M&K V10+ updated subwoofer: smaller, louder, lower
The Danish M&K Sound introduced the M&K V10+ subwoofer. As the name suggests, it is the successor to the V10 model, becoming even more compact and powerful.
The maximum power of the built-in class D amplifier has increased from 200 to 300 watts, and the front panel has been reduced to a square with a side of 34.5 cm. It houses a modified 10-inch woofer. Its cone is now made of a tougher cellulosic composite. The “closed body” acoustic design is designed to make the sound more musical and accentuated.
At the same time, the lower frequency limit of the novelty was also improved – up to 24 Hz at -3 dB and even 20 Hz at -6 dB. The rear panel retains all the switching and control capabilities of the predecessor: a pair of line inputs and loop outputs, volume control, low-pass filter and phase, supplemented by an autostart function. The system continues to use M&K’s proprietary discrete analog input circuitry.
The M&K V10+ subwoofer in two finishes – satin white or black – will be available in early 2022. In the UK, the M&K V10 + subwoofer will be priced around £1,400.