Compact Sub. Full Bodied Sound
More compact than other subwoofers in its class, Minx X301 packs a hefty 300W bass punch. Its active amplifier offers gain (volume), phase and crossover control for full integration into a complete Minx system.
Finished in a special gloss black or white lacquer, the X301 is the perfect match for home cinema systems. It’s small enough to hide in a corner, but attractive enough to leave on display.
300 Watts of Power
The most potent Minx subwoofer, X301 delivers 300 Watts of power which means it’s loud enough to add impressive bass to AV systems in medium to larger sized rooms. The 8” (200mm) powered driver adds full, rich and detailed lower frequency sounds – bringing drama to film soundtracks.
Minx X301 has an 8” (200mm) Auxiliary Bass Radiator (ABR) in addition to its primary powered driver. This means the subwoofer doesn’t require an open box or enormous cabinet to give great bass. Instead, X301 produces a rich, warm bass from within its relatively modest proportions.
Minx X301 features a range of intuitive controls like volume, phase and crossover frequency, to enable you to place it anywhere in the room and fine-tune it with other Minx speakers in your system.
Our software engineers have designed a sophisticated Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to provide real-time control of equalisation and dynamic range. This allows Minx X301 to handle more power and play louder than our previous subwoofers – resulting in a tighter bass and less distortion at high volumes.
Turns on Like Magic
Minx 301’s auto-on mode automatically powers up the unit when it detects an incoming audio signal. This means you don’t have to fiddle around to switch it on, nor worry about turning it off when the film you’re watching has finished.
Choice of Finish
Understated design ensures that no matter your interior design taste, Minx X301 is always right at home. Finished in either high-gloss black or white, X301 is beautifully subtle and unobtrusive. Its tough exterior paint finish looks stunning and resists the inevitable challenges faced by tech traditionally placed on the floor.