PSB Reimagines the Subwoofer with SubSeries 150

Compact Sub Designed for Multiple Placement Options and Versatile Applications

Pickering, Ontario April 10, 2015 -- PSB Speakers, long renowned for affordable excellence in loudspeaker design, announced a versatile applications subwoofer designed to be used in a wide number of locations around the home.


The PSB SubSeries 150 is a compact, high performance subwoofer designed for multiple placement options for a variety of useful applications around the home. Its low-profile, gloss black cabinet can be wall mounted, stood vertically or placed face up under furniture such as a sofa, chair or bed. The PSB SubSeries 150 will be available in April 2015 at an affordable MSRP of $499.

Despite this sub's compact size and modest price, the PSB SubSeries 150 delivers clear, powerful deep bass. Along with ingenious PSB engineering, the sub's remarkable performance is due in part to a custom-designed 6 1Ž2" woofer with polypropylene cone and high temperature voice coil with a vented pole piece. Driving that is a robust 100W continuous amplifier with 200W of dynamic power at peak output.

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