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The powerful Monitor MRW-10 subwoofer houses a 10” long throw MMP II bass driver, capable of delivering thunderous bass down to below 30 Hz.The rear ported enclosure provides optimal output from the powerful 100 W class D power amplifier.The amplifier boasts many features dedicated to optimising a home theatre system. EQ settings provides a level of adjustment for room and tastes.All filters and features are controlled in the digital domain using an advanced DSP based architecture to provide the ultimate in flexibility and control.
MMP II (Metal Matrix Polymer) driver cones
Powerful 100 W Class D power amplifier
DSP (Digital Signal Processing)
Superior build quality
Single Monitor MRW-10 subwoofer
Rear ported bass reflex cabinet
Lower Frequency Limit
30 Hz (-6 dB)
Upper Frequency Limit
Variable 50 – 120 Hz @ 24 dB/Octave
100 W RMS
Class D with Switch mode PSU
Bass EQ Profiles
Music / Movie / Impact
0 – 180°
Input Level Requirements
Standby after approximately 15 minutes if no signal sensed
Drive Unit Complement
1 x 10" MMP II long throw driver
>20 K ohms
Mains Input Voltage
110 – 120 Vac – 50 – 60 Hz
220 – 240 Vac – 50 – 60 Hz. Selectable
110 – 120 VAC – T4AL/250VAC
220 – 240 VAC – T4AL/250VAC
2 x Stereo RCA, 1 x LFE RCA connection
12 V trigger (3.5 mm mono mini-jack)
External Dimensions (Including Grille and Feet (H x W x D))
336 x 320 x 350.6 mm (13 1/4 x 12 5/8 x 13 13/16")
Standby Power Consumption
<0.5 W standby
10.54 kg (23 lb 4 oz)
Q: How do I connect into a system?
A: The MRW-10 has either a single mono LFE input from a suitable AV Receiver or can accept a stereo input from a pre-amplifier output or a dedicated stereo output from your amplifier, if available. A dedicated mono or stereo subwoofer cable will be required for this.
Q: Where should I place the subwoofer?
A: A lot of this depends on the layout of the room firstly and secondly where you get the best sounding bass performance. The MRS-10 is rear ported so its distance from the walls will have an effect on the bass level. Trial and error are usually the best method here. Closer to the wall will give you more bass and vice versa. Most modern AV receivers have built in automatic calibration, which can make this a lot easier and give you more freedom to locate the subwoofer where you like within the room.