Released April, 2005
The Pros:Plenty of punch, gives an impactful sound. Decent clarity and tightness, avoids sounding muddy. Easy to configure with a typical Audyssey setup.
The Cons:Doesn't go extremely deep or very powerful.
The Infinity PSW310W is a 400w self-powered, wireless subwoofer with dual woofers and passive radiators based on a Panted Infinity Ceramic Metal Matrix Diaphragm (CMMD) technology designed to deliver improved accuracy with reduced distortion for what is described as “incredibly lifelike sound.
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” Designed to work alongside the C205/C225/C336 bookshelf/floor-standing speakers and the CC225 center-center speaker, the PSW310W (part of the Infinity Classia series) features dual low-frequency 10” CMMD woofers and dual 10” CMMD passive radiators. In addition, the PSW310W includes a wireless transmitter that can be used to place the subwoofer anywhere in the room without having to deal with endless, annoying wires and cords. The Infinity PSW310W retails for $899.99 in either high-gloss black or cherry veneer and comes with a 3 year parts and labor warranty.
- Frequency Response: 28Hz – 150kHz
- Internal Subwoofer Amplifier Power: 400 Watts with proprietary Bass Optimization System
- Crossover Frequency: 50Hz-150Hz, continuously adjustable; 24dB/octave
- Low-Frequency Driver: 10” CMMD
- Passive Radiators: Dual 10” CMMD
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 17-1/2” x 14” x 14-3/4”
- Weight: 49.8lb (22.6kg)
- Available in 2 Colors
- 3 Year Parts and Labor Warranty
User Reviews (3)
plenty of punch, gives an impactful sound
decent clarity and tightness, avoids sounding muddy
easy to configure with a typical Audyssey setup
works well at low and medium volumes, lots of detail
no added distortion to the bass, stays clean
big and heavy construction, inspires confidence in its durability
very quick, never seems to lag behind the other speakers
doesn't go extremely deep or very powerful
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