These subs are truly high performance pieces that combine proprietary long travel drivers with high power amplifiers in compact, nicely finished sealed enclosures. But the thing I really love is that they have proper bass management capabilities – in the form of a variable high pass output – that allows perfect integration with any speaker system out there.
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JL Audio E-Sub subwoofers combine a state-of-the-art JL Audio subwoofer driver and electronics/amplifier package within a highly optimized enclosure to deliver an exceptional listening experience in your home theater or home audio system.
The subwoofer driver in the E-Sub subwoofer system is capable of outstanding linear excursion without distress or audible distortion. This purpose-engineered driver enables the E-Sub to reproduce powerful low-frequency events with stunning impact and outstanding accuracy. The E-Sub drivers offer peak-to-peak excursion capabilities well in excess of 2.5 inches (E110) or 3 inches (E112) to comfortably handle the dynamics of the most demanding program material.
To get the most from this long excursion driver platform, the E-Sub incorporates a precisely engineered switching amplifier. The E-Sub amplifiers are capable of unclipped output voltages equivalent to 1200W (E110) or 1500W (E112) RMS power, allowing us to take full advantage of each driver’s full excursion envelope.
The beautiful cabinet enclosing the workings of the E-Sub is also the result of careful engineering. To contain the pressures created by the E-Sub driver solid, CNC-cut, MDF material with extensive internal bracing features is utilized together with advanced assembly techniques.
The E-Sub’s also include an on-board 2-way active crossover, permitting them to support a conventional 2-channel audio system by providing a high-pass filtered output to the main speakers’ amplifier, while delivering a low-pass filtered signal to the internal subwoofer amplifier. A polarity switch and phase control are provided to aid in achieving an optimal acoustic transition between the subwoofer(s) and main speakers. Inputs are via a pair of line level stereo RCA inputs or speaker level inputs.