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I/C REL Stentor Sub Woofer

Discussion in 'trade sales' started by LesW, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. LesW

    LesW Making electronics make music

    In Rosenut and due in next week.

    Some details:

    Used as supplement to your main speakers and set up properly, the REL Stentor will blend seamlessly with almost any speaker and will improve not only your systems' bass response, but it will improve your system in areas you may not have previously associated with subwoofers!


    Reference class sub-bass system designed for use with very high quality stereo and multi-channel audio systems in larger rooms.

    True 300W (continuous) discrete, direct-coupled MOSFET amplifier
    Downward-firing long-throw 250mm (10”) very heavy duty “Volt” driver, die-cast chassis
    Refined ABC® variable crossover adjustment in 24 musically correct semi-tone increments between 24Hz-106Hz.
    Acoustic Resistive Matrix (ARM) loading for smoother bass response
    Four position mode selector: line/LFE (0 degrees phase and 180 degrees phase)
    Audiophile grade toroidal transformer
    Gas-tight Neutrik high level connection for long-term consistency of sound quality
    High quality, panel-mounted twin phono inputs at 0dB and +12dB (low level)
    High and low level balanced inputs (Neutrik/XLR)
    Totally discrete input circuitry for high and low level inputs
    Separate volume controls for high and low-level adjustment
    Simultaneous connection of high and low level sources
    Set-Safe® audibly transparent driver protection
    Balanced-bridge power supply
    8x ultra-rugged output devices
    Double thickness, double-sided glass-fibre board with plated-through holes
    IEC power input socket - no captive leads for installation flexibility
    Hand-built in Great Britain, three year worldwide warranty


    System Type
    ARM loaded cabinet with ABC® semi-tone variable bass filter. 70 litre.

    Lower Frequency response
    In room -6dB: 11Hz
    Amplifier Input impedance High level 100 kohm

    Gain Control Range
    Low level 10 kohm

    Drive unit impedance
    8 ohm

    Mains input voltage
    115 V 50/60 Hz or 230 V 50/60 Hz, subject to country

    Dimensions WxHxD mm (inches)
    incl. feet and rear panel controls
    650x580x450 (25.61 x 22.85 x17.73)

    Weight Kg (lbs)
    55 (121.25)

    The price will be right I assure you.

    Interested parties should register their interest by PM our through my site:

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    LesW Making electronics make music

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