Denon introduced Wednesday the Denon Home Subwoofer designed to add clear deep booming wireless bass to its Denon Home 550 Soundbar and Denon Home wireless speakers.

The Sound United company said the Denon Home Subwoofer is designed to be simply and easily connected to a supported Denon Home wireless speaker product, simply by plugging it into power socket to have it pair over Wi-Fi to the supporting soundbar or speaker.

The Denon Home Subwoofer goes on sale starting today at a $599 suggested retail price.

The sub features an 8-inch woofer fitted to a sleek, compact enclosure that matches cosmetically with Denon Home wireless speakers and soundbar.

In addition, the Denon Home system will bring enhanced bass to music played over Denon’s built-in HEOS multi-room audio system.

In the home theater, the Denon Home Soundbar and new wireless subwoofer can be paired with a pair of Denon Home wireless speakers to create a true 5.1-channel surround sound setup, with minimal wires (for power).

Optionally, users can pair the Denon Home Subwoofer can be wirelessly paired with a single-speaker or stereo systems with HEOS Built-in.

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The company said the addition of a Denon Home Subwoofer will provide the rich bass response for today’s high-resolution audio music recordings.

Settings for output level, low-pass filter and phase can be adjusted within the HEOS app to optimize the subwoofer to the acoustical characteristics of the room.

The Denon Home lineup with HEOS provides access to a range of the most popular online music services including: Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music HD, Pandora, TIDAL and others.

Users can also connect to personal libraries of high-resolution music files stored on their phone or DLNA network via Wi-Fi, AirPlay 2, or Bluetooth.

In the home, the HEOS network can be used to stream music and audio to Denon Home devices and other HEOS-equipped Denon components, including AVRs and hi-fi systems positioned from room to room around the house.

The platform will allow streaming different music selections in each room or play a single song or audio program all around the house to HEOS built-in products.

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By Greg Tarr

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