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These professional speakers deliver thunderous bass for large venues.
Thick low-end for bass-heavy mixes.
For fans of house, funk, hip hop and dub music, no bass is too much bass, and when it comes to subwoofers that are a balanced combination of volume, depth and clarity, Yamaha stage subwoofers are considered by many professional audio engineers and DJs to be the finest. Solidly-built to pack a wallop through countless live shows, Yamaha stage subwoofers are just what you need to keep the dance floor shaking, and within this catalog you'll find more than enough impressive models to choose from.
As you browse this section, you'll quickly notice that Yamaha stage subwoofers come in a wide range of sizes and styles, and choosing the right ones for you will come down to a few factors. For one, it's important to know how big your venue is, since a smaller-sized club might not require the same subwoofer as say, a large arena. Another thing to think about is the type of music you're planning on performing, since certain musical genres benefit from a lower frequency than others. Thankfully, Yamaha specializes in everything from compact 12" active subwoofers to dual 18" monsters.
So with that in mind, let's take a look at some choices. Starting with the more popular items is always a safe bet, and the DXS12 12" active subwoofer is a portable workhorse that will certainly add a mighty punch to your low-end. Featuring a high-efficiency 950W Class-D amplifier and a 12" high-output woofer, this exceptional monitor is ideal for musicians who are limited on space but still want chest-crushing power. Now for those who are in need of something bigger, go with the SW218V Club Series V. Yamaha's Club Series speakers are renowned worldwide, and the SW218V continues the legacy with many upgrades, including a larger enclosure for improved low-frequency performance, better drivers for higher power handling, stronger grilles, redesigned crossovers and more. Overall, the SW218V is just what you need to make your music felt, and enjoyed, by an audience.
Subwoofers have come a long way since they first hit the music scene back in the late '60s. Of course, a large amount of credit can be given to innovative companies like Yamaha, and whether you're a touring band or a mobile DJ, a perfect stage subwoofer is waiting for you, right here.