Powered Subwoofer for studio and stage performances. Get that deep bass/low end by using a subwoofer, that your PA may be lacking otherwise.
You need subwoofers as part of your speaker setup to produce deep bass for your music, and to get powerful low-frequency effects for a high-impact sound. These add depth and realism to the overall sound. The best subwoofer speakers produce a deep and rich bass tones.
You can use a general purpose one that can be used in the studio to listen to rap, rock & dance music, or use it for outdoor events. For live outdoor performances, these ensure that the PA provides a good low end to the overall sound.
Recommended PA Subwoofers
The best subwoofers produce exceptionally clear, thumping bass, minimize distortion and provide plenty of power. Now you can beef up the bass end of your PA system by adding a dedicated subwoofer (active, powered or passive subs)
Why Powered Subwoofers?
As opposed to Passive subwoofers that do not come with a built-in amp, Active ones include their own dedicated amplifiers within a single cabinet.
You also get models that come with user-adjustable equalization that allows boosted or reduced output at particular frequencies; these vary from a simple “boost” switch, to fully parametric equalizers.
Here’s a video demonstrating a Powered Subwoofer
You can easily beef up the bass end of your PA system by adding a dedicated subwoofer to the setup. You can choose from active, powered subs to passive subs, to add to the low-end wattage.