Watch Dog Subwoofer
Superior low frequency performance—whether as part of a home theater system, or in a two-channel music system—demands high quality, high current amplification. The active WATCH Dog certainly provides both. Nevertheless, listening tests clearly show that the most cohesive systems are those with matching amplifiers driving all of the loudspeakers, including the subwoofers.
WATCH Dog Subwoofer The new passive WATCH Dog provides the most cost-effective and flexible approach to that goal, whether in a single unit or a multiple unit configuration. Key to this flexibility is the new external WATCH Dog Controller, highlighted in the next section.
A true subwoofer, capable of clean, distortion-free sub-frequency response, has to be sufficiently large to move the volume of air which visceral frequencies require. As hard as some manufacturers may try, there’s no getting around the laws of physics on this one. The good news is, the passive WATCH Dog is 40% smaller than its predecessor, while maintaining the same internal tuned volume. So the new WATCH Dog is easier to place in your listening environment with no sacrifice in performance.
If you desire to use the WATCH Dog in a hybrid or multiple configuration system, then the external controller becomes the brains behind that flexibility, whether you’re using one subwoofer or several.
In Movie Mode, the low frequency effects output from your processor goes directly through the controller to the WATCH Dog.
Switching to Music Mode (accomplished either with a front panel toggle or a 12 volt trigger), the controller becomes a feature-rich crossover and equalizer. You can control both crossover frequency and slope. A continuously variable phase control and EQ functions complete the features necessary to seamlessly integrate a WATCH Dog with any pair of Wilson loudspeakers.
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