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The latest version of the SuperOne provides the same terrific sonics of the SuperZero with enough bass response such that a subwoofer becomes truly optional.
Compact, with Sealed Enclosure for Lifelike Bass
At just 11.6 inch tall, 7.25 inch wide, and 8.5 inch deep, the SuperOne 2.1 is very compact. However, unlike most small speakers, which try to fool you with boomy, pseudo-bass from a port, the SuperOne 2.1’s acoustic suspension (sealed) enclosure focuses on making beautiful, lifelike midrange and high frequencies with surprisingly musical bass.
Build quality is stunning and what you’ve learned to expect. The compact, well-braced cabinet is naturally strong and stout. Stronger than larger boxes. As a result, it doesn’t have the to deal with the box vibrations that interfere with the critical midrange performance of its counterparts. The speaker’s narrow front face is almost all speaker, providing remarkable imaging and detail.
Better than an Update
No mere update, the SuperOne 2.1 makes some subtle improvements compared to its predecessor. Specifically, NHT added a 2nd/3rd order crossover, effectively blocking more of the bass that tries to sneak into the tweeter, and a newly revised woofer. These small changes significantly lower distortion, tighten bass response and improve power handling making the SuperOne sound even better than the original.
More Improvements Inside
The SuperOne 2.1 sports a 6.5 inch long throw pulp cone woofer and a 1 inch silk dome tweeter. It features a lower crossover point at 2.4kHz than the original using a 12 dB/octave LP and a 18 dB/octave HP.
- Bookshelf 2-way speaker delivers true audiophile-quality sound
- Sealed enclosure for deep, lifelike, musical bass
- 6.5-inch long throw pulp cone woofer
- 1-inch silk dome tweeter
- Compact, well-braced cabinet virtually eliminates resonance