Bowers & Wilkins ASW 610XP completes 600 Series family


Bowers & Wilkins, have been a distinguished name for their high-performance loudspeakers for quite sometime now. Now the popular 600 Series family adds a new subwoofer, the ASW 610XP, that delivers reference performance .This contraption is really cool and you don’t have to underestimate its performance by its size. The new ASW 610XP utilizes a single 10-inch driver in a carefully calculated sealed enclosure, with substantial power, to surprising results: flat response to 25 Hz (-3 dB) with useful bass extension to 18 Hz (-6 dB), and impressively powerful and dynamic output potential. You can feel the beat with these subs as its “extra powerful” amplifier, a very competent, audiophile-grade Class D design that delivers a true 500 watts to the sub’s operating band.

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It can never get better than this, it’s the perfect possession for an audiophile and for those who think it should look as good as it sounds; today is your lucky day. The newest Bowers & Wilkins sub is available in Black Ash, Red Cherry, or Wenge vinyl-woodgrain finishes and looks ethereal. Get into the groove for $1,200 each.

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