Parasound Debuts Improved In -Wall Subwoofer

Parasound has introduced and begun delieries of its model C 1002 in-wall subwoofer that is designed for easy installation in standard sheet-rock 2x4 stud walls.

SAN FRANCISCO (9/10/03) - - Parasound has introduced and begun delieries of its model C 1002 in -wall subwoofer that is designed for easy installation in standard sheet -rock 2x4 stud walls. It will replace the company's popular PAL -1002.


The Parasound C 1002 has 10 -inch woofer utilizing dual 8 ohm voice -coils rated for 200 watts per channel power handling. The high -efficiency drive motor coupled with a rigid, low -profile cone made of coated non -press cellulose provides a 4 dB higher sensitivity than its predecessor. This increase in sensitivity represents more than double the sound pressure level for the same amplifier power output. With the internal volume of a typical wall cavity, the C 1002 will deliver clean accurate bass response to below 30 Hz.

The C 1002 uses a heavy -duty metal bracket that provides for rigid attachment to the wall to prevent induced vibrations, and to provide a tight seal to prevent air leaks. It includes a versatile cutout mounting template, paint shield, and a mesh screen to protect the back of the driver from in -wall debris.

Whereas the previous model PAL -1002's retail was $400, the Parasound C 1002 in -wall subwoofer a suggested retail price of $250; it is available to ship now.

Founded in 1981, Parasound Products, Inc., is a privately owned U.S. company that specializes in providing affordable audio and home theater components to the critical listener. Parasound's products are available from quality audio/video retailers, and select custom installation specialists. For more information, visit www.parasound.com or call 415 -397 -7100.

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