The Sub6 Be is an active subwoofer (1 x 350W rms buit-in amplifier BASH technology) for professional monitoring sytems.
The driver is a 11 inch Focal with a W sandwich composite cone loaded by a large section laminar port.
It can be used both as LFE channel in a surround system or as a bass or sub-bass complement in a stereo system (2.1 or 2.2).
Therefore it includes all the features (with easy settings) to achieve this task, such as a stereo high pass filter (75 or 100Hz) for the left and right satellites, low pass filter (adjustable) with mono summation, phase inverter, phase fine tuning, mute switch, 2.1 bypass with a footswitch remote control (not included), etc..
Frequency response: 30Hz - 250Hz
Maximum SPL: 116dB SPL (peak @ 1m)
Right, left, LFE
Type / Impedance: Electronically balanced / 10 kOhmsConnector: XLR 3 points socketSensitivity: Adjustable
Outputs (towards satellites)
Type/Impedance: Electronically balanced / 50 OhmsConnector: XLR 3 points plug
Signal internal treatment and functions
Mono right/left summationLFE + mono low-pass24dB / octavePhase adjustmentPolarity selection switchSwitch high-pass filter, cut-off frequency selection
24dB / octave
Adjustable subwoofer levelLow-pass cut-off frequency settingPhase adjustmentPolarity adjustmentSubwoofer switch (mute)2.1 "Bypass" (external remote control)High-pass frequency selectionReleasable high-pass
Power OnSubwoofer switch(mute)Released high-pass
Local supply: 230V (1.6A fuse) or 115V (3.15A fuse)Connection: Removable CEI supply wire
11W7670, 105/8" (27cm) Focal "W" composite sandwich cone driver
Construction: 71/2" (19mm) MDF panels
Finish: Dark red natural veneering side panels, black body
Dimensions (HxLxD): 1415/16 x 139/16 x 175/16" (380mm x 344mm x 440mm)
Weight: 50.7lb (23kg)
Geoff Allan VO
April 30, 2017
Focal Sub6 Be matched up with Focal Twin 6 pair
A refined, polished, upfront, uncolored sound now complemented by the fantastically rich bass of the Sub6 Be. The berilium tweeter of the Twin 6 pair projects high notes with such delivery the hair of the cochlea get tickled. Really.