The Mackie TH-18s Powered Subwoofer delivers powerful, chest-thumping lows that instantly bring massive Thump to any Mackie PA system. Designed by the same team that produced the SRM450v2, the TH-18s has a ported bass reflex design that produces tight low end. And the lightweight, ultra-efficient Class-D Fast Recovery™ power amplifier delivers 1000W peak power with less risk of thermal overload. This makes the sub extremely lightweight and portable, without compromising the power and performance that you need. And the TH-18s does it all at a price that gives your budget a much needed night off.
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What does 1000W of peak power mean to you? It means having a subwoofer that delivers rump-shaking bass night after night. It means getting class-leading power and output. To accomplish this, the TH-18s features Class-D Fast Recovery™ amplification. Class-D amps are more efficient and lightweight, with far less waste heat produced versus competing designs. Fast Recovery™ means you can occasionally push into clipping without a ton of nasty distortion. So, power is no problem... but how does it sound? The TH-18s benefits from built-in Active electronics, like a precision crossover and tuning filters for accurate bass response. Some subwoofers have decent power, but when you listen, everything sounds loose and flabby. The TH-18s delivers professional low end that you can feel... custom tuned to be tight and punchy.
Paired with a Mackie TH-15A, you have a complete (and completely affordable) “plug and play” system that is ideal for small clubs, DJs or rehearsal spaces. It’s also a great match for the popular Mackie SRMv2 Series and can easily integrate into nearly any existing PA setup you may have. The TH-18s has both full-range and high-pass stereo outputs for connection to full-range top boxes. Just dial in the appropriate level and use the polarity switch to make sure the sub is in phase with the top boxes. The integrated pole-cup can accommodate a standard mounting pole, so your favorite speaker has a nice place to sit. Or you can just stack your full-range box right on top... the TH-18s ain’t picky.
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