Item number: 4012-XXXXX

The AS-06 is the smallest passive subwoofer of the Arc series. It has been specially developed for fixed installations and optimally supports the compact fullrange speakers of the Arc, Linea and Integrato series in the low end.

Main features

  • 1 × 6.5" long excursion driver
  • 150 W nominal power rating
  • Vented enclosure with non-turbulent port design (Fohhn NTP)
  • SPL max.: 112 dB
  • Connections: 2 × 4-pin terminal
  • High-quality wooden enclosure (multiplex birch)
  • Available in RAL Classic, NCS or Pantone colors on request
  • Optionally available with weatherproof PU coating
  • Various mounting options
  • In order to ensure performance and operational safety, Fohhn system amplifiers including the correct speaker preset are required.


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Technical data

Electroacoustic features

acoustic design
vented design, NTP (Non-Turbulent Portdesign)
power rating (nominal)
150 Watt
1 × 6.5" long excursion
maximum SPL
112 dB
frequency range
40 Hz – 500 Hz
nominal impedance
4 ohms

Physical features

multiplex birch plywood
front design
acoustically transparent foam in enclosure colour
8 kg
protection grille
steel grille, ball impact resistant, powder-coated
standard colours
textured paint, black
mounting points
6 × M6 thread
2 × 4-pin terminal
dimensions (w × h × d)
approx. 300 × 210 × 380 mm

Optional features

optional weather protection
polyurethane coating, water-repellent speaker cone impregnation
optional colours
RAL Classic / NCS / Pantone on request

CAAD simulation data

simulation data
Fohhn Designer

power rating (nominal/program): according to IEC-60268-5 (long term/short term)
power rating (peak); maximum SPL: peak, 20 ms with bandpass filtered pink noise signal according to IEC 60268-2 at one octave above the lower limit of the frequency range, with speaker preset
frequency range: -10 dB under anechoic halfspace-conditions with speaker preset
weight: net weight without optional equipment

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