Released January, 2006
The Pros:Balances well with a standard soundbar for a low-profile sound system. Attractive design that almost looks like art, nice compliment to most decor styles. Modest in size, won't eat up a lot of space in the livingroom.
The Cons:Doesn't have thumping bass for dance music. Not enough power to compliment a full 7.1 surround system. Need to pay attention to where the power cord is plugged in, can sometimes generate a hum.
The Yamaha YST-FSW100 is a compact down-firing subwoofer that provides up to 130 watts of dynamic power. The subwoofer features Yamaha's advanced YST II technology in which the speaker and amplifier work together to cancel impedence and provide a high level of performance.
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It includes QD Bass technology for a down-firing driver placement that provides high power and a smooth frequency response. The YST-FSW100 is designed with a 6.5" cone driver and is slim and compact to compliment plasma and flat screen TVs. It offers a frequency response of 30 to 200 Hz and includes a half pipe port for reducing extraneous noise. The subwoofer comes in a black and silver finish and has a suggested retail price of $180.
- Advanced YST II Technology
- QD Bass Technology
- Down-Firing Design
- Half Pipe Port
- 6.5" Cone Driver
- Slim Design
- Magnetically Shielded
- Advanced Negative Impedance Converter
- Power Handling: 130W Dynamic
- Frequency Response: 30Hz - 200Hz
- Available Finishes: Silver, Black
- Dimensions: 15-3/4" x 14-3/4" x 6-3/16"
User Reviews (2)
balances well with a standard soundbar for a low-profile sound system
attractive design that almost looks like art, nice compliment to most decor styles
modest in size, won't eat up a lot of space in the livingroom
covers the full bass range without leaving anything out
interfaces with the Yamaha YSP 800BL easily, has a special connection for it and just plugs in and works
doesn't have thumping bass for dance music
not enough power to compliment a full 7.1 surround system
need to pay attention to where the power cord is plugged in, can sometimes generate a hum
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