Seismix 1 Mk 5 Black Woodgrain

SEISMIX 1 MK5

SUBWOOFER
  • Big bass performance
  • Compact and discreet design
  • Dynamic experience

Performance in a compact design. The Seismix 1 Mk5 will fit just about anywhere and deliver smooth bass for both movies and music.

Black Woodgrain

Available finish

“… I really hadn’t imagined that a subwoofer this small would be able to deliver the kind of performance it actually does”

– Australian HiFi Magazine

“… I really hadn’t imagined that a subwoofer this small would be able to deliver the kind of performance it actually does”

– Australian HiFi Magazine

COMPACT PERFORMANCE

For a big bass experience from a discreet subwoofer that can be placed almost anywhere in the room, the Seismix 1 Mk5 will provide the right sound while taking up half the space.

 

With a hefty 200mm downward firing woofer and vent, and a high quality class D amplifier, the Seismix 1 Mk5 combines high efficiency with low power consumption. Its compact design – with the raised cabinet kept off the floor with specially moulded rubber feet – provides flexibility, without sacrificing bass impact.

 

With effective design and simple styling, this unobtrusive subwoofer will look and sound great, whether tucked discreetly in the corner or built into custom joinery.

 

For the ultimate sound experience at home, play it through Krix.

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency Range
25Hz-200Hz in room response

Amplifier Power
300 watts RMS

Output
116dB maximum SPL in room response

Inputs

Stereo line level RCA

Enclosure Type
Bass reflex, down firing vent

Dimensions
375mm high x 295mm wide x 320mm deep

Low Frequency Driver
Nominal 200mm (8”) diameter doped paper cone driver, 38mm (1.5″) voice coil wound on high powered aluminium former, with vented magnet assembly

Power On/Off
Adjustable Auto/Always On

Phase Select
0º to 180º continuously variable (relative to input signal)

Low Pass Filter

50Hz-200Hz or bypass

Weight

11kg each

“… a god-send for those living in apartments and small flats, who’d like some bigger, deeper bass”

– Greg Borrowman [Australian HiFi Magazine]

REVIEWS / AWARDS
Australian HiFi Magazine

 

The next disc up was Jimi Hendrix’s Purple Haze. The Star of this is the amazingly powerful kick drum, whose impact was delivered unhesitatingly by the Seismix 1, which I found rather an eye-opener (or should that be ear-opener?). The sub is blindingly fast, and appropriately deep without any overhang at all, and the accuracy of the levels it delivers are excellent.