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REL Acoustics G1 Mark II Subwoofer

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$7,260

Based on the original G1 this new improved version has an upgraded amplifier and driver while keeping the same physical design.

  • 12 in., 300mm long-throw, carbon fibre cone with inverted carbon fibre dust cap
  • LOW FREQUENCY EXTENTION -6dB at 15 Hz
  • INPUT CONNECTORS High level Neutrik Speakon, Low Level stereo RCA, LFE RCA, LFE XLR
  • OUTPUT CONNECTORS High Level, Low Level RCA, Balanced XLR, Daisy Chain Outputs
  • POWER OUTPUT 600 watts (RMS) Ultra High-Current Power Supply
  • AMPLIFIER TYPE Class A/B

Dimensions:  22.5" W x 18.2" H x 26.8" D

Weight: 108 lbs

Finish: Piano Black Lacquer, 12 coats

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HANDCRAFTED FROM MARINE GRADE HARDWOODS

Whilst the outer form garners all the praise, with its 1-1/8” thick curvilinear surfaces artfully finished in 12 coats of hand polished piano black lacquer, it is the inner construction that produces the clarity, quietness and dynamics for which G1 MKII will become known. The marine grade laminated hardwoods REL employ are not unlike the spars on a ship. Each cabinet require two days of production time to build a single unfinished cabinet. Then the raw cabinet takes three weeks to handcraft. The resulting structure is far more than a beautiful shape; it is the structural basis for the deep bass the G1 MKII produces.

 

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CLASS A/B AMPLIFIER

The massively beautiful, finned, alloy heatsink is necessary when dissipating the sorts of power necessary to produce prodigious deep bass for hours on end. Capable of outputting a conservative 600W (120V) on occasion, the dedicated Class A/B amplifier used in G1 MKII is a true dreadnaught. Powerful, fast and capable of tremendous current delivery, it is the finest amplifier ever designed by REL engineers.

 

For G1 MKII REL borrowed techniques learned in just the past year to ensure virtually limitless electronic limiting. These newly developed circuits allow for almost 40% more power being developed through the driver before gentle limiting takes over. The net result is that plays substantially louder (about 5 dB) than its illustrious forebear.

 

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