In-wall Subwoofer

by Mike

In-wall SubwooferSubwoofers are key to any home theatre. You can’t even call your entertainment setup a home theater unless it’s got a subwoofer. Some people just don’t have the room, or think they’re too big. Subwoofers do give that extra oomph which makes watching 24 oh so much better.

The RCC 600 is a very cool device, it’s a in wall subwoofer. That’s right, no free standing little tube, it’s all built into the wall. The RCC 600 utilizes state of the art technology to eliminate vibration and sound distortion. You’re not sacrificing quality, either. Your RCC 600 delivers the same sound and bass performance as a regular 12 inch subwoofer.

The RCC 600 is designed by Cary Christie, supposedly a world class speaker designer. I’ll take their word for it.

Controls for the device are built into the front panel. You can optimize your subwoofer for movies, music, or power gain.

The RC 600 measures 23.5 inches high and 9.5 inches wide. When shipped, the unit is white, but you can easily paint over the exterior to blend with your house.

All this state of the art technology and sweetness comes at a price, besides the fact that you need to cut a hole in your wall to install it, the price tag is $2,000. Still, if you want to add a subwoofer to your home theater setup, but need or want a small form factor, the RC 600 is a good, albeit expensive, choice. Find your RC 600 at Artison dealers across the US.

[via gizmag]

One review or comment

Meh Says: July 20, 2007 at 8:15 pm

I bet it cant match my 1500 watt sub… That thing has actually made DVD’s ‘skip’ inside the drive, had to move it away from the player! =D

Its a really cool idea, and well enough for most, but it still doesn’t match the higher qualities…

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