BM9S

BM9S

The BM9S is designed according to the strict BM series specifications. With a 10" woofer and 200 Watts of power, and virtually minute dimensions, this sub is tailor-made to take care of even the most comprehensive challenges where space is scarce.

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Introduction

The BM9S is designed according to the strict BM series specifications. With a 10" woofer and 200 Watts of power, and virtually minute dimensions, this sub is tailor-made to take care of even the most comprehensive challenges where space is scarce.

Being every bit as versatile as the rest of the BM series, BM9S is a very competent partner for smaller stereo and multichannel setups, giving a very powerful system for even the most demanding users across the globe.

The Auto On/Off function, provides a minimized idle energy usage by shutting off after minutes of no input signal. The auto sensing circuit enables BM9S to automatically come to life when input signal is detected.

The satellite filters that this sub sports, provides high-pass filtering of the monitor source signal allowing 60Hz or 80Hz corner frequencies.

This is a huge advantage for the monitor performance, as the satellites do not need to deal with power consuming lower frequencies. This leaves all the satellite power to greatly accelerate performance and precision.

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BM9S

Specifications

  • Status Discontinued
  • Segment Pro
  • Series Subwoofers
  • Type Subwoofer
  • Analog inputs XLR
  • Analog outputs 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
  • Amplifier Power (W) 300W
  • AC Power Input 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
  • Max Power Consumption (W) 300
  • Lower Cutoff (Hz @85 dB +/- 3 dB) 29
  • Upper Cutoff (Hz @ 85dB +/- 3 dB) 250
  • Box Principle Sealed

Reviews

BM Compact mk III and BM9S II review in Audio Media International


BM Compact mk III and BM9S II review in Audio Media International
We have been fortunate enough to have Alistair McGhee from Audio Media International review our BM Compact Mk III and BM9S II.

Audio Media International

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    The BM series

    • Status:
    • Segment:
    • Series:
    • Type:
    • Analog inputs:
    • Analog outputs:
    • Amplifier Power (W):
    • AC Power Input:
    • Max Power Consumption (W):
    • Lower Cutoff (Hz @85 dB +/- 3 dB):
    • Upper Cutoff (Hz @ 85dB +/- 3 dB):
    • Box Principle:
    • BM12S
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • BM Legacy
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR, RCA
    • 250W
    • 480
    • 18
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM 14S
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 300
    • 18
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM14S II
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 18
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM 9S
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 300
    • 29
    • 250
    • Sealed
    • BM9S II
    • Discontinued
    • Pro
    • Subwoofers
    • Subwoofer
    • XLR
    • 1x XLR Slave out, 2x XLR SAT out
    • 300W
    • 100-120 V/200-240 V 50/60 Hz
    • 29
    • 250
    • Sealed

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