The SB-900DF subwoofer is the perfect companion for any
Home Theater or compact music system, and it makes an
ideal match for any Atlantic soundbar.
Its down-firing design takes advantage of the
acoustic benefits of woofer-to-floor acoustic
coupling for exceptionally powerful
Additionally, the down-firing woofer
increases its placement flexibility
because it allows the compact
cabinet to squeeze into tight spots
behind furniture with no concern of its
output being muffled, as might be the
case with a front-firing woofer.
Small, unobtrusive and deceptively
simple-looking, the SB-900DF has a
rugged 8” driver with an oversized surround
for exceptionally long excursion and low
distortion, even at very high output levels.
Drivers of this capability are never found on
subwoofers at this modest price.
Its high-current, equalized 125-watt amplifier and
massive finned heat sink give another indication that we put
our efforts into the ‘guts’ and not into needless cosmetic frills.
The SB-900DF has a low-end extension of 32 Hz (-3 dB)—the lowest
fundamental note in the musical spectrum—and its solid, muscular sound
surprises and delights listeners every time.
Just because the SB-900DF is Atlantic's least-expensive subwoofer doesn’t mean they skimped
on its features or hookup flexibility. Like all of their subs, the SB-900DF has an adjustable
crossover, a crossover bypass setting for use with electronics that have built-in bass
management, auto-on signal sensing, phase control, and a detachable AC power cord,
and special proprietary distortion-detection circuitry that prevents the SB-900DF from
emitting objectionably-distorted sound, regardless of how hard it’s pushed.