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X12 Dual Powered Subwoofer

M&K Sound



As dedicated audiophiles with a passion for the art and science of high quality audio reproduction, the M&K Sound team strives towards the elusive goal of effortless realism. One of the many secrets behind their success in this endeavor is the fact that M&K were the first in the world to acknowledge the true importance of extended, accurate, forceful bass as embodied in the all-new X Series subwoofers.

Almost anyone can throw bass in your face, but only the M&K Sound X Series delivers bass in its place, optimally integrated in the overall sonic texture for an engaging, seamless, natural listening experience.
Having invented the subwoofer four decades ago, M&K Sound is uniquely qualified to present a new generation of superb low-end reproduction systems, capable of astounding, detailed low-end impact and authority.

Amplifier Power: 400 Watts RMS / 700 Watts Peak
Frequency Response: 20 – 200 Hz +/- 3 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion: < 0.5%, 400 Watts, 4 Ohm
AC Power Consumption: 0.5W standby, 60W average, 500W max
AC Line Voltage: 240 VAC 50/60 Hz 5A
LFE Input: L/R Line level RCA & L/R XLR balanced
LFE Passthrough Output: L/R Line level RCA & L/R XLR balanced
Switchable Lowpass Filters: Fixed 80 Hz / Variable / No lowpass
Phase: 0-180 degrees, continuously variable
Switchable LFE: Optional THX or MK EQ mode
Dimensions WxHxD: 44 x 66 x 46 cm / 17.3 x 26 x 18.1 Inch
Weight: 36 kg / 79.3 lbs

"The overall balance of the S300 monitors, S300T surrounds, and X12 sub had me glued to my seat" - Home Theater Review

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Our in-house team can service those in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and the Sunshine Coast. Give us a call to get an obligation-free quote today!

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