The Bronze W10’s long-throw 10” C-CAM subwoofer driver combines with the 10” auxiliary bass radiator to bring a vivid realism to any performance.
Our engineers have acoustically improved the driver and bass radiator by reducing the moving masses and tuning the compliances in the system to improve the transient response - kick drums and explosions will have much more punch and precision. Reduced moving mass and improved rubber feet allows more energy to be transmitted directly into the room rather than being lost through mechanical vibrations through the floor and walls.
The Bronze W10 is a stunning addition to any room.
Long-throw 10” (250 mm) driver featuring ‘dished’ C-CAM
10” (250 mm) flat panel Auxiliary Bass Radiator (ABR) positioned underneath the unit
Class D amplifier with high current Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPSU)
Uniform Dispersion (UD) Waveguide
The curved profile of the waveguide has been optimised with the help of Finite Element Analysis in order
to give benefits such as a controlled directivity pattern and increased radiation efficiency
1. Even dispersion characteristics
The tweeter has a more controlled off-axis dispersion pattern which allows for greater listener positioning flexibility as the tonal balance won’t change significantly when moving away from the central listening ‘hotspot’
2. Improved time alignment
The depth of the waveguide means that the tweeter voice coil is located deeper within the cabinet and is more in line with the mid-bass drivers. A better sense of timing will be perceived because the wave fronts from the tweeter and drivers will reach the listener simultaneously
3. Lower crossover frequency for wider directivity
The increased radiation efficiency provided by the waveguide allows the crossover frequency to be decreased. This is particularly important for the Bronze 100 and Bronze 500 models where a 8” (200 mm) mid-bass driver is used because the directivity pattern starts to narrow at a lower frequency compared to a smaller diameter driver. The lower crossover frequency helps to widen the directivity around the crossover region by redistributing some energy to the tweeter
Damped Concentric Mode (DCM)
Finite Element Analysis has been used to optimise the geometry where the driver cone and surround overlap with the intention of decreasing the amplitude and decay of the first concentric mode of the diaphragm, producing a more accurate time response from the speaker.
|Frequency Response||-6 dB @ 150 Hz|
|Amplifier Power Output||220 W|
|Drivers Unit Complement||1 x 250 mm (10”) C-CAM subwoofer driver featuring a 2” long throw voice coil|
|Power Supply||100 – 120 VAC ~60Hz / 220 – 240 VAC ~50/60 Hz (Manually selected)|
|Power Usage||Maximum 300 W, Standby <0.5 W (ErP compliance)|
|Weight (Kg)||13.4 kg|
|Warranty||5 year warranty|
|Boxed Weight (Kg)||15.000000|