- High-contrast finish with scratch-resistant high-gloss panels for a stylish design
- BassTrac technology enhances bass output while avoiding overload and distortion
- Advanced ceramic/glass fiber polymer woofer with Deep Channel Design (DCD) delivers more bass from less amplifier power
- Adjustable low pass filter for a cleaner sound balance
- Switched mode power supply maintains a constant power reserve for consistent performance
Providing bass with weight and authority, the Boston Acoustics ASW 650 650-Watt Peak 10-Inch Front-Firing Powered Subwoofer makes an ideal addition to home theater or music systems. Featuring a switched mode power supply for consistent performance, this powerful subwoofer is equipped with BassTrac technology to maximize bass output while avoiding overload and distortion. The woofer’s ceramic/glass fiber polymer construction delivers more bass response from less amplifier power.
The ASW 650’s adjustable low pass filter lets you balance the bass load between the subwoofer and speakers, allowing the subwoofer to produce only the lowest tones.
Switched Mode Power Supply Provides Consistent Performance
A switched mode power supply helps the ASW 650 maintain a constant power reserve that results in lower distortion and consistent performance during extended loud passages.
The Goal of the A Series
Boston’s A Series speakers are ideal for either multichannel home theater or stereo-only music systems and may be used in any configuration for other listening applications.
Boston Acoustics creates all of its speakers following the Play Smart approach to product design–sensible, useful, smart design features combined with contemporary styling. To deliver the best performance possible in this price class, Boston’s engineers brought together the best elements of traditional loudspeaker design, incorporating several new technologies into the A Series.
Boston’s engineers utilized Laser Vibrometer Scanning and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to identify unwanted resonances in the loudspeaker with the goal of eliminating them to greatly improve performance. The elimination of hardware on the cabinet’s front baffle and rounded front edges further improve driver performance for improved stereo imaging.