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In September 1964, Raymon Dones, of El Cerrito, California, received a US Patent, which was the first patent for a subwoofer. Dones' loudspeaker was marketed in the US under the trade name "The Octavium", and was utilized by several recording artists of that era, most notably the Grateful Dead, bassist Monk Montgomery, bassist Nathan East, and the Pointer Sisters. Moreover, The Octavium speaker and Dones' subwoofer technology was utilized, in a few select theaters, to reproduce low pitch frequencies for the 1974 blockbuster movie "Earthquake".
Stream music from your smartphone or tablet with Bluetooth wireless audio
Added Bass Kick
Take your movies, TV shows, and music beyond traditional stereo with a dedicated 30W subwoofer
For Music Lovers
Delivers cinematic sound for all your movies, TV shows, sports, and games—and wirelessly streams your favorite music, too
Sleek, Sytlish Design
Brings stunning, cinematic sound to any thin-profile TV without messy wires