoofers “seamlessly integrated into any decor”.
The J 110 and J 112, intended for use with high-performance loudspeaker systems, offer “high-performance with stylish aesthetics by utilising modern materials and core technologies”.
The J 110 is rated at 200/450 W peak and the J 112 300/600 W peak, delivering “higher sound-pressure levels at lower distortion, resulting in maximum musical fidelity and reproduction of details”.
The J 110 and J 112 respectively feature a 10″ and 12″ long-throw injection molded graphite woofer with hard conical cone technology for “exceptionally low frequency response with minimal distortion”, and are housed in MDF cabinets with a high-gloss polymer veneer finish.
The J 10 and J 12 feature line-level RCA inputs, and the J 110 and J 112 line-level/LFE RCA, WA-2 port (wireless) inputs.
All four models feature low-pass crossover and phase control, allowing users to blend low-frequency tones and establish the preferred level of bass.