Five subwoofers (subs) are available - the TS-WX306B, TS-WX306T, TS-WX70DA, TS-SWX3002 and TS-SWX2002. Pioneer has also lined up new amplifiers: the GM-A6704, GM-A5702, GM-A4704, and the GM-A3702, presently its best value-for-money offering.
|Source: Pioneer Electronics Asia Centre. The GM-A3702 amplifier.|
"Our subwoofers and amplifiers are a reflection of Pioneer's long history and expertise in sound reproduction. We have the unique advantage of being one of the few car audio brands which can harness the technologies and learnings from both our home entertainment and professional audio businesses," said Chiba Takao, Deputy GM, Business Planning and Marketing Division, Pioneer Electronics Asia Centre.
TS-WX70DA Active Shallow Subwoofer
The plug-and-play TS-WX70DA is the first active (powered) shallow subwoofer that incorporates Digital Bass Control. This proprietary Pioneer technology features two selectable bass modes, coupled with a compact backloaded horn enclosure design, ensures superior bass quality and installation flexibility.
TS-WX306B and TS-WX306T Box and Tube Subwoofers
The TX-WX306B box subwoofer and its cylindrical TS-WX306T counterpart are not only more affordable than ever, but also share a new-look grille. protecting the onboard speaker driver.
TS-SWX2002 and TS-SWX3002 Shallow Subwoofers
|Source: Pioneer Electronics Asia Centre. The 8" TS-SWX2002 Shallow Subwoofer.|
To cater for smaller city cars, Pioneer has developed the 8" TS-SWX2002 and 12" TS-SWX3002. These compact subwoofers also come with a factory-optimised enclosure.
GM-A Series Amplifiers
Retailing in two- and four-channel configurations from 500W to 1,000W, the maximum power output of all models has been upgraded by up to 30% while providing distortion-free music playback even at high volumes.
The new 2017 Pioneer subwoofers and amplifiers are now available at Pioneer authorised dealers*.
*As actual product availability varies by country, contact the local Pioneer office for more information. Pioneer warns that certain operations of devices while driving in selected countries may be illegal. Where such regulations apply, they must be obeyed. Pioneer also advises drivers not to use their Pioneer systems if doing so will divert their attention in any way from the safe operation of their vehicles.