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Squier SQ-Sub Subwoofer
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You'll be amazed by the fullness and quality the SQ-Sub adds to your sound. Black textured-vinyl, black metal corners, rubber feet, pocket handles, s...Click To Read More About This Product
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Beef up your small PA into a full-range system!
You'll be amazed by the fullness and quality the SQ-Sub adds to your sound. Black textured-vinyl, black metal corners, rubber feet, pocket handles, single round port. A special 12" driver with 2" voice coil is designed for low frequencies. Handles 300W program, 600W peak at 8 ohms. Dual 1/4" inputs (paralleled). Dimensions: 18.5"W x 18.5"H x 18.5"D. 53 lbs.
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I bought one of these the Fender Squier SQ-Sub Subwoofers , then , I learned how best to use it then bought a second one . I was displeased when I bought my first Squire Sub ,It didn't seem to have any thud that I was used to . then a pro sound tech gave me some pointers , here they are . The human ear cannot distingwish from which direction the Sub. Freq. comes from so , indoors placement doesn't matter except for , the preformance is greatly enhanced by facing a sub toward a wall (especially a wooden wall)about 18 inches from it . That,in effect , will turn the entire wall surface into a Sub. Freq. reflector . Now most inportant with the Squire Sub., You must run it or, them at a considerably greater power level because the sub. freqs. are hard to distingwish so, power them up but, it is wise to use a sound pressure meter to set their levels seprate from the normal house speakers because , when the subs are run "HOT", and give the thud ,too much will feedback thru your mics without realizing where the feedback is coming from.Also,use a good digital crossover or,pull your high thru mid EQ's all the way down or flat send only those really low freqs.to those subs,don't depend on the passive crossover that's built in . In short these work GREAT after learning these simple facts & powering them up to produce the thud. I run ours in all sizes of indoor venues & they work great! I also have the Yamaha 18" subs now ,just for outside but ,never have to lug them around for an indoor venue after cranking up the Fender Squire Subs,and using these simple rules,they work GREAT!
I rented a pair of these from a local music store for a wedding dance I played at(3 piece blues/rock band). All the store had left to rent were these. I wasn't expecting much, just because they were Squiers'. With the bar set very low-I was impressed. They obviously won't kick like a 15 or 18 sub, but work good in a small dance hall-type setting. I would not recommend them for outdoor/large hall use, but they are decent for the price!
This sub lacks everything. Not much bass nor much volume. Save your money and get something better.
I brought these because I needed a pair of sub's for my PA set-up. I've used it for a few gig's and they do a pretty decent job as I run them in sterio hookup. I've tried to crank them up once before and they buzzed a lot, it can't take it, but at low end and indoors, they sound great and do an okay job, plus they're massive looking with a pretty good price tag.
A good sub .For the price. Not a good cab for live music reproduction it has a low spl. Would be great for D.J. or trax singer applications.
We didn't need a huge sub for the church I work at, so we got it just to see if we liked it, and it would add to the quality the sound. It has been a big success for us. We had a spare amp and sub out, and with a little EQ it sounds pretty good.
I bought this sub about 4 yrs ago and it has worked fine for me. It doesn't have a whole lot of thump but for the price I didn't expect much. I run it full range, meaning I don't use a crossover and it has taken alot of abuse with no problems. There is no way you could use this sub at a gig as it would not thump very well in a large room but for a home stereo, it does it's job well. I use it with a pair of JBL TR-225 and a Nady XA-1100 amp and this system really rocks the house!!