An ideal companion to the Sceptre™ active reference monitors, the Temblor T10 subwoofer complements full-range monitors without overshadowing them, extending the reach of your full-range system’s low end with a musical and natural approach.
Powerful and musical, Temblor features high-quality components and design that enable it to deliver fast and accurate transient response, extending low frequencies without a hint of “tubbiness” or overshoot. Designed for recording studios, the Temblor T10 is a front-firing active subwoofer with a 10-inch glass-composite driver, built-in crossover, high-temperature voice coil, and damped rubber surround. Its cabinet features a front-firing, bass-reflex acoustic port and optimized, resonance-suppressing internal bracing. The enclosure has integrated, gravity-calibrated rubber feet for stable placement.
In addition to outstanding accuracy and a frequency response that ranges from 20 Hz to 130 Hz, this combination of features enables the T10 to produce higher volume—up to 113 dB SPL—with less power than a sealed-box design. But make no mistake, the T10 has plenty of juice: 250 watts of Class AB power.
The Temblor’s extensive user controls include input gain (-30 dB to +6 dB, continuously variable) and a continuously variable lowpass filter (50 Hz to 130 Hz) that let you create a seamless crossover transition between your full-range studio monitors and subwoofer for a more accurate listening environment. A switchable highpass filter removes frequency content below 80 Hz from the full-range signal sent from the Temblor’s outputs to the main monitors, avoiding destructive cancellation and reinforcement in the subwoofer’s upper range. The result is a subwoofer that can be adjusted to perfectly complement not only Sceptre studio monitors but virtually any studio monitor.
T10 Ins and Outs
The Temblor T10 provides a choice of three input pairs: two sets of balanced inputs (XLR and ¼” TRS) and one pair of RCA unbalanced inputs. Pairs of inputs are provided in order to accept a stereo signal from your audio source. When both of the balanced connections are in use, the TRS inputs will take precedence over the XLR inputs. The RCA inputs will sum into either balanced connection.
You get two pairs of balanced outputs: XLR and ¼” TRS. The full-range signal connected to the stereo inputs on the T10 is passed through to these outputs so you can connect them to your main left and right studio monitors. If the High Pass Filter switch is engaged, frequencies below 80 Hz are not sent from these outputs. The T10 also has a balanced XLR output that sends the low-frequency signal from the lowpass filter to a second Temblor T10 for the ultimate in smooth low end.