The Atmos subwoofer has an automatic equalization system which will tailor the subwoofer output to compensate for any room effects. Great bass performance through thick and thin. The role of any Surround is to keep the woofer on the straight and narrow as it moves back and forth. The straighter the woofer -- the better the fidelity. To best accommodate the longer ‘throw’ of the Atmos woofer, Sunfire engineers designed a unique Asymmetrical Cardiod Surround. The ACS got its name because of the varying thickness of the wall of the surround from one side to the other. So what does this all mean to you? It means the ACS allows up to 1.8 inches of ‘throw’ with tight, well defined bass that combines extreme output with very low distortion and a quality of sound that is unique to Atmos. Another state-of-the-art advancement artfully executed and timelessly designed.
Remember David and Goliath? Sunfire’s custom-designed 6.5” woofer handily outperforms every other similarly sized woofer in the world. But, did we mention it also
takes on -- and beats -- virtually all of the industry’s 10 and 12 inch models too? Extremely high output, remarkable fidelity and superior control--never bet against the little guy.
It’s a story of epic proportions. A woofer of such magnitude produces stratospheric back-pressures--often as high as 24.4 PSI. That’s good for sound--but it’s also very bad for most cabinets. Which is why Atmos runs cool and reliable with a beautifully designed, incredibly tough and improbably small Aluminum cabinet that looks good anywhere.
Magnetic attraction. All voice coils deliver magnetic energy to their woofers. But, the Atmos voice coil goes one step further. Its atypical design features a unique combination of massive size and very light weight that delivers the punch and detail required for extremely accurate bass response. And isn’t that exactly what
you want your subwoofer to do?
Plays well with others. For some, there’s no such thing as too much bass. And nobody agrees with this more than the designers at Sunfire. Which is why they built Atmos with conveniently located master/slave connectors. With just one wire, you can easily add a second Atmos sub for enough bass to satisfy even the most ambitious
thrill-seeker. Could that be you?