If you have had a chance to see – no, hear – Joey Roth’s Ceramic Speakers, it is no surprise that the Ceramic Subwoofer has the same sleek appeal and equivalence in sound quality. The Ceramic Subwoofer is a companion electronic to the speakers, but nevertheless, the porcelain case of the cylindrical subwoofer is a clean, no-fuss addition to any sound system. The subwoofer sits upon a stainless steel 50-watt Class D amplifier, which has a top surface of Baltic birch to cradle the precious subwoofer. As is the case with Roth’s previous works, performance is the second half of the equation, and the subwoofer boasts a low-range frequency that hits 40 Hz.

 

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  • smith

    more specs needed and cost.
    how about some comparative listening
    40 hz is not that low