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Joey Roth Ceramic Subwoofer

We've been more than happy with Joey Roth's Ceramic Speakers, but if you're looking for a bit more oomph than what they can provide, pair them with his new Ceramic Subwoofer ($700). Sporting the same clean white design as the speakers, the sub contains a 6.5-inch driver that's complemented by a passive radiator and is powered by a 50 watt Class D amplifier that sits in the simple stainless steel base. Available on its own or paired with the speakers for an extra $400.

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