This unit has almost all the necessary functions and it can be supplemented by other speakers from Samsung, however if you want to get the highest quality bass you can add it to a soundbar. More about it in this Samsung SWA-W700 review!
While there are no spec details for its onboard amplification, it does boast the Distortion Cancelling technology. Proprietary Distortion Cancelling technology detects potential sound distortions in advance and eliminates them, so you can clearly distinguish between the lowest and deepest bass. Let’s see Samsung SWA-W700 specs. This subwoofer can reproduce low frequencies up to 27 Hz, works great in tandem with the rest of the speakers, and is responsible for the lowest frequencies. The nominal output power of this model is 200W. The subwoofer reproduces deep, saturated low frequencies, increasing the realism of audio effects in blockbusters, and helping the viewer to feel like a participant in the events that unfold on the screen. The device provides streaming audio, so you do not need to decide how to mask cables. It automatically tunes itself to the Sound soundbar it’s connected to for just the right level of bass.
This optional extra for soundbars is a 15kg thing of subtle beauty. It offers an interesting spiral brushed metalwork, matt-grey finish, and a rear-facing 10” driver. The smooth front and back panels of the SWA-W700 subwoofer emphasize the classic simplicity and elegance of the design, which is always in fashion.
It pairs wirelessly using a dongle that plugs into the USB port on the soundbar. It connects wirelessly to your Sound soundbar and can be placed virtually anywhere in the room.