Small size, yet with the smooth & wide response of a larger sub
At Lipton’s, we’re excited about the ForceField Subwoofers’ unique and attractive cabinet shape, with its non-parallel cabinet walls (the top is narrower than the bottom when viewed from the front), helps the ForceField subs achieve extraordinarily deep and tuneful bass that is ideal for music and movies. Their cutting-edge amplifier design employs state-of-the-art DSP control for frequency shaping so the subs produce accurate, consistent and musical bass performance.
Let’s take a look at the ForceField subwoofers to see what makes them special. We’ll start with two very common sub design concepts and then we’ll delve into GoldenEar’s unique and better solutions. Many of today’s subs fall into either the ultra-compact high-output category, or the (larger) high performance, extended response, high-output category. These two design types tend to offer different performance benefits, the ultra compact having the ability to play extremely loud, but over a narrower bandwidth and the large subshaving this high output plus more extended response.
GoldenEar’s engineering team set out to accomplish the best of both worlds with the new ForceField subwoofers: small size, yet with the smooth & wide response of a larger sub. There’s no sleight of hand, just great engineering – all ForceField subs share the same technologies, here is a list of their features. Read through these and then take a good demo disc into Lipton’s sound room and listen for yourself.