Roth OLi KH30 : 8" 200W Active Subwoofer £149.95 @ richerSOUNDS (in-store) - £139.95 with VIP Voucher - check comments
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Roth OLi KH30 : 8" 200W Active Subwoofer £149.95 @ richerSOUNDS (in-store) - £139.95 with VIP Voucher - check comments

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Found 12th May 2014
The OLi Series subwoofer will amaze with its thunderous performance, stunning cosmetics, and remarkable ease of use. The OLi Subwoofer features an 8” forward firing active woven fibre driver resulting in unbelievably powerful yet controlled bass output.

Highlights
8-inch Active Woofer
Magnetic Grill
Rear Controls and Ports
Frequency Response: 40Hz~500KHz

Dimensions, mm (HWD):
298mm x 298mm x 343mm
Weight: 14.5kg

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Edited by: "stealthx" 12th May 2014

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Edited by: "stealthx" 12th May 2014

This isn't a true subwoofer.

The lower frequency limit is 40Hz. My KEF floorstanders have the same specification.

Really needs to be 25-30Hz to be referred to as a true sub -- this is good if you have small satellites.

Not voted either way as the deal is good for what it is.
Edited by: "jasejames" 13th May 2014

Agreed, 40Hz doesn't cut it for a sub either films or music (unless you live in a tiny flat and can't have loud music maybe).

You need to be looking more towards 20Hz, and you don't need to spend mega money either. I'm running an old Yamaha YST-SW320 downward firing which goes down to 20Hz (some debate about whether Yamaha use -6 or -10dB cutoffs) but either way it delivers stunning warm sound you can feel as well as hear.
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