New Revel® Performa™ B150 Subwoofer Takes Low Frequencies to New Heights

The Revel Performa B150 is the ultimate in subwoofer sound and performance thanks to its massive 15-inch transducer and integrated high-power amplification.

ELKHART, Indiana — Revel®, a leading name in high-end home theater sound, today introduced the new Performa™ B150 Subwoofer, the most advanced subwoofer in its class.  The B150 raises the standard for low-frequency sound reproduction with a combination of its large, long-excursion 15-inch woofer and 1,200 Watts RMS of integrated amplification.

The Revel Performa B150 raises the performance bar, both in terms of low-distortion output capability, as well as in accurate, uncolored sound quality. Its 15-inch woofer and 4-inch voice coil are integrated with a 36-pound motor system and a true 1.5-inch linear excursion, resulting in the capability to provide enormous amounts of low-distortion bass. . Distortion is extraordinarily low without resorting to servo-feedback, thanks in part to the B150 woofer’s symmetrical magnetic field, flux stabilization ring and copper shorting ring.  This is combined with an integrated amplifier which produces1,200-Watts RMS continuous power and an extraordinary 2,800 Watts of peak power, providing the B150 with substantial headroom to avoid low-frequency distortion.  Furthermore, Revel has engineered-in advanced protective circuitry that allows the B150 to reproduce natural bass with maximum dynamic “punch”.  For the custom home systems integrator, this means they can reliably build home theater and music systems that can accommodate anything film sound can dish out, with a subwoofer that can hold its own mated with the finest loudspeakers available.

“The Revel Performa B150 puts the punch in the ‘point-one’ of 5.1 sound,” says Kevin Voecks, Market Director, Harman Performance AV Group. “It is simply the finest subwoofer available for its size and price.  Custom home systems integrators will have no problem matching it with any loudspeakers; so as far as building ever-more amazing home theaters, the sky is the limit.”

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