Magnepan Bass Panel Woofer DWM

Di-Planar Woofer ModuleSKU: MAG-DWM-DCBL

Finish: Dark Cherry trim with Black Cloth
Price:
$2,490

Description

Description System Description: Planar-magnetic dipole bass panel.
Freq. Resp. Frequency Response: 40-200 Hz*
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Sensitivity Sensitivity: 86 dB @2.83V/1 Meter/50 Hz
Impedance 4 Ohm
Dimensions Dimensions: 19.25Hx22.5Wx1.25D (inches)

Chris Martens of Hi Fi Plus had this to say about the DWM Maggie Bass Panel---

"Let the Maggie Woofers carry most of the Systems Bass Workload. With typical speaker systems, its normally a good idea to hand off much of the systems overall bass workload to a powered subwoofer, but with a Magnepan system this is not the approach you'll want to take at all. The reason is that Maggies are so fast and so pure-sounding that they make most subs sound thick, slow, and sluggish by comparison".

"DWMs are designed with dual, interlaced sets of 'voice coils' so that the DWM can be run either as a two-channel or single-channel woofer. When measured in isolation, the DWM's bass extends only to about 40Hz, but when coupled with larger Magnepans an interesting phenomenon occurs; specifically, the low-frequency outputs of the DWM and of the main speaker couple with and reinforce one another such that bass response extends considerably lower than either unit used individually. Just as importantly, the DWM is perfectly voice-matched to the larger Magnepans and is likewise a dipole radiator.

I wound up using two DWMs with our 3.7i's, using beefy Magnepan-supplied 1400 mH inductors to roll-off unwanted and unnecessary mid-bass, while taking advantage of the extra low-bass power and extension the DWMs provided. The results were well and truly spectacular, yielding very low-frequency (think mid-20Hz) weight and authority, yet without muddying the inherently transparent sound of the 3.7i in any way."

Magnepan have been manufacturing innovative, world class stereo speakers for 47 years. Jim Winey, the inventor of the Magneplanar loudspeaker, first owned electrostatic loudspeakers and began experimenting to design an improved electrostatic speaker. In 1969, Jim invented the Magneplanar, a thin-film magnetic equivalent to the electrostat and founded Magnepan. Corporate and manufacturing facilities are located in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, a small community north of the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Having outgrown its original facilities, Magnepan’s current plant is over 50,000 square feet in addition to corporate and engineering offices. To date, over 200,000 pairs of Magneplanar loudspeakers have found their way into the homes of music lovers the world over. Magneplanars are American-made with virtually all American parts. And we are proud to say— “Made in America. Sold in China.”

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