At last: A high-end wireless subwoofer


I have to be honest, I’m not sure how many high end customers are really demanding for their speakers to be wireless. If you are in that group and have $1200 dedicated to a subwoofer, then here is some good news.



The subwoofer is a round design, a mere 7.7 inches thick, and yet it still manages to go deep into the bass. When it’s vertically oriented, it stands 15.4 inches tall, or if you prefer, it can be horizontally oriented. The subwoofer sports front- and rear-mounted 10-inch woofers. However, only the front woofer is powered by the 250-watt onboard digital amplifier; the rear woofer produces bass passively, motivated by the internal air pressure created by the movement of the front woofer. I think it’s one of the coolest-looking subwoofers around.