- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 14 April 2011
Sunfire didn't build the first small subwoofer, but they did begin the trend towards small, powerful subwoofers, characterized by having drivers with long excursion and high power class D amplifiers. The SDS-10 is the 10" model in a line that also has 8" and 12" versions. It uses a front-firing driver with a 10" down-firing passive radiator. The amplifier is rated at 250 watts RMS. For $500 MSRP, I was pretty amazed at its performance. It won't crack the plaster, but it will party hard.
- Design: Sealed Enclosure (Passive Radiator)
- Driver: 10"; Long Excursion
- Power: 250 Watts RMS, 500 Watts Peak, Class D
- MFR: 30 Hz - 150 Hz
- Inputs: Line-Level RCA
- Outputs: High-Pass Line-Level RCA
- Controls: On/Off, Volume, Continuously Variable Phase, Continuously Variable Low-Pass (50 Hz - 150 Hz)
- Dimensions: 13.3" H x 15.1" W x 14" D
- Weight: 34 Pounds
- Finish: Black Ash Vinyl
- MSRP: $500 USA