The Bowers & Wilkins DB4s is powered by a mighty 1000w of digital amplification, and featuring the same AerofoilTM cone drive unit technology found in the 800 Series Diamond, the DB4S delivers unrivalled precision, control and authority.
Give your home cinema set-up the bass impact it deserves with DB4S – a powerful, classically styled single driver subwoofer that’s a perfect match for the 700 Series.
With a might 1000w of digital amplification, DB4s delivers all the visceral rumble and punch you need to bring cinema sound to life.
DB4S’ single driver features an aerofoil cone design – the same technology used in our flagship 800 Series Diamond speakers – for flawlessly accurate and articulate bass performance.
Thanks to 1000w of digital amplification, the Bowers & Wilkins DB4S delivers all the precision, control and authority you could ask for.
DB4S uses a digital preamplifier featuring Dynamic EQ, for optimised audio performance across the available frequency range.
Adjust calibration and correction easily using DB4S’ dedicated smartphone app.
About Bowers & Wilkins
Bowers & Wilkins, or B&W, is a British company that produces audio equipment, most notably loudspeakers. Bowers &Wilkins was founded in 1966 by John Bowers at Worthing, West Sussex, England. Currently, B&W, while still based in Worthing, is part of the B&W Group Ltd., which also includes audio equipment manufacturers Rotel and Classé.
Bowers & Wilkins began as a radio and electronics shop in Worthing. It was started after World War II by Bowers and Roy Wilkins who had met while serving in the Royal Corps of Signals during the war. The shop expanded to include televisions retail, a rentals business and a service department run by Peter Hayward.
When the shop began supplying public address equipment to schools and churches in Sussex, Bowers became increasingly involved in the design and assembly of loudspeakers, eventually setting up a small production line in workshops behind the shop.