The subwoofer category is very competitive in 2021. SVS, REL, KEF, Klipsch, and RSL all offer very compelling options for both music and home theater systems. The brand new Definitive Technology Descend Series Subwoofers aim to take over your listening room at prices that will likely prove to be very attractive.
The new line consists of four high-performance models capable of producing more impactful, dynamic and extended bass response than competitive offerings. The Descend Series builds on 30 years of Definitive Technology subwoofer expertise with each model engineered to deliver room-filling bass that will make seats shake and hearts pound.
The Descend Series ushers in a new design architecture from Definitive Technology called 3XR™, which employs dual passive radiators coupled to an active drive unit to triple the bass-producing radiating area.
The 3XR Architecture generates deeper bass and higher output levels due to the unique design of the two radiators, which are the same size as the woofer.
Because the proprietary design does not rely on conventional bass ports, the Definitive Technology Descend Series subwoofers do not produce any chuffing or distortion that plagues ported models.
Each model also features formidable custom amplification to deliver impactful, dynamic and extended bass that easily out-performs competitive offerings of similar size.
To easily build into any system, all four models boast connectivity via LFE, while the 12- and 15-inch models also boast a stereo line level RCA input.
All four models are available in beautifully crafted, non-resonant cabinets finished in Midnight Black and two models (DN8 and DN10) are also available in Glacier White.
DN8 – $499
DN10 – $799
DN12 – $1199
DN15 – $1799