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The XF has been developed at Jaguar's Whitley design and development HQ in Coventry, UK and is built in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, UK.
The Jaguar XF's standard audio system comprises a 140 Watt amplifier driving eight speakers; however, dependent upon the level of the vehicle purchased there are two other audio options available.
The "high-line" system consists of a 9-speaker (including subwoofer), 320 Watt non-branded Alpine stereo system; but most impressively there is an optional premium audio system that has been designed and developed in conjunction with the renowned British speaker company Bowers & Wilkins (B&W).
At its core there are 14 speaker drive-units (including a subwoofer) which (with the exception of the aluminium high-frequency tweeters) employ B&W's distinctive yellow DuPont Kevlar composite speaker cones. Each front door contains a 168 mm woofer, a 100 mm mid-range speaker and a 25 mm dome tweeter (the latter two wired in parallel with a crossover), while each rear door houses a similar 168 mm woofer and 25 mm tweeter. As a centre speaker there is a 100 mm full-range driver, similar to the two 100 mm full-range "surround" speakers located on the rear parcel shelf.
The subwoofer in this vehicle is located beneath the space-saving spare wheel under the boot floor, and is believed to be the largest OEM-fitted subwoofer. It is a 250 mm driver in a 35 litre sealed enclosure.
These are powered by a 440 Watt Alpine Class AB DSP amplifier that uses the Dolby Pro Logic II 7.1 algorithm to give 7.1 surround sound from any stereo source, ensuring an involving listening experience in any of the vehicle's seating positions.
This system has now been reviewed by Autocar, who proclaim it the best in-car system they have ever heard.
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