Wireless subwoofers are nothing new, but the latest one from KEF has a funky design, that makes it look like a UFO – the KEF HTB2SE-W Wireless Subwoofer.
Packing a formidable array of KEF’s revolutionary wireless technologies, the distinctive and surprisingly compact cast aluminium enclosure of the HTB2SE-W 250W houses a class D amp driving a 10-inch or 250mm LF driver and a matching passive bass radiator. In addition to experiencing visceral bass punch while retaining the delicacy to convey subtle effects with unerring accuracy, HTB2SE-W gives you all the convenience of wireless operation – no cables to embed or trail across the room, and no complicated set-up. With SmartBass functionality, your system will be operational in minutes.
The HTB2SE-W also features KEF’s advanced signal transmission and processing technologies that eliminates unwanted mutes, dropouts or loss of bonding as well as interference from your other electronics.
Product specifications at a glance:
Drive Units 1 x 250mm (10in.), 1 x 250mm (10in.) ABR
Internal Volume 15 litres
Frequency Range 30Hz – 150Hz
Weight 11.9kg (26.2lbs)
Vertical: 390 x 440 x 195 mm (15.4 H x 17.3 W x 7.7 in. D)
Horizontal: 227 x 440 x 385 mm (8.9 H x 17.3 W x 15.2 in. D)
Max SPL 110dB
Frequency Band 2.4-2.4835GHz (ISM Band)
Data Rate Up to 1.1Mbps
Transmission Protocol AAFHSS
Sensitivity 80dB typical
Transmitter Module Dimensions 147 x 79 x 79 mm (5.8 H x 3.1 W x 3.1 in. D)
The KEF HTB2SE-W Wireless Subwoofer will go on sale this month for about $1200. Well, quite a lot for a subwoofer, but it does have a really cool design that would look great in any geeks place. You can also go for the KEF HTB2BL (SE) Powered Subwoofer (Black) available at Amazon.com.
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