The Ceramic Subwoofer happens to look like a miniature version of an airplane turbine. Shiny, white and cylindrical, the Ceramic Subwoofer was created to complement the matching Ceramic Speakers designed over two years ago. Forgoing the wooden base, this sound system component rests on top of a stainless steel 50 watt Class D amp. Instead, the Baltic birch is incorporated into the body of the Ceramic Subwoofer.
Created by product designer Joey Roth, the Ceramic Subwoofer is powered by two individual drivers, one in the amp and the other in the driver. Offering an overall balanced performance in conjunction with the original Ceramic Speakers, the Ceramic Subwoofer will be a limited run of 300 units. Fans of the sound system can pre-order now for delivery in December, just in time for Christmas.
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