Cambridge Audio Sirocco S90 Subwoofer - £99.95 @ eBay/hifi-specialist
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Cambridge Audio Sirocco S90 Subwoofer - £99.95 @ eBay/hifi-specialist

£99.95eBay Deals
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Found 14th Dec 2013
Product page with specs:
cambridgeaudio.com/pro…fer

Link to eBay item:
ebay.co.uk/itm…229

Link to PDF manual: cambridgeaudio.com/med…pdf

Sensitivity: 200mV for full power output
Frequency Response: 35Hz – 180Hz
Drive units: Woofer: 1 x 200mm (8") long throw woofer
Crossover: Continuous/Active
Rated output power 70 watts
Magnetically shielded: To within 100mm of product
Dimensions (H x W x D): 300 (excluding spikes) x 300 x 335mm (inc. grill + rear terminals)
(11.8 x 11.8 x 13.1”)

Weight: 10.7kg (23.6lbs)
- stealthx

16 Comments

Looks interesting for the price.
Has anyone had a listen to one?...

very nice not too deer cheers me deers thank you

buffylass

very nice not too deer cheers me deers thank you


Why do you keep commenting that on different posts? It's not funny

http://i.imgur.com/03xRHJW.jpg

hifihero

Looks interesting for the price. Has anyone had a listen to one?...

yep I have one and I'm happy with it. but I suppose it all depends on your setup I'm using it with the Cambridge s range of speakers and I suppose what size room your using. basically yes it's good for your money you pay.

bigpappasmurf13

Why do you keep commenting that on different posts? It's not funny



He must be under the impression that the allocation of flamedeer is not entirely random, and at some point becomes a form of wordsearch worthy of Reader's Digest. Thank his Mum.

buffylass

very nice not too deer cheers me deers thank you

annoying spam to say the least

Is this any good? i see the inputs are only red and white coaxial instead of some sort of spdif. Or have i got something wrong here. also what does that phase 180 degree button do? i have on my current sub, i havent noticed a change in sound when i flick it about.

This looks classy in picture. It's a good price for the specs given. Voted hot.

lewissymonds

Is this any good? i see the inputs are only red and white coaxial instead … Is this any good? i see the inputs are only red and white coaxial instead of some sort of spdif. Or have i got something wrong here. also what does that phase 180 degree button do? i have on my current sub, i havent noticed a change in sound when i flick it about.



Amplified subwoofer will always have a line level input in the form of stereo (red+white) phono inputs or a single mono phono input.

the phase option is not usually required. It is adjustable in case of undesirable acoustic response due to interactions with other speakers in your setup or the propagation of the sound reflections in your listening environment.
Just make sure to start with that, if you have two subs in your setup, they are both switched to the same phase.

Back to the deal, I think it is more about looks than performance, £100 seems alot for the low power output, but I haven't heard one...

A sub would only have spdif if it was part of a package. This is added to an amplifier in a 'proper' separates system

buffylass

very nice not too deer cheers me deers thank you



I've never had to use the 'ignore' feature on HUKD before, until now. You are an annoying, non-contributing little troll. Go out and get yourself a life

dan1979

A sub would only have spdif if it was part of a package. This is added to … A sub would only have spdif if it was part of a package. This is added to an amplifier in a 'proper' separates system

. I have a pioneer A 400 stereo amp would I somehow be able to use this ...my speakers are Monitor Audio gold.
I'm an old audio enthusiast not really kept up with the use of a sub woofer.

You could use it but you'd have to manually control the volume as you'd have to use the tape output which is a fixed level.

This type of sub needs either an amp with a dedicated subwoofer output (which is all AV amps and a few stereo amps) or a stereo amp with a pre-out.

For an amp without either of the above you need a sub with a high level input - that's where you connect the speaker wires into it then out again into the speakers.
Edited by: "dan1979" 15th Dec 2013

Thanks dan1979 much appreciated .
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