Joey Roth’s desktop speakers ($495) made a splash with both the audio and design set thanks to their ceramic construction and striking silhouette. Now he’s released a matching companion subwoofer ($695+), expanding the system’s frequency response down to 40Hz.
Just like the speakers, the Joey Roth subwoofer is crafted from simple, refined materials including stainless steel, porcelain and Baltic birch plywood, housing a 50-watt Class D amplifier and a 6.5-inch neodymium driver. Integrating the new component is as easy as connecting a single RCA cable to the desktop speaker’s existing small amp. It’s not the cheapest rumble box on the market, but if you bought the desktop speakers, a couple of extra benjamins are all that hold you back now.
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