Audio Pro SW-5: New subwoofer with just the right level of sound from the Swedes

Audio Pro SW 5

For over four decades, Swedish speaker manufacturer Audio Pro  has designed and produced award-winning subwoofers with a  small footprint but mighty sound. Its renowned 1970s subwoofer,  the B2.50, is still fondly remembered amongst Hi-fi fans as a firm  favourite. Launched by the company’s founder, the subwoofer  was praised for its small size, built-in amplifiers and unique ACE  bass technology.

Audio Pro’s historic B2.50 has influenced the company’s direction  and is still at the core of its product development today, inspiring  its various subwoofers which have been adapted to meet its  evolving speakers’ needs. 2020 saw Audio Pro introduce the SW 10, its most powerful subwoofer. Following this, 2021 introduces its  scaled back SW-5 – the go-to for customers looking for a simple  subwoofer to amplify the sound of their speakers.

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Jens Henriksen, CCO at Audio Pro, explains;

“For many years, our  Addon SUB has been extremely popular with customers looking  for an affordable, yet impactful, subwoofer. As we update our  product range with a new generation of speakers and subs, the  SW-5 fills the Addon SUB’s gap. Its small, efficient form supports  the likes of the C5 and C10 perfectly, alongside alternative  speakers with a sub output.”

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“The SW-5 produces just the right level of sound”, continues  Henriksen, “Put simply, it offers a ‘basic sub’ in relation to the  others in our range but performs at a much higher level than your  average subwoofer, with an impressive bass making your body  literally vibrate.”

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“We see SW-5 as the ultimate subwoofer for those looking for  excellent value for money and a small speaker with remarkable  audio, meaning the SW-5 is ‘just right’ in every sense.”

Price

Audio Pro’s SW-5 subwoofer will be available at audiopro.comretailing for £270.

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