The Fathom f110v2 is the most compact subwoofer in the Fathom lineup but is fully capable of delivering stellar performance in smaller spaces. The combination of an ultra-long throw W7 10-inch driver and a very powerful switching amplifier give it the kind of output normally associated with far larger subwoofer systems.
Because it is built with the same driver and amplifier technology as our flagship Gotham®, the f110v2 delivers a tremendous level of sound quality. Low distortion, excellent dynamic capabilities and shockingly deep bass extension will allow you to experience all the excitement of the most demanding cinematic material, while also being able to reproduce all the nuance and texture of your most delicate musical material.
A complete set of signal processing features is easily accessible on the front surface of every Fathom. These include a highly flexible low-pass filter, variable phase, switchable polarity, e.l.f. trim and our powerful Digital Automatic Room Optimization (D.A.R.O.) system. A calibrated microphone is included for the D.A.R.O. system. Input connections are made via unbalanced RCA connections or balanced Neutrik® combo XLR/TRS jacks. Also included is an XLR output to connect a second Fathom® as a slave unit.
Enclosure Type: Sealed
Enclosure Finish: Black Gloss
Frequency Response (Anechoic): 27 - 111 Hz (±1.5dB)
-3 dB at 25 Hz / 120 Hz
-10 dB at 19 Hz / 155 Hz
Effective Piston Area (Sd): 60 sq in / 0.0387 sq m
Effective Displacement: 160 cu in / 2.6 L
Amplifier Power: 1.1 kW RMS short-term
Power Mode(s): Off, On or Automatic (Signal-Sensing)
Light Modes: Off, On or Dim
Width (W): 12.92 in / 328 mm
Height (H): 15.64 in / 397 mm
Depth (D): 17.27 in / 439 mm
Net Weight: 69 lb / 31 kg
Note: Height dimensions include feet.
It's rare that I come across a product that I can't find something not to like about, but that is where I find myself with regards to JL Audio's Fathom f110 subwoofer. It's the subwoofer I would choose for any reference two-channel or home theater system regardless of price. Recommended? Hell yes. more...
With powerful, very-low-frequency extension worthy of a home-theater system, the Fathom f110 proved fast and agile enough to keep up with one of the fastest speakers I’ve heard. It’s not the cheapest 10” subwoofer on the market, but I challenge you to find a better one at its price -- or at any price. more...