Designed to work with the Q Acoustics’ 3000i and Concept 5.1 speaker range – and arriving in a matching finish – the Q B12 features a long-throw 305mm driver
The Q B12 is powered by a 220W Texas Instruments TPA3255 Class D amplifier.
It’s the largest and most powerful subwoofer from Q Acoustics so far, with an active limiter and the amplifier’s proprietary PurePath Ultra-HD technology.
You’ll find a custom die-cast aluminium heat sink on rear panel supports.
Elsewhere a 0º/180º phase switch, allows you to optimise integration with left and right speakers.
Q Acoustics has fitted a ‘dart brace’ internal design inside the subwoofer’s reinforced MDF cabinet.
Adjustable spiked feet provide additional support when the Q B12 is placed on carpeted floors, with optional rubber caps for wooden and other hard surfaces also provided.
The rear terminal panel has been designed to keep interior spaces free of unsightly wires.
Recessed and hidden, it allows all plugs to be concealed and channel cables passed cleanly out through the subwoofer’s base.
The Q B12 will be available from November 2019 (UK) and January 2020 (US), included in the following 5.1 speaker packages:
- Q Acoustics 3010i 5.1 PLUS (£1,049)
- Q Acoustics 3050i 5.1 PLUS (£1,499)
- Q Acoustics Concept 5.1 PLUS (£2,275)
It can also be purchased on its own in a matching finish (Black and White vinyl) to the Q Acoustics 3000i range for £499 or in a matching finish (Black and White gloss) to the Q Acoustics Concept range for £649.
To learn more visit www.qacoustics.co.uk
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