The W200 is a powder keg for bass, primed with the precision-crafted ordinance of twin drivers and a potent 220W DSP controlled Class D amplifier. It powers a side-firing 10” long throw C-CAM bass driver equipped with a huge, dual stack magnet system. Complementing the active driver is a 10” Auxiliary Bass Radiator (ABR), the two working in tandem to generate the output and scale normally associated with ported designs, but with the fast accurate transient response of a sealed box. Select ‘music’, ‘movie’ and ‘impact’ pre-set response curves using a back-panel switch.
• C-CAM cone technology
• 10” flat ABR (Auxiliary Bass Radiator)
• Tuned for tight, fast bass punch
• 220watt class-D power amplifier
• DSP providing accurate filter characteristics
• Advanced limiters designed to ensure the W200 never loses control.
• 3 x pre-set bass modes (Music, Movie, Impact)
• 12V trigger input – ensures W200 switches on and off with other equipment.
• Heavy duty MDF construction
• Discreet black cloth finish.
For open environments sound quality can be further enhanced through the use of a sealed ABR (Auxiliary Bass Radiator). The ABR works like a piston moving back and forth generated by the movement of the air via the motion of the mid/bass driver inside the sealed cabinet. This makes the ABR ultimately act like a conventional port resulting in superior low frequency punch and extra penetration whilst keeping the elements at bay.
C-CAM® Bass Drivers
Refined over many years by Monitor Audio, Ceramic-Coated Aluminium/Magnesium is used as a driver cone material for all our speaker designs from the mid-market models up. Originally developed by the aerospace industry for jet engine components, C-CAM's properties are ideal for loudspeaker cones being extremely rigid, yet light enough to yield high overall efficiency. C-CAM bass drivers are able to resist the bending distortion imposed by sudden and extreme bass excursions to reproduce very clean, deep and dynamic bass frequencies. Conventional cone materials are more likely to flex in operation, producing a significant level of audible distortion.