This is a beautiful example of a Vintage Mirage (Passive) Subwoofer that is in amazing shape considering its age (circa 1982). They are very rare from my searches on the internet. Those that know the earlier Mirage speaker line will know that they are excellent speakers that are highly regarded by many.
See technical details at the following web link:
The Subwoofer is quite large at 25-1/2 inches long, 15-1/2 inches wide, and 19 inches high. It weighs about 80 pounds. The Subwoofer's grilles are dark brown and beveled on the end next to the top of the cabinet; they can be turned over if the Subwoofer is operated in an inverted position. The cabinet is in real wood veneer as best I can make out.
The Mirage Subwoofer is a fairly large box containing two acoustically and electrically isolated 10-inch acoustic-suspension woofers (in other words, a stereo pair) and a crossover network that matches it to any of several small Mirage speakers, including the SM-.4. It can also be used with other brands of satellite speakers. Electrical separation of the two drivers is somewhat unusual, the traditional approach being to sum the low frequencies of both channels for reproduction by a single driver. The woofers are on the ends of the box near its bottom edge. The enclosure is finished on all sides, and the manufacturer states that, if required for better bass balance, the box can be turned over to increase the distance from the woofer cones to the floor.
Here is a ink to a video review I did the day I first posted this ad:
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