This monster sports two 18-inch diameter drivers with a nuclear-powered ICE amplifier (just kidding on the nuclear power – but not by much…) I’ve always been curious to try a sealed design. Many such boxes trade the lowest frequencies for tighter control and greater output.
By adding driver area and cabinet volume, those subterranean tones can be included, if you have enough power. With 1700 watts continuous and 4300 watts peak, the S3601 should be able to handle anything my system can dish out.
In addition to giving you “mine’s bigger than yours” bragging rights, the Power Sound Audio S3601 is also one seriously sophisticated sub. The phrase “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” springs to mind.
The sub can rattle the ribcage on demand, but can also produce sublime pitch definition and fast, tight bass. And unlike most other subs on the market, the S3601 can work its magic in almost ANY sized room. Is it worth its $2K price? Watch for the upcoming review!