CYPRESS, CA – Clarion has introduced an all-new line of subwoofers for 2013, including an entry level model, a shallow-mount model and an amplified subwoofer.
The new subwoofers are available in two series. The WG Series is the entry level series designed to deliver rich, pumping bass on a tight budget and features a 10 inch and a 12-inch dual and a single voice coil subwoofer. The WF series includes two 10-inch dual and a single 4-ohm voice coil system featuring a unique shallow-mount design for flexible installation.
Also new for 2013, is Clarion’s SRV250 low-profile amplified subwoofer. The new line allows enthusiasts to easily put together their favorite combination based on price, performance, or available space.
“Clarion’s subwoofers are designed specifically to provide a balanced sound, maintain its original characteristics, and deliver audio with a sophisticated punch,” stated Allen H. Gharapetian, Vice President of Marketing for Clarion Corporation of America. “The new line takes that proposition further by offering versatile, installation-friendly designs, great styling, best-in-class performance, while keeping in mind tight spending budgets.”
The affordable WG series features the WG3020D dual 4-ohm and the WG3020 single 4-ohm voice coil 12-inch subwoofer offering 1,000 watts of maximum and300 watts of continuous power. The WG2520D dual 4-ohm and WG2520 single 4-ohm 10-inch subwoofer offer the same power handling ratings as the WG3020.
The more sophisticated WF2520D dual 4-ohm and WF2520 single 4-ohm voice coil 10-inch subwoofers feature a slim profile that makes them ideal for shallow-mounting depths as tight as 3-inches while still delivering 1000 watts of maximum power. Both the WG and WF series benefit from a custom stamped steel powder coated basket, aluminized composite dust cap and nitrile butadiene rubber high excursion surround.
Clarion’s low-profile SRV250 amplified subwoofer features a 6 ¾-inch AMI-PP cone, a dual 4-ohm voice coil and delivers 150 watts of maximum power. This MOS-FET power amplifier with rigid aluminum die-cast enclosure delivers rich, powerful bass response with low distortion. The adjustable gain control, selectable phase shift adjustment, built-in variable low-pass filter with wired remote control, and RCA/Speaker level inputs make this a very flexible system.
Clarion’s WG subwoofers will ship in the first quarter of 2013 with prices starting at $109.99. The WF series will ship in the second quarter starting at $159.99. The slim-profile SRV250 ships in the first quarter at $349.99.
For more information, visit www.clarion.com.