How do you guys feel about the Totem Thunder Subwoofer? I'm debating buying one of these over the new 13" SVS subs. I have Totem Rainmakers and aboslutely love them. In fact, when I get a chance, I will be moving up to the Forest line. Until then, I want a good sub to round out my bottom end. Totem does such an amazing job creating music with their speakers, could they do the same job with their subs?
I'm trying to understand the 2 passive radiator design. Does anyone know how it works? I can't find any articles.
Totem's "Thunder" incorporates exquisite cabinetry, advanced design features along with multi role usage.
Its unique front-firing active driver shares external cone topography, materials and features with the two flanking passive units. This we believe allows for a more informative and continuous energy flow.
Designed for cinema/surround applications where it excels, it nonetheless performs admirably well as a bass module for stereo or multichannel audio use.
It intermeshes seamlessly with all Totem products for any task where bass augmentation is required.
The Thunder can actually reproduce musical bass harmonics concurrently with quick, low, accurate bass extension: Quite a feat!
For a more informative and continuous
Frequency Response 20 Hz to 200 kHz (in room)
Amplification 500 W max.
Phase Adjustable / Variable
Volume Adjustment Yes
Adjustment Yes (40 Hz to 120 Hz)
Line Level Connections 1 pair RCA input
1 pair RCA unfiltered
Driver 10" (26cm) variable shaped non resonant metal
cone with carbon graphite conical dust cap
Passive Radiators 2 x 10" (26cm) variable shaped non resonant metal cones
with carbon graphite conical dust cap
Dimensions w 12 x d 18 x h 18.5”
w 300 x d 455 x h 468 mm