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Wharfedale WH-D10 Powered Subwoofer - White

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Wharfedale WH-D10 Powered Subwoofer - White

  • Low pass filter slope continuously adjustable from 40Hz – 150Hz

  • Phase invert switch

  • Low-frequency bass extension (below 30Hz), with a wide 86dB dynamic range

  • Low-level inputs, dedicated LFE input

  • Auto power sensor

S$399.00
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Dynamic, Fast, Authoritative, Intense, and Refined Sound: Wharfedale WH-D10 Subwoofer Delivers Incredible Performance and Taut Bass, Perfectly Complements Diamond 200 Series

Given its modest cost, you wouldn't expect to find a custom-designed balanced-drive power amplifier with a 300W peak power output in the active Wharfedale WH-D10 subwoofer. And you might not anticipate hearing tightly focused bass played with a combination of authority, punch, attack, quickness, and refinement not associated with subwoofers anywhere near this price class. Yet, just like the award-winning Diamond 200 Series of loudspeakers it flawlessly complements, WH-D10 is built to impress at a cost many music lovers can afford. Cognizant of looks, high-gloss lacquered front baffles and cosmetically enhanced veneers turn WH-D10 an aesthetic beauty. But you probably won't spend much time staring at WH-D10 given its ability to seamlessly blend into the room.

Equally great on both music and movies, the dynamically astute WH-D10 counts a 10-inch long-throw woofer, continuously adjustable low-pass filter slope, low-level inputs, and dedicated LFE input among a simplified arsenal assembled with one goal in mind: Emotionally engaging, tonally realistic, heart-pumping performance that turns your A/V system into an escapist retreat.

Technical Specifications

Additional Information

Colour White
Warranty 1 year (local)
Product Weight (g) 14000
Availability Available
Product Type Subwoofer
Style/Type Desktop
Frequency Response (Hz) 35Hz - 150Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) >85dB
Input Connectivity RCA
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