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PreSonus Introduces Temblor 8 Active Studio Subwoofer

Complements any full-range monitoring system, making it well-suited for personal studios, gaming, and audiophile applications

By PSW Staff October 13, 2014

Front and rear panel views of the new PreSonus Temblor 8 subwoofer.

Designed for critical listening in the studio or at home, the new PreSonus Temblor T8 active subwoofer complements any full-range monitoring system, making it well-suited for personal studios, gaming, audiophiles, and home theaters.

Like its larger sibling the Temblor T10, the T8 naturally extends the low-frequency response of full-range loudspeakers without overshadowing them.

It delivers punchy, musical lows and offers user controls that include a continuously variable low-pass filter (50 Hz to 130 Hz) for creating a smooth crossover transition and a switchable high-pass filter that removes content below 80 Hz from the full-range signal sent to satellite loudspeakers

While an companion for the PreSonus Ceres Bluetooth monitors, the Temblor T8 has been designed to pair with any studio loudspeaker, including those in the PreSonus professional studio lines.

It has an 8-inch, down-firing, glass-composite woofer with high-density rubber surround driven by a Class AB amplifier that delivers up to 200 watts of power. It also sports a round, front-firing acoustic port; left and right 1/4-inch TRS and RCA main inputs; and left-right 1/4-inch TRS and RCA pass-through outputs to connect satellite loudspeakers.

As with PreSonus Ceres speakers, the Energy Conservation mode meets the European ErP directive.

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