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Paradigm Seismic 110 Subwoofer

September 10, 2009 By Dennis Burger



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Paradigm Seismic 110

Paradigm announced today that it's highly anticipated Seismic 110 Subwoofer will be shipping at the end of October. Admit it: The first thing that went through your head when you saw this diminutive little powerhouse was, "Awww, how cute." Right? With its sleek, curvilinear diecast monocoque exterior and its oversized paws tucked neatly underneath, one can’t help but look at this little fellow and wish it had a chin to scratch.

But, as my dad is fond of saying, "Frisk this puppy at the wrong time and you’re liable to draw back a nub." Despite its adorable looks, the Seismic 110 boasts one bodacious bark—and just as big a bite. In addition to its ultra-low-distortion split-coil driver design, the subwoofer also features an 850-watt RMS Ultra-Class-D amplifier, and the 10-inch woofer cone is capable of two full inches of travel, giving it an unbelievably deep voice or such a petite little frame.

Speaking of the frame, this beauty also comes complete with premium automotive-grade, high-gloss finish, meticulously sanded between coats and buffed by hand to achieve the perfect sheen. Price: $1,499 (Newspapers and chew toys not included.)

(905.564.1994, paradigm.com)

 

Comments

Just received my new 110, Ran the PBK and i gotta say, this sub is very full, not only in depth of range but in dimension of room capacity! Cant wait to get the new Sub1 and Sub2 in next!

I just ordered mine too. Haven't got it yet and didn't get the PBK but will post a reply once I've set it up and listened to it for a few days.

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