• Earthquake Evolved Class D amplifier
• 8 “Earthquake xtra long-throw woofer
• 320 watts pink noise
• Frequency Response: 30-160 Hz
• Standard room correction
• 0-180 degree phase adjustment
• 50-100 Hz frequency adjustment
• Volume Control
• RCA inputs.
• Auto on / off
• Speaker power input-output
• Removable grill
• Rubber stabilizing feet
Dimensions 26*25*28 (H*W*D cm)
Detailed information on the built-in ME320-V2 amplifier. The MiniME V2 subwoofer amplifier (plate amp) is the market leader in power and quality. No subwoofer in its class offers more power and more features.
Developed and rationally produced in Earthquakes own factory enables high performance at this breakthrough low price.
The amplifier output section is built around Earthquakes Evolved Class D amplifier technology. It uses an efficient and base-optimized switch-routine yielding unusually powerful control over the high-emf XLT woofer. The amplifier is equipped with four high ampere discrete switching devices for high and continuous current.
No cheap monolith output modules here.
The oversized 320 watt Evolved class D amplifier has an efficiency of 90% which means that the amplifier does not get warm even in harsh and continuous operation. Earthquakes unique Class D design is distinguished by high performance and superb bass control. Even the most complex source material being reproduced accurately and articulated.
The power supply in the amplifier is based on Earthquakes Triple Triangle Constant Power Transfer Technology. It is an advanced industrial switch mode power supply technology inherited from Earthquakes military power supplies. It guarantees constant high performance even during extreme use, with minimal power loss and heat generation.
Stylish & Front-firing
With the introduction of MiniMe-FF8-V2 (Front Firing) there is now a high performance subwoofer that can be placed without concern for bass port or passive device. FF8-V2 is built in a pressure chamber housing and can be placed in a corner or a cut-in in the wall.
Closed cabinet design put great demands on the cabinet. Both the cabinet woofer and amplifier must be dimensioned to operate in a high pressure environment. FF8-V2 is equipped with an over sized Earthquake High EMF XLT (xtra long throw) woofer to ensure powerful and pulsed output.
The cabinet is solidly constructed of solid 22mm MDF, this powerful design guarantees high sound quality and long life even with hard use.
This compact subwoofer is the ideal choice for the discerning user who wants an elegant stylish subwoofer without compromising performance and power.
Luxury finishes The MiniMe V2 is covered in deep luxurious black piano lacquer. The cabinet finish begins with a thorough sanding and priming followed by multiple applications of black lacquer with additional fine sanding between layers. The cabinet is then finished with a smooth, high gloss clear coat. The elegant piano lacquer complements its compact modern design and in a sculptural way adds finesse and exclusivity to your home.
Excess Power MiniMe-FF8-V2 is equipped with an over sized 320-watt Class D amplifier. The advanced Class D technology has an efficiency of 90% which means that the amplifier does not get hot even with hard and continuous operation. Earthquake’s unique Evolved Class D design is distinguished by high performance and superb bass control. Even the most complex source material is reproduced articulate and precise.
Stroke, dynamics and control The XLT (Xtra Long Throw) woofer in MiniMe effectively translates electrical energy into movement. The strong mechanical design is the result of radical over dimensioning of all components. The XLT motor structure allows extreme movement, without physical deformation or reduced reactive electromagnetic coupling. The strong reactive electromagnetic coupling ensures that the device remains compression less and the very mobile suspension will not slow it mechanically. The intelligent and robust design means that the woofer is always electrically controlled by the amplifier. The result is superior transient response and dynamics.