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Q Acoustics 2070 Subwoofer

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Unusually at its price level, the Model 2070 subwoofer is a completely DSP (Digital Signal Processing) driven system with highly efficient class D amplification. However this has meant we have been able to achieve an advanced level of functionality, as well as optimising the sonic performance, by undertaking all filtering and limiting completely in the digital domain. An example is the 'Speaker Type' function switch, which alters the characteristic of the subwoofer's frequency response at the crossover point. This allows the subwoofer to be optimised for use with either 'ported' speakers, like the rest of the Q Acoustics range, or infinite baffle models. Read more...

The subwoofer's twin 170mm bespoke drive units are driven by two matched mono power amplifiers, producing a combined 140 watts. However the switched mode power supply consumes a mere 2 watts when in 'Standby' mode.

Product Code: #QA2070-M
Q Acoustics
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2000 Series
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If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase you can return the item(s) to us within 7 working days from receipt and we will issue a full refund. This includes any delivery charge but excludes the cost of return postage. Items can only be returned or exchanged provided they are in a re-saleable condition. Please view our Easy Returns page for our full returns policy.

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