India, the leading Japanese brand in the car infotainment and DJ equipment has
launched TS-WX400DA, a highly compact active subwoofer with built-in 250 Watts
output Class-D amplifier.
active subwoofer dimensions are 300mm (W) x 200mm (D) and 100mm (H). This compact
product leaves enough room in the boot for luggage and other important
articles. But, this compactness doesn’t mean any compromise with the sound
output and quality.
a “down fire” speaker design, the TS-WX400DA is able to produce richer
low-frequency reproduction that sounds incredible with such a compact
sub-woofer. Users of this product can enjoy two selectable Bass Modes – Deep
and Dynamic. On both modes, one can experience the rich sound even at the low
volume level. While Deep Mode is ideally suitable for Classic, Jazz, Country
Music, etc, Dynamic Mode stuns music lovers on EDM, Hip-Hop, Rock Music, etc.
All the functions can be availed using a wired remote control.
other remarkable features of TS-WX400DA are: Phase control, Frequency and Gain
control to adjust the musical style, compatibility with CarSoundFit App which
simulates in-car sound when Pioneer speakers are installed into vehicles, and
CLASS-D amplifier technology which ensures low power consumption. This
revolutionary product by Pioneer is available at an incredible price, INR
ISHII, Managing Director of Pioneer Electronics India, said that this product
is conceptualised and launched to keep in mind the changing demands of the car
users who love to derive maximum benefits from their vehicles.
offering the best sound quality, TS-WX400DA is designed to be installed in
various small, tight spaces. With the ability to fit under seats, behind seats
or inside small storage compartments, this product features a wide range of
vehicle applications, he noted.
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