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The mid-range passive subwoofer that can add great depth to music, film and television whilst remaining easy to install into a ceiling or into cabinetry.
Using a 4th order bandpass design, the ALF80 can play at high level and with great depth whilst only having a small circular visible vent into the room.
Built in filtering and protection circuits mean that the ALF80 can be powered from a 150W amplifier delivering full-bandwidth content.
The entry-level passive bass-enhancer that can add warmth to music and television whilst remaining easy to install into a ceiling or into cabinetry.
Using a 4th order bandpass design, the ALF40 can play at medium level whilst only having a small circular visible vent into the room.
Built in filtering and protection circuits mean that the ALF40 can be powered from a 60W amplifier delivering full-bandwidth content.
All Amina subwoofers and bass enhancers can have their port location adjusted, giving great installation flexibility. The ability to adjust port location allows the unit to be installed in with an appropriate cabinet orientation to suit construction restraints. ALF40 and ALF120 have two port location options (end and front-fire), ALF80 has three port location options (end, side and front-fire).
The passive subwoofer that can play the loudest and lowest whilst remaining easy to install into a wall or ceiling.
Using a Distributed Transmission Line design with an array of 4″ drivers, the ALF120 packs a punch while staying incredibly slim. At only 118mm thin and 345mm wide, it is designed to fit into a cavity wall or ceiling.
Requiring a DSP amplifier (or suitable system processor), the ALF120 can play down to 27Hz at 111dB at 1m from just 50W. This makes the subwoofer perfect for great music systems but also media rooms and home theatres.
Rayno sits on the board of Directors as a shareholder. He has been with the company since 2003, originally working as an employee in the position of Sales Manager. At that time it was a far smaller enterprise, consisting of 1 branch with 6 staff members. In 2008 the original owner sold the company to the van Heerden family, who officially took over as of May 2008 and have since managed to grow it into what it is today.
Rayno has created and maintained excellent relationships with motor manufacturers.
Thanks to him, Planetworld is a supplier to the likes of Nissan, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Ford, Subaru, Datsun, KIA, Haval and Toyota to mention a few. Along with his team, Rayno sources products then, working closely with the manufacturer, helps develop and customise them to suit the South African market. To date, he has created inhouse brands – OneNav, Planet Multimedia, Smart Mirror and TyreTech.
Rayno credits his obsession with service and his dedication to customer satisfaction to his 15-year career as a waiter. He’s always had an adventurous side enjoying hobbies such as hang gliding, skateboarding, surfing and trail running. As per family tradition, Rayno loves his music and plays a number of instruments, even having composed a few of his own original songs.