Audac takes the wraps off Noba
Audac’s latest subwoofer is a subwoofer with a twist. Named Noba, ascetically it looks more like a full-range cabinet than sub, thanks to its curved shaped and very compact dimensions, both of which permit the enclosure to be wall-mounted. The enclosure is constructed from 4mm-thick aircraft grade aluminium and packs an 8-inch woofer with 300W power output. The integrated Class-D also makes 150W of power available for each of the top speaker inputs.
‘When the idea for developing the Noba arose over three years ago, we didn’t want just another active bass cabinet to be hidden in the room’s darkest corner,’ reasoned product manager Stijn Vandebosch.
The new cabinet uses Audac’s WaveDynamics technology, which allows users to set up the optimal acoustic configuration by loading their preferred audio settings through the onboard USB port. The Noba sub can be paired with Audac’s Ateo2 full-range speakers and also benefits from an energy star rating thanks to its green credentials.