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Cerwin Vega XLS-12S


$349.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to walk through the YPOA setup, only takes a few minutes. Delivers tight, clean bass that doesn't miss any details. Hard hitting when you need it, thumps out strong beats.

The Cons:Fairly large footprint, may not be easy to place properly in a smaller room. Needs a lot of power to drive it, won't just work with any receiver.

The Cerwin Vega XLS-12S is a mid-level subwoofer, released in late 2009. This product is a step down from the CLS-15S model, a more powerful subwoofer in a 15-inch configuration. The XLS-12S features a base reflex design and is capable of low frequency response down to 28 Hz.

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Product Shot 2 A total of 250 watts are available to the XLS-12S, meaning owners can expect powerful bass in their home theater setup. The woofer itself measures 12-inches in diameter, while the unit is housed in a black-ash cast frame cabinet. The XLS-12S also has advanced functionality such as level control and variable crossover, enabling users to customize the subwoofer to any environment. Auto-on sensing is also supported, allowing the subwoofer to remain inactive when not in use. RCA input connectors include left and right, plus one for low frequency effects.

Features

  • 12" Cast Frame High Excursion Woofer
  • Adjustable Level Control
  • Speaker Level & Line Level Inputs
  • LFE Input
  • Auto-On Sensing
  • User Selected Polarity Switch
  • Hi Current, Class AB Amplifier Design
  • Bass Reflex Design
  • Black-Ash Enclosure
  • Power: 250 Watts
  • Frequency Response: 43 Hz - 300 kHz (-3 dB) / 38 Hz - 350 kHz (-10 dB)
  • Frequency Range: 1: 28 Hz - 150 (-10dB)

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    easy to walk through the YPOA setup, only takes a few minutes

  • 1

    delivers tight, clean bass that doesn't miss any details

  • 1

    hard hitting when you need it, thumps out strong beats

  • 1

    wood grain cabinet looks sophisticated and high-end

  • 1

    can be turned up loud without losing any clarity

Cons
  • 1

    fairly large footprint, may not be easy to place properly in a smaller room

  • 0

    needs a lot of power to drive it, won't just work with any receiver

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