Artison Subwoofer Retrofit RCC320-PC
Artison’s second generation of the RCC (Reactance Cancelling Configuration) In-Wall Subwoofers are the most advanced in the world. Designed to be easily installed into a standard 2 x 4 stud bay during construction, the aluminum enclosures control the bass response. The bass is emitted from a slot, which is located between two opposing sets of drivers, creating the vibration free technology of the RCC Series. Special adsorptive damping material coupled with multiple custom long throw drivers allow for deep powerful bass from a very compact module. They represent the state of the art in subwoofer designs that are heard…but not seen.
With floor space at a premium, the last thing that you want is a huge subwoofer, taking up space and ruining the room’s aesthetics.
The RCC 320PC and 640PC install during construction into any 16″ on-center wall cavity. After drywall, the magnetic grille is so small it almost disappears.
WORLD CLASS CONSTRUCTION
The subwoofer cabinet is made from very rigid aluminum, which maximizes the limited space within the wall cavity and optimizes the bass output.
Gold plated spring terminals and heavy duty “L” brackets assure that your installation is secure.
THE RCC IN-WALL SUBWOOFERS ARE IP65 RATED
The RCC series subwoofers are certified to be used in marine or wet environments. They are tested to withstand water projected by a nozzle (6.3 mm) against enclosure from any direction with no harmful effects.
LOTS OF BASS, IN VERY LITTLE SPACE…AND NO VIBRATION
Unique racetrack shaped drivers allow the Artison RCC subwoofers to be easily installed in a conventional 2×4 wall, allowing them to cosmetically blend with the environment.
With our incredible Reactive Canceling Configuration technology, the cabinets create bass in the listening room, without shaking the walls.
DEEPER BASS IN LESS SPACE
The RCC in-wall subwoofer line utilizes cabinets with activated charcoal damping. By attracting air molecules to its surface, the charcoal reduces pressure within the cabinet, allowing lower frequencies in a smaller enclosure.