|Price incl. VAT||£264.13|
|Price excl. VAT||£220.11|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Wireless subwoofer can elevate your television audio-visual experience to a whole new level. With his distinctive bass rendition delivers movies and games right bang atmosphere . It is beautifully crafted and not very big, but it hides an advanced woofer, which have been used in technological advancements for the most impressive bass reproduction.
The cone speaker with mica diaphragm and foam hexagonal pattern reduces distortion and provides a sensitive bass response. Subwoofer sound automatically adjusts tailor specific model BRAVIA TV , And it does not matter how much power they have your speakers. The casing is made from 18 mm thick medium density fibreboard and creates a rich, natural sound.
Connection is via the headphone output and the supplied USB drive into the USB port on the TV. Set-pass filter is made directly to the TV and after completing the TV remote control, you can control everything at once. To manually edit some audio settings such as the relative volume level of the subwoofer cut-off frequency or phase, you can use the normal driver.
Models Series BRAVIA W/X 2014
Output: Reference: 100 W (4 ohm, 100 Hz) Rated: 70 W (4 ohms, 100 Hz, 1% THD)
Speaker type: Wireless subwoofer
Speaker System: Closed
Speaker Enclosure Type: Medium density fiberboard
Active/passive speaker: Active
Speaker Unit: 200mm cone type
Housing Material Speaker: Medium density fiberboard
Speaker Impedance: 4 ohms
Speaker Volume Control: Yes (TV menu)
Subwoofer X-over: yes (TV menu)
Check phasing: yes (TV menu)
Night Mode: Yes (TV menu)
Standard wireless network: Wireless Audio specification (version 3.0)
Wireless Frequency: 5.2/5.8 GHz band (depending on the country)
Transmitting power: max. 18 mW
During operation: 30 W
Standby: 0.5 W or less
Subwoofer: 272 x 306 x 395 mm
Wireless transmitter/receiver: 19 x 27 x 91 mm
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