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Back with another Presonus review, this one is on the Temblor T10 sub that I was testing out with the Sceptre S6 studio monitors
Let’s jump right into it!
So what is the Temblor T10?
Well basically…it’s a 250w active studio subwoofer.
Yes that means it has it’s own amplifier, and like the Sceptre monitors, this thing is loud as well!
There aren’t many “features” when it comes to a sub, it’s pretty straight forward, but of course the main thing is connections and how it sounds.
It also has 4 rubber feet built into the bottom of the enclosure for stability, which is a nice touch indeed.
- size: 10″
- power rating: 250 watts
- frequency range: 20 Hz to 50 – 130 Hz (variable)
- connectivity: rca in, xlr in/out, 1/4″ TRS in/out, footswitch port, xlr sub out
- price: $399.95
- product page: http://www.presonus.com/products/Temblor-T10
So how does it sound?
You may think a sub is a sub, but anyone that’s dealt with subs knows you can get a different experience from one to another, no matter if you’re talking studio subs, car audio, or home theater.
This sub is loud, with a very deep and tight bass output. I would call it “clean” if I had to give it one simple word.
The enclosure never gets in the way of the sound, meaning you don’t hear any rattling or “flabby” output at higher levels.
One of the best parts about the bass output being so clean is I didn’t have to crank it up loud to get a good idea of what was going on at the sub frequencies.
I could set it where it sounded best in my setup and leave it alone, it translated well in various types of musical situations and was never overpowering at all.
So what’s the bottom line?
I’m a firm believer in having a sub in your setup, it really lets you get a good representation of what’s going on in the low end of your music.
That said, it’s evident that different subs will perform differently in various setups, but I have to say the Temblor really surprised me with a difference I wasn’t expecting to hear at all.
Overall I give the Temblor t10 subwoofer 5 out of 5 subs, I really enjoyed the clean, deep, tight, bass response it produced without hyping up what was actually going on in my low end.
It’s a really great sounding sub and I definitely enjoyed the Presonus monitoring system overall.
Unfortunately (for me) the time has come to send them back, but you better believe they left a lasting impression on me. I’m definitely considering having them give an encore performance in my setup in the future.
Go on over and learn more about it at their website: http://www.presonus.com/products/Temblor-T10
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