Features Of The S95 Subwoofer - Final Sound Final S95 User Manual

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5. Features of the S95 SUBWOOFER

PANEL CONTROLS (see figure 7)
The S95 subwoofer has the following features, including:
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Variable volume (level) control (Min-Max)
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Auto turn-on
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Low level line-in
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Low level line out
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Switch able power supply (110-120/220-240V user selectable)
The cabinet of the S95 uses 19mm thick high-density composite walls. The cabinet is
finished in a beautiful black satin finish.
The amplifier is a 75W RMS class A/B design. It features a large power transformer,
oversized power supply capacitors, and a large external aluminum heat sink to ensure long-
term cool operation.
The driver is a long throw 8 inch driver, heavy gauge cast aluminum basket, epoxy-reinforced
paper pulp cone. The linear motor strength curve from this motor ensures extremely low
distortion and compression over the full operating bandwidth, as well as a very high transient
response.
EXPLANATION OF PANEL CONTROLS
The Final Sound S95 subwoofer makes the most optimal match with the Final electrostatic
loudspeakers. Choosing the S95 in the Final Sound FVSS-201 DVD Receiver's menu and
choosing either the 90i, 150i or 300i electrostatic panels, will automatically set the optimal
filtering for the panels and for the subwoofer.
Standard Controls
The level control allows setting the gain of the built-in amplifier to match your main
loudspeakers. A total range of 60 dB is provided, allowing integration with nearly any
situation.
The On/Automatic switch: in the 'Automatic mode', the sub will switch on when receiving a
signal and switch off when receiving no signal after a certain amount of time. In the 'On mode'
it will stay on permanently.
The On/Off switch will apply main power to the subwoofer. Switch it 'off' during lightning or
holidays.
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