V3601

  • Push your theater to its limits with the V3601 home theater powered subwoofer. This powerful vented home theater subwoofer delivers clean dynamic output deep into the lowest frequencies. You will stop wondering if you bought enough subwoofer once you hear the V3601.

  • Design Vented
    Drivers Two 18" High Excursion
    Powered Yes
    Amp 1700W RMS (4300W PEAK)
    Enclosure CNC machined MDF
    Frequency Response 16Hz-200Hz +/-3dB
    In-Room Extension 11Hz-14Hz
    Size (DxWxH) 22" x 20" x 44" with grille
    Weight 196 lbs




Unleash your home theater

Create the very best home theater experience with a powered subwoofer from Power Sound Audio. Energize your room with fast, dynamic bass and cinema quality sound.


  • The V3601 subwoofer is powered by a 1700W RMS (4300W PEAK) built-in amplifier with ICEpower® audio technology. A DSP based feature board includes the essential controls to properly integrate the subwoofer into your system.

    The MDF enclosure is heavily braced and assembled with rabbet joints for strong structural integrity. The enclosure is finished with a non-reflective and extremely durable textured material. An acoustically transparent fabric grille covers both front-firing 18 inch subwoofer drivers. A high flow slot port with an egde radius is located just below the bottom driver on the front baffle. The amplifier is mounted on the rear baffle.

    The V3601 contains two 18 inch subwoofer drivers, which are capable of moving massive amounts of air. The 1.75 inch surround and poly cotton semi-progressive, high excursion spider allow the cone to move more than 2 inches peak to peak. The cast aluminum frame is mounted to the extremely linear and dynamic motor system, which provides the power to drive the cone in a symmetrical motion.

  • V3601 Frequency Response

    The frequency response graph shows how the subwoofer will sound for a given input frequency or tone. Accurate reproduction of the source material is achieved with a flat frequency response as shown in the graph.


    V3601 Compression

    The compression graph indicates how the output of the subwoofer changes as the input signal increases.


    16Hz - 25Hz: 125.2 dB
    31Hz - 50Hz: 132.5 dB
    63Hz - 100Hz: 135.3 dB
    16Hz - 100Hz: 132.0 dB

    V3601 Output

    The V3601 output numbers are acquired by using the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ Standard, ANSI/CTA-2010-B - Standard Method of Measurement for Subwoofers, formerly known as CEA-2010.


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