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THOR subwoofers for ORION

The maximum sound output from the open-baffle woofer of the ORION is cone excursion limited at the lowest bass frequencies. In some applications, like for Home Theater sound effects or for highly realistic volume levels of certain types of music, increased output capability may be desired. The addition of two THOR subwoofers will serve those needs. 

A complete THOR/ORION subwoofer system consists of:

  • Two cabinets with 12" drivers and binding posts
  • Two 20 foot cables with banana plugs to connect the subwoofers to the AT6012 power amplifier
  • A 180 W per channel stereo power amplifier in case the four unused amplifiers of the AT6012 are not available
  • Two pair of 6 foot RCA cables to connect the THOR/ORION crossover/equalizer outputs to the power amplifier 
  • A 1.5 foot cable to connect the THOR/ORION xo/eq output to the ORION xo/eq input
  • A THOR/ORION crossover/equalizer. It is connected to the preamplifier output instead of the ORION xo/eq. 
  • A DIN/Midi cable to provide +/-12 V  from the ORION xo/eq to the THOR/ORION xo/eq

All parts can be ordered through Wood Artistry. 

The THOR cabinets may be supplied in different wood types and finishes to match the ORION. 

The cabinet can be built with a grill to cover the drivers or with 3" feet to stand the cabinet upright and have the drivers face the floor. The cabinet size is 14" x 14" x 22" without 3" feet. 

 

 

The THOR/ORION crossover/equalizer comes with a clear polycarbonate cover for easy subwoofer level adjustment and subwoofer IN/OUT switching. It takes its power via a supplied DIN cable from the ORION xo/eq.

 

The AT1802 is a 180 W per channel stereo power amplifier. If you own the 12-channel AT6012 power amplifier for driving ORION, then its 4 unused amplifier sections can be driven from the THOR/ORION xo/eq in bridged mode to provide power to left and right THOR subwoofers. No additional power amplifiers are needed.

 

To place your order:

Wood Artistry, L.L.C.
408 Moore Lane
Healdsburg, CA 95448 
Tel: (707) 473-0593
Fax: (707) 473-0593

sales@woodartistry.com

 

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What you hear is not the air pressure variation in itself 
but what has drawn your attention
in the streams of superimposed air pressure variations 
at your eardrums

An acoustic event has dimensions of Time, Tone, Loudness and Space
Have they been recorded and rendered sensibly?

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