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Denon has announced the availability of the wireless Denon Home Subwoofer to partner with the Home 550 Sound Bar or other wireless speakers from the Home family of products. The 8-inch driver subwoofer with Wi-Fi capability plugs directly into wall power and is designed to match aesthetics of other Denon Home speakers.

As with other Sound United brand products, the subwoofer includes HEOS Built-in and will pair wirelessly with the Home Sound Bar plus a pair of Home wireless speakers for discrete 5.1 surround sound. Adding the sub to an existing systems will provide “rich bass response that today’s high-resolution recordings deserve.” Settings for output level, low-pass filter and phase can be adjusted within the HEOS app to optimize the subwoofer for challenging room acoustics, according to the company.Denon puts emphasis on the Home lineup’s ability to blend with home décor. Streaming service access is also available to Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music HD, Pandora and TIDAL, and high-res files stored on a phone or network can be played via Wi-Fi, AirPlay 2, or Bluetooth. Denon Home products enable music to be played in any room and can be grouped with other HEOS products like AV receivers, audio systems and sound bars. Different source material can be played in each room in a HEOS setup, or a family of devices can be grouped for a multi-room party mode or other applications.

The Denon Home Subwoofer is available to buy from Denon for $599. The link to the complete Home lineup is here.

 

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