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Wilson Audio Thors Hammer Subwoofer

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Subwoofers are de rigueur in home theater systems, but their history at Wilson Audio long predates theater surround systems. Dave Wilson's first commercial product, the multi-cabinet WAMM®, represented his effort to build a speaker capable of reproducing the full range of music, including ...Read more

Subwoofers are de rigueur in home theater systems, but their history at Wilson Audio long predates theater surround systems. Dave Wilson's first commercial product, the multi-cabinet WAMM®, represented his effort to build a speaker capable of reproducing the full range of music, including those lowest organ notes.

Manufacturer Site Link: Wilson Audio Thors Hammer

Brand: Wilson AudioWilson Audio £ 28,998.00 each


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The WAMM employed two six-foot tall bass cabinets. Dave understood from the beginning that—when it comes to reproducing the lowest frequencies with dynamic realism and without distortion—there is no substitute for moving large volumes of air. Utilizing and expanding upon the woofer technologies first developed for the WATCH Dog Passive Subwoofer, state-of-the-art, subterranean bass and impact is now possible in a relatively compact cabinet a mere five feet tall.

No other subwoofer of any technology or any configuration is capable of reproducing the bottom octave and subsonic region at the technological or musical level achieved by the Thor’s Hammer. It is truly state of the art.

Brand URL : www.wilsonaudio.com
Woofer:
Two - 15 inch Dual Spider (38.1 cm) Dual-Ported
Sensitivity:
89 dB @ 1 watt @ 1m @ 100 Hz
Nominal Impedance:
4 ohms/minimum 3.8 ohms @ 60 Hz
Frequency Response:
10 Hz - 300 Hz Room Average Response
Overall Dimensions:
Height w/o spikes – 59 inches (149.86 cm)
Width – 20 inches (50.80 cm)
Depth – 25 1/8 inches (66.4 cm)
Weight:
411 lbs. (186.43 kg)
Total System Shipping Weight (approx.):
545 lbs. (247.2 kg)