The Original Puppy high speed woofer was introduced as a solution to solve the unpredictable results of pairing the WATT with other commercial subwoofers for those who wanted lower frequency extension.

In the initial design phase of the Puppy, Wilson concluded that what was needed was a higly articulate, low distortion, non-resonant, compact high-speed subwoofer with robust power handling, high sensitivity and excellent reliability. In ever series of puppy, two very high quality low-frequency drivers are driven in parallel in a rigidly cross-braced, tuned enclosure to quickly dampen spurious resonances in the structure.

Puppy Series 1 Technical Specifications

Released: 1989   
Retired: 1991

Drivers

Woofer
2 - 8 1/2 inch

Measurements

Impedance
4 ohms nominal
Frequency Response
Passive Mode Frequency Response, +0, -3 dB (with Port Contribution) 28-125 Hz
Sensitivity
SPL, 1 Watt @ 1 meter: 91 dBA
Minimum Amplification
50 Watts

Overall Dimensions

Overall Dimensions
Height
24 inches (61 cm)
Width
11.3 inches (28.5 cm)
Depth
16.5 inches (40.5 cm)
System Weight
154 lbs.
System Weight Crated (approximate)
220 lbs