Bose F1 Subwoofer – Doneo Malta
With 1,000 watts of power, the Bose® F1 Subwoofer packs all the performance of a larger bass box into a more compact design that’s easier to carry and fits in a car. A mounting stand for the Bose F1 Model 812 Flexible Array Loudspeaker is integrated right into the body of the subwoofer, so you always know where it is, making setup fast and easy. The stand even includes cable channels to neatly hide the wires, giving your system a clean, professional look. And now getting your unit to the venue is easier, too. The F1 Subwoofer features strategically placed handles for easy transport.
1,000 watts allow the Bose F1 Subwoofer to pack all the performance of a larger bass box into a more compact design that’s lighter and easier to carry than conventional subwoofers.
Two high-excursion drivers, each measuring 10 inches, are built into a compact enclosure that is light and easy to transport
Polarity switch to adjust polarity of subwoofer. Selections are NORM and REV. Reversing polarity allows for easy correction of low-frequency overlap between the main loudspeaker and subwoofer
Line output EQ sets the F1 Subwoofer’s output to a high-pass filter or full range, which allows for easy crossover selection when used with a main loudspeaker
F1 Model 812 extension bracket is a unique bracket integrated into the subwoofer. This bracket can be raised and lowered by the end user, allowing the F1 Model 812 loudspeaker to be safely mounted to the subwoofer. The bracket eliminates the need for a conventional pole mount or tripod stand
- Live music performances
- Bands of all styles
- Solo musicians
- Mobile DJs
- Houses of worship
- Schools and universities
- Resorts and hospitality venues
- Business presentations
Flex Array Shapes
Use the straight pattern when the audience is standing and their heads are approximately at the same height as the loudspeaker.
The reverse-J pattern is good for an audience in raked seating that starts at loudspeaker height and extends above the top of the loudspeaker.
The J pattern works well when the loudspeaker is up on a raised stage and the audience is seated below on the floor.
Use the C pattern for raked seating in an auditorium when the first row is on the floor with the loudspeaker.
Frequency Response (-3 dB)
40 Hz – 250 Hz
Frequency Range (-10 dB)
38 Hz – 250 Hz
Maximum SPL @ 1 m
130 dB SPL (peak 6 dB CF)
1,000 W (500+500)