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A Woofer is generally the larger driver in a loudspeaker and is used to produce bass or low frequency sound. This can generally be from anywhere between 200-1000Hz and below.

This is not to be confused with a Sub Woofer, a Sub Woofer is designed to operate at even lower frequencies than a standard woofer, hence the Sub prefix.
Comparatively, a Subwoofer is usually a separate unit to a standard speaker and more often than not features an amplifier built into it.

 

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