A 10” sub is perfect for your home theater or music listening setup. A speaker with a three-way coaxial, four-driver speaker system will amplify your audio experience. The complete range of Sony speakers from the SACS9 to the SSCS8 are perfect for a 5.1 home theater setup. The 10” dual layer woofer has a good bass response. Motion feedback technology uses detection circuitry to correct variations in the input signal. Customer operation can be accomplished with cutoff Frequency adjustment along with level adjustment, phase switch and power save mode. The enclosure has a woof cabinet and cloth grille.
👤I like and can tell the difference between good and bad audio components, even though I am not a techie. I have a couple of very expensive home theater setups that use power conditioners and Sony ES components with ridiculous costing and speaker wiring out to Polk LSi speakers and Polk subs. The setup on my desktop is very modest, using a V2 50x50 amplifier and a P1 tube pre-amp with upgraded tubes. All are connected with 12ga twisted pair speaker wiring. I use my laptop to stream audio via the internet. An inexpensive but clean setup. I've been using my LSi7 $800/pair bookshelf speakers and BIC F12 sub for a while. Maybe overkill for a desktop setup. These Sony 3 ways are on sale for $73/pair. They have good reviews. I wanted to get my LSi7's back to their surround positions so I decided to try them out. I was not excited because I was expecting a change in sound. It is a desktop setup for listening at lower volume levels, so I didn't want to spend a lot. Let me tell you something. My Polk LSi7's sound better than the Sony SSCS5 speakers. A better soundstage and better separation make this more detailed. How can this be? For $73.00 for a pair. Come on. I can't believe how good these are. I am listening to an album. I am amazed and flabbergasted. I think I will be doing my critical listening at my computer. I need to see a therapist.
👤I bought these on Amazon for $118. How good could a pair of speakers be? Let me tell you something. It comes to mind. I've been listening to music for 40 years. My method for buying speakers has always been to listen to the best speakers available, ones that I couldn't possibly afford, then work my way down into speakers that are within my budget, but sound as close as possible to my "dream" speakers. These speakers are solid, well-made, and have an incredibly warm and accurate sound. They can easily compete with speakers up to the $500 price range, well compete is not the word, but blow the doors off speakers in that price range is more like it. If you had no idea what speakers you were listening to in a side-by-side comparison, you may find yourself choosing the cheaper ones. That's correct! I said it! It had to be said. I don't know what Sony did to these little buggers, but they are magnificent. The price has gone up one week later and is not just on Amazon. They jumped $30 over night, but are they still worth it? I would pay double after hearing them. I am using them as main speakers in a two-channel scenario, not as surrounds. They are not even "broken in" yet. If you're looking for bookshelf-sized speakers, look no more. Don't let the low price fool you. Cheers!
👤I have experience with speakers in all ranges and have a lot of knowledge about how audio works. There are a few common issues that put me off as a listener, which these speakers have done a great job of avoiding. The speakers under $500 are usually not good because they don't mix well with the loudspeaker in the cabinet and sound like another miss-matched speaker placed on top of your much better mid/low range speakers. They are loud and sound like they are making noise. The sound quality is reduced when the dust protection panel is on. The bass lacks a proper tone. The bass is weak. Bass has a good tone, but relies too much on the addition of speakers that produce lower quality lows/mids. Audio suffers greatly when not placed in the absolute most optimal position, which restricts placement or quality, because of 3-way crossover. I expected to hear at least one of the common problems, even with the good reviews and research. I am blown away by how well these speakers handle these issues. Up close, far away, with a sub, without, placed properly or improperly, used with other speakers or alone, these two mini-monsters absolutely crush all of these issues and sound good while doing it. I'm very critical of audio and I'd have to be prepared to spend 600 dollars on an upgrade if it was worth it. I have these connected to an amplifier and are in a large room with it. I think 6 off the rip. These go above and beyond just making a few right decisions, and are perfect for this size speaker in a home theater. These had all the good design choices. I would highly recommend these if your amplifier can do 6 Ohms. The volume and atmospheric resonance in these are comparable to 8 Ohm 350 watt speakers, so 100 watt is something my power bill is happy to adopt. I'm not worried about ripping them apart because these barely break a sweat, producing a loud, high quality, detailed sound. I will be using these for music at house parties as well as for movies and gaming and so far I've tested them for all three and have yet to be disappointed. I don't recommend these speakers as side speakers as they are too much in your face. Side and rear are different ball games. You could definitely order 6 of these and use them as surround, front, and rear speakers; you just need to equalize them properly. I'm proud to say I own these and I'm even more proud to tell people what I spent on them. These aren't just good for how much they are, they're also great. Unless you're willing to spend a lot of money, there's little-to-no audible difference between these and other very high end speakers and I recommend getting these speakers if you need bookshelf sized speakers. If we completely ignore price and consider 10 the best sound, we will get a final verdict of 8.5/10. If I factor in price and give in to my bass-head type personality, I'll be happy. 98% of the world would consider perfect audio to be a perfect SOB, so 10/10 for anyone who isn't the pickiest SOB in the world. The bass on these are very good and I am talking about what you would expect from a Home Theater speaker. Unless you want to get those huge cabinet speakers that you see in theaters, you are never going to get a sub bass out of a front channel speaker. You aren't meant to, and for good reason. They handle bass incredibly well and do not need a sub to hear it. Please don't think these can replace a speaker. They're called sub- "woofers" because they push air so hard. That's not bass, it's an artificial effect. It's been 2 years and still going strong. Everyone who hears how good this system sounds is blown away, even though I know a lot about the best ways to setup and get the most out of my speakers. Everyone is encouraged to get a setup after hearing how good it is. These compliment my center channel and other speakers as well. I mix these with other speakers and it works. I've been pushing these configurations hard on a weekly basis. I think they work no matter what I do. I am happy to say that the room I have has no tendency to pick up dust, as I haven't had to clean it in a long time. There are a lot of things there. I don't think people understand how rare it is to find a speaker like this in this price range, so I wish I could give these more stars. Hats off to the engineers in Japan that designed this, you guys deserve a pay raise.
Extra bass and punch can be achieved with a powered subwoofer. The 6.5" powered sub has a variable 60 and 250hz frequencies. The enclosure has the perfect air space to maximize sound quality and punch. Standard RCA inputs can connect to your home theater receiver's output, and its outputs can pair with AUX or bookshelf speakers with line in, for the ultimate in refined behavior. You can stream music directly from your phone, tablet or other compatible device with the built-in wireless bluetooth technology. They recommend that you pair the subs with your speakers and sound bars as it enlarges the bass only. You can connect the Subwoofer to the Soundbar and TV by using the optical cable in the box and hooking a supplied cable between the audio out port and AUX in port on the soundbar. Bestisan offers lifetime technical support. Please email them any questions or suggestions. They give you a solution that is satisfactory.
👤I bought a pair of Edifier R1280T bookshelf speakers for myself and wrote a review about them. I loved them and still do. I've gotten another pair. When I wrote that review, I thought the product was good and deserved praise, not a review written with ulterior motives. I'm not a professional reviewer. I didn't know that the review had tens of thousands of views and hundreds of clicks. Cool. Glad to have been helped. A few days ago, I got a message from Emma, a rep for an audio manufacturer called Bestisan, who had seen my review and wanted me to take a look at theirs, one designed to pair well with powered speakers like the Edifiers. The "verified purchase" review would be the one I agreed to purchase with my own money. Why would I do that? If I didn't like it, I'd return it to Amazon, and I'd write what I thought was right. I am not accepting any compensation for this review. I got around to setting it up a couple of days after the subwoofer arrived. It was packed. There were styrofoam supports and a plastic sub in the box. Not fancy, but sensible packaging. A bag held the manual, 3.5mm to RCA cable, and an optical cable. Hmm. It is optical. It's cool. I put the instructions aside as Emma mentioned that some people had trouble setting it up correctly. The unit felt modern and solid. It seems like it's heavier gauge than the vinyl-covered chipboard used to be. The texture of the sub is not cheap. With a sub, it looks like it's not going to matter as it's going to be out of sight. Setting it up will be the next step. The last time I used a sub, it was attached to the amplifier and received the signal. Not so, the Bestisan. The first thing in line is designed to be this. The signal goes to the amplifier. Line-level output goes to your speakers. It made perfect sense after I found it confusing at first. Being the first to receive the signal, they had the right to add a couple of extra options. Is it possible to use a wireless device? Yes! Is it optical? Why not? If you want to connect your phone to the internet, you should use the wireless technology known as Bluetooth. This was not something my speakers offered. I opted out of it. The digital optical input is cool. You can use your TV's optical out to get the best signal, even though you still use your analog gear. I connected the Amazon Echo Dot to the input and the Edifier speakers to the output. Something wasn't right. I was only getting intermittent sound from the sub. This must have been what other people had run into. I checked the connections and tried again. I noticed that the color of the light was different when I pushed one of the knobs. A couple of taps and it was flashing blue, which told me that it was in a mode of communication that uses the internet. The Bestisan was in the list of available devices, I checked my phone and it was there. Cool. It sounded great a moment later. The sound was rich. The signal from the Echo Dot was streaming in full, glorious quality when I tapped the input selector a few more times. I played with the levels. I found that if you adjust the input volume to 50% and set the subwoofer's volume to 50%, you can find a good setting. Play with it if you add a bit of bass. When it sounds right, you'll find that the sub's output is close to the speakers' volume, no adjustments are needed. Do I think this is a good idea? There is a I do. Whole-heartedly. The sound of the Edifiers is enriched by the Bestisan Sub. Digital music sounds better. The speakers sound bigger and the sound fills the house, but never sounds harsh or booming. I didn't think I needed a sub, but now you'd have a hard time taking it away from me. Thank you for your patience, but more than that, thank you for introducing me to the Bestisan SW65D powered sub! I'll be ordering another to go with my other Edifiers. Tell your bosses to give you a raise.
The power of the powered sub is suited for your room, it completes the system by adding the deeper notes of music that has deeper notes recorded. It does a great job. A down-firing sub is designed to fill your room with low and smooth bass. All products with a mini-jack or RCA output can be worked with. The function of the sub is to enlarge the bass only, so they recommend you to pair it with your speakers. If your TV supports sound output option, you can connect the speaker to the TV directly. If your TV doesn't support this sound output option, they recommend you to pair the subs with another speakers or a soundbar first. The Bestisan SW65C Subwoofer is included with the cables.
👤You don't need a receiver with this sub, it gives you a lot of flexibility. It's powered so you can connect any speakers directly. It is easy to connect to devices with the included cables. You get everything you need out of the box. You will not sacrifice sound quality for convenience or ease. The speaker is small and compact, and it delivers good sound. It is well suited for a medium size room which could be a large living room, a master bedroom, or rec room.
👤The sound bar lacks bass, so I got this for my bedroom TV setup. It seems easy to setup this sub. I can connect the rca red white cable to the sound bar without any problems. Fishing the wires in the wall will be difficult. The sound is different. It doesn't feel thin anymore and it fills the air better. It is obvious on music with big drops. You can adjust the knobs to make your speaker sound different. The bass won't over power the voices. This is a good value sub that produces a lot of bass without breaking the bank. I love it!
👤I was not upset that I didn't understand this sub. I live in an 700 square feet 1 bedroom apartment and this little beauty can fill the apartment with crisp and clear sound. The sound quality is great, with the bass being a little more "oomph" during movie action scenes or when playing on my XBOX. It looks sleek and simple on my TV stand, but it makes itself known very quickly when you want it to. It was easy to use, plug in the power and use the existing speaker.
👤The small living rooms and theater rooms are great places to put the subwoofer. The punch is very strong and will shake the seats. I was using it in my basement and it broke my TV because I was playing it loud and it was too strong to fall from the table. The TV isn't repairable. I am happy to find a strong sub. It was difficult to explain what happened in the room and convince other family members that it was not your fault. The speaker only has volume control on it, so if you want to change frequencies, you have to get up each time, but when you watch the movies, it has the perfect setting.
👤The sound bar is good but the bass is not. A perfect set of my audio system has been completed by the subwoofer. Enjoying a good movie.
👤I have a DVD player for watching movies at my mountain cabin, but I don't have cable TV, so I decided to add a sub to my soundbar. I am happy with my purchase, it makes the cabin rock like a movie theater.
👤My set up is complete, I was missing bass in my life.
👤I was looking at all the subs within my budget and one stood out because it looked so minimal and would blend in with everything around it. I didn't check compatibility because any sound source will connect if you have the right cables. There is a mini Jack to stereo RCA jack cable included which will connect to most smaller audio/Video components. If you want to set this up with a sound bar, you will need to buy a single male -male RCA component cable, which is around $6+). That is it. Setting the balance between the speakers and the Subwoofer can take a while, because it can reach around 90dB in volume, so I recommend starting off at half volume and gradually increasing until the sub starts sounding distorted, at which point you can dial down. You will probably make adjustments for a while. There is a The most exciting thing about this sub is that it is firing. The speaker at the bottom of the cabinet pulls the weight downward, which makes the bass feel like it is below you. If you have a budget that is similar to mine, you can get a setup that is in a corner against the walls, which will allow the bass to expand around you, but make sure to get the cables you need for setting it up successfully. Hope this helps.
The answer to more power in a compact design is the powered compact subwoofer-integrated high efficiency power amplifier. The response was 40 to 250 hertz. The Crossover Controls Knob is 60 - 250 hertz. The long throw subwoofer has a 6.5 inch side Firing Woofer. Bass Reflex Cabinet Design In Compact Size, With Added Internal Bracing And Black Oak Finish, is made of Pva Treated Cone. Pair this sub with any Stereo or Multichannel Audio System and you will get an surround cinematic experience. By using a wide range of connections. The Subwoofer's function is to enlarge the bass only, and they recommend using this unit with your speakers and the subwoofer. Plug and play to upgrade your music sound. The theater powered compact subwoofer is from Bestisan. The Subwoofer Standard 3.5Mm Rca High Lever Inputs can be used to connect to your home theater receiver. It provides low, tight and smooth bass. Make your entertainment experience great.
👤I work for a well known car audio manufacturer, but we don't make a small powered sub that would fit in my small home office. I bought the Bestisan 6.5" powered sub knowing that it wasn't going to impress me compared to the large, high wattage subs I am around all day at work, but I wasn't looking for anything to shake the pictures off my walls. I have access to a whole department full of Electronic repair specialists, so I wasn't worried about taking a risk on a brand that I had never heard of. I had the powered subwoofer hooked up and working in about 10 minutes after I received it. I settled on the corner under my table after playing around in the room. I left some room for air to move when I faced the port and the subwoofer. I am very happy with the result. The output and sound quality of this unit were impressive, even though the room has a "hot spot" which is almost in the opposite corner. It vibrates the pictures on the wall in the opposing rooms, even though I didn't mean to. I will be playing with the freq more. I am very pleased with my purchase. I will update it later as to it's resilience. This is a small amplifier and a small sub. If you ask too much, it will not last very long. If you play bass heavy music and crank the gain up, you will blow the speaker. Keep your expectations in line with the real world capabilities of this value priced small powered subwoofer, and you should be very happy with your purchase.
👤The SW65D fills a void for powered subs. It works well with my cheap receiver that has a stereo and a separate volume control. I can fine-tune the bass with this Bestisan SW65D. I've never seen a 3-way input option. One of the reviewers said it wouldn't power on if they pushed the switch to set the input. That was not understandable to me. Hope it was resolved. One person said that it has a speaker wire and a RCA connection. If you have a receiver that has a dedicatedRCA out port, you would have to use a maleRCA from the sub to open the wire cable, and connect the sub directly to your speaker connections. There is no harm there. I am satisfied with this product.
👤I have been looking for a small sub to put under my desk and combine it with my Polk Audio speakers and Suca Class D amplifier that will deliver 160 watt's of pure sound with zero distortion. The sound of the 2.1 system is amazing. I don't review anything but this one deserves to be noticed. The sub is very small and looks good. It seems that the build quality is very good. Don't be afraid of purchasing this gem, you will be happy. I got mine for $69.
👤I was looking for a small sub that was inexpensive. This hit both of the requirements. It surpasses my expectations. I am using a set of computer speakers. One of the things that I like about it is that it has a bluetooth input, so I can use it with pretty much anything. I use this with my phone, my computer, and my laptop. It was easy to set up and connect with everything. The only thing I noticed was that it would only show up if it was not connected to another.
Soundcraft's One-Touch Ducking lowers music volume when speech input is detected. Home theater power outlets connect to your home theater receiver's dedicated Subwoofer Output. The Signal Sensing Auto ON/OFF feature can save power. The 400 watt power amplifier has a high efficiency power amplifier, auto ON/OFF and 0 - 180 degree Phase control switches. The 10 inch downfiring WOOFER has a high rigidity PVA Treated cone, a bottom port, and a Bass Reflex cabinet with added bracing and black ash finish. The system requirements are a grounded wall plug, a home theater receiver with a dedicated Subwoofer output, and a stereo with raw wire outputs. Use for surround sound systems. The box contains a PSW10 powered sub, a 6 foot dual RCA cable, and an instruction manual.
👤3 years now, daily use is over 3000 hours per my average. In a 20ft by 20ft by 24ft space, but then open to the rest of the house beyond that. Since my original review, my Velodyne HGS-18 in the theater room has blown it's amplifier, sadly, but this little 10” acoustic audio continues to play well in our living room. 3000+ hours have been done. Zero regrets! I have never written a review after buying a product. I was compelled to post a review of this product because I was hearing from it a lot today while cleaning the house. A year ago, I was in the market for a small sub to cover the low end of my tv setup. We got a new 4K TV with speakers on the back and all of the other flat TVs. It's hard to hear things, I think a stereo setup is needed to hear it. I already had some Klipsch monitors mounted in the corners of the room, so I went the stereo route. The room is not good. It's also open to everything with 20 ft x 20 ft ceilings. I was looking for something good, but didn't want to break the bank on performance that would be lost in such a terrible environment for sound. I hid this sub in our living room. Nobody can really see it. The amplifier is rated at 200 watt continuous and 400 watt peak. Get to the ratings later. This thing is great. We have been at day 1 for a long time, savesay has been from day 1 This is the room where my family spends the most time, and it sees use for hours every day. I got it because the small Klipsch satellite speakers mounted 12 feet up couldn't possibly cover any kind of bass. The sub has exceeded my expectations. It is great for movies and TV. A big impact all around. Wow, when you consider the price. The price and performance ratio is ridiculous. The room has full bass. It is full and deep and not hollow. It sounds amazing! I was overwhelmed with how great the music was, and how nice it sounded in all the other rooms, even though it was playing in a small room. Music is also good for TV and movies. Some people may say that a low end system means I don't know what a good sub should sound like. I don't think that is the case. My family uses a dedicated theater in my room. It has 10 foot ceilings and no windows. It was acoustically treated and adjusted. It has modern components, including a full 7.2.4 Dolby Atmos and DTS-X processor and speaker setup. The HGS-18 series II is one of the subs in that room. The driver is 18” 3000 watt peak. It could double as an end table and be certified to boot. It plays at a very low rate. One of the very best subwoofers made for the consumer market is still considered to be one of the very best. I put a picture of the two together to show how small the acoustic audio is, and it will fit in any room. The theater room is more functional than beautiful, and I don't care how big it is. I do not want that in the living room. The Acoustic Audio 10” is small and can fit in a pocket. I am not here to compare the abilities of the two. I think its not the intended competition. The acoustic audio is not meant to recreate the sonic output of an earthquake. The cost of this acoustic audio 10” was 30 times that of the Velodyne. If you aren't expecting a bass that can shake the walls, but rather a nice powerful low end that can play deep audibly, dynamic and musical at the same time, it's difficult to find a better consumer subwoofer. This small package fills a large space with great pleasure and at times powerful performance. The amplifier in the Acoustic Audio 10 is critical to some people. They say the amplifier is way smaller than they think. I can't say I have a way of measuring it, I have to look at how it performs. If this thing only has a 50 watt amplifier, it fills a very big room with generous and powerful bass, and remember how much money we are talking about. All thumbs up, BUY IT!
The Sony 2.1 Channel Sound Bar System with Wireless Subwoofer is the ultimate home theater upgrade. Audio comes alive. The power output brings the content to life. The speaker unit and volume of the subwoofer are powerful. S-Force Pro is a virtual surround sound technology. There are seven sound modes, choose from Auto Sound, Cinema, Music, Game, News, Sports, and Standard Audio Mode. Voice enhancement can be used to amplify the noise over the background. You can stream your favorite movies, shows, and music from your phone.
👤I was looking for a good sound system. I didn't care if it was able to jump through hoops or not, this one fit the bill nicely. I have a great soundbar with built in subs that is great, but I wanted one for a larger room that would provide even louder and deeper bass. After listening for a few days, I was a little disappointed but knew that speakers and especially subs need to be replaced in time. I've heard that some of the soundbars sell for up to 600 dollars, but this one sounds like it would be a good buy. Some people have experienced sound delays with other soundbars. The voices are clear and the bass is loud enough to make a difference in a movie. I can confirm that music and dvds sound good. If you're able to use a subs, you should place it in different places in the room to see where it will sound best. This is a great buy at 199 dollars and is well worth it.
👤It's okay if you're used to sound bars. I really wanted to like it. I tried every setting and it sounded so compressed. Even at full volume, the sub is not impressive. The living room is twice the size and we just installed a Samsaung sound bar in it. It was paid for at Best Buy. This was installed with a 65" Sony in a media room with carpeting and 8' ceilings. The set up was easy and fast. It sounded better with Steely Dan than it did with the TV, when I turned it on. I will be sending it back so I can get a better sound experience. My thoughts. If you are interested in something that sounds better than your TV speakers, this might be a good idea for you. I would suggest different options if you want something more than average.
👤The sound is really good and it is very easy to use. I downsized from a 7.1 surround setup. If the dialogue is enhanced, I don't think we lost any sound. If I had paid full price, I would have been happy.
👤I have had a Sony sound bar for two weeks. The sound bar was easy to pair with after the user error was corrected. I was initially disappointed with the bass from the sub woofer, but the more I have listened to it, the more I can say it does deliver. It was a good value and it was delivered on time. It was well packaged. It will allow you to pair 9 devices to it, which will allow for a lot of usage. I have it in my master bedroom and it is loud enough. You don't have to use on and off button's. It will turn on and pair automatically if I tell it to do so. When you turn the television off, it will also power off. The price and sound quality are what will make you happy.
There are brackets for wall mounting. Adding more bass to your sound bar is a good idea. The bass of the Polk React Sound Bar will be enhanced by this precise, 7" long-throw wireless subwoofer. It disappears in the room and gives you a deeper bass. You can adjust the bass with your voice. The Polk Sound Bar can be controlled by Amazon. You can turn the bass up or down with a simple voice command. Polk's Bass Adjust technology automatically adjusts and balances the sound bar's EQ settings to accommodate the React Sub's additional bass and elevate the sound for virtually any movie, TV show, or song. The two-button setup makes it easy to integrate and set up with the existing react system. No hassles, no extra cables. Adding optional speakers will create a 5.1 channel setup and upgrade your home theater. Polk is one of the most trusted names in home audio, so you can sit back, relax, and listen with your heart.
👤The Polk Audio Sound Bar was not in my house for two days. The sound bar has to be connected to the internet. If you don't hook it up to the internet, it will keep making announcements. I don't use a voice assistant. I didn't want to have to listen to the sound bar tell me it was time to go to the internet, it really did that. When I called the Help Line from Amazon, the technician grew frustrated and suggested I return the Polk support that was not existing. The interface for the consumer had no idea that someone might not want to use it. Don't buy this item, it's really bad.
👤The polk magnifi 2 sound bar has a huge upgrade. The polk system from the rears has a loud surround sound. A complete home theater set up is highly recommended.
👤The surround speakers are disappointing. To hear them, I have to set the volume to max. I don't hear anything from them when I watch TV. The Polk surround speakers are silent, unlike my old Pioneer receiver and speakers which had great surround sound. They are great when listening to music and work well with movies. I would buy the Soundbar and skip the speakers if I had to do it again. Polk will fix this in a software update. I have tinkered with the settings on my TV, and I am aware that you get the most sound from the surround speakers if you turn down the voice volume setting and turn up the main volume.
👤I have had these for a while and at first I thought they were working. Nothing since the first day. I have tried to pair them again and again. If I could get these speakers to work, they might be good. I tried to contact Polk, but have not heard back. Not sure what to do. Please let me know if anyone has a suggestion, they are paperweights.
👤I own a polk magnifi and it sounds great, so I bought the rear speaker to complete 5.1 sound. I like the sound of my master bedroom a lot. I had to restart it almost every night after it failed to sync. Sometimes it didn't sync at all. I had high expectations when I returned. I own a top of the line phone, the hw-950a, but I never had sync issues. I wanted to try the speakers. This time didn't work for me, but overall polk is good.
👤I bought this as a used product. I expected it to work with some issues, but the sound bar wouldn't pair with the sub woofer. Is it possible that Amazon tested returned items before selling them? I contacted Polk Audio for help with the problem and they decided that it needed to be returned. Polk Audio customer service was very helpful. I will purchase a new product when it goes on sale again.
👤I was wrong to think that I would get the "WOW" factor. When watching movies, this sub kicks butt. I am very satisfied with the sound and quality of this sub, and I love that the case is made of plastic and not wood. Thank you!
The front-firing spun- copper IMG woofer has a 10 watt rating. The amplifier has 300 watt peak power. Volume low pass and phase control. Line level LFE inputs are used for maximum receiver compatibility. The dimensions are 14 5" x 12 5" The response time was 32, 120, and 3dB. 150W 300W is the amplifier power on theCont Peak. The amplifier has volume, low-pass, 0 180 phase, and auto power on.
👤I bought 2 of these at a discounted price on Amazon. That deal lasted less than an hour. I used a mic and a wizard software to measure the subs along with some others. The subs have a hump between 50-60hz and no audible output below 30hz. The combination was bad. This is even when placed in a corner, which is known for causing room gain. That is decent for what I paid. The normal price is $224. No way. You would do better if you used a part express solution. The Sub 1200 was from partexpress. The BIC f12 is probably better for less. The cabinet is very thin. I think the wood panels are 3/8′′ thick.
👤I can't say anything else. I have had a dead Definitive Technology subs in my living room for the last 2 years because my boyfriend was too lazy to swap them out. I took control of the situation. I will never live in a world without bass. I feel like watching movies again. The 12 inch Klipsch sub makes a world of difference in my home theater system. My neighbor recommended Klipsch to me. Since I am not a high end audio person, I sought out a cheaper one. He was correct. It sounds like elephants are running through the room. If I ever need to replace a speaker, I will consider this brand.
👤I got this to be the sub for a 2.1 setup in my new house, and I am absolutely blown away. I put it with two Polk OWM5 mains and a Klipsch power gate amplifier. This was the cheapest subs I have ever had, and the best sound I have ever had. The bass is clean and deep. I am in a big, open space and this thing provides a good bass. I am very impressed. I can't believe you could find anything better for this price. My wife hated the idea of having a bulky speaker on the floor in her home, and said "this is unbelievable" the first time she heard it. If you're considering this purchase, click " buy now" and do yourself a favor. You won't regret it.
👤I have had a nice projector for about two years. I have neglected to put in surround sound, and I have been cheaping out on sound. I have a nice Speaker-craft inwall Starlett 6 for the front 3 channels, but no atmos, surround, or the important.1 (sub). On Black Friday, Amazon made me an offer I could not refuse. I now have a beast. The mediabridge cable I bought is white and matches the trim for an easy temporary install. Skyscraper was thrown on blueray. I added atmos speakers and surround speakers. The sound difference is not static. My wife made the winning statement. She doesn't get my love for electronics. There is aSpoiler alert. During the scene in skyscraper, my wife turned to me and said, "I'm not even out there and I feel my feet tingling!" I don't have the gain turned high. I want to experience the movie, but I don't want to cause any problems for my neighbors. I think this sub can do those things. Things get very interesting at about 1/3 gain. I like to watch action movies. I am sad I didn't get this sooner.
A power hungry vehicle. For extra bass and punch, a 10-inch Dynamic Balance woofer and a directed port provide accurate bass with added depth. A perfect solution for a small room. Even at low frequencies, the sound is rich and deep, even at high volume. The speaker plays the most demanding nodes without any distortion. The power to 100 Watts of Dynamic Power can be doubled with the in-built 50- watt amplifier. This sub is highly durable and fit for use. It is easy to integrate with existing systems. Variable 80-160 Hz and 40-160 Hz frequencies. A sleek grille on the front, speaker and line-level inputs, as well as speaker-level outputs on the back, make this sub cohesive and complete!
👤The glowing reviews for the PSW10 came to me after I had gone through three smaller 8” subs. It was better than anything I had before, and it was every bit as good as they say. I was so impressed with the musical performance that I began budgeting for something even better. The PSW10 cost 5x more than the SVS SB12-NSD, but many forums claimed it was light years ahead of it. I found the claims to be exaggerated after breaking in my new SVS. It could reach down to a bone-rattling 15hertz, which I like, but may not be everyone's cup of tea. For every other attribute, the PSW10 was 80% the quality of the SVS. I had to replay a bunch of songs side by side with both subs and assign a 10% more tightness to the SVS. Maybe some people consider that last 10% improvement night and day, but I just call it 10%, as in only really noticeable when compared side to side. I agree with many other reviewers that the PSW10 is perfect. Nothing can be done at its price point.
👤I had a Denon receiver and ordered 2 of these. I figured I might as well try it. I read an article on an A/V forum that said that 2 lesser expensive woofers is better in a home theater than 1 single premium one, because it will fill the room better and matter less where you're sitting for how you hear the bass response. I am blown away. I have one on either side. They sound great with games, music and movies. Replacing my theater in a box sub sounds terrible. I watched the Dark Knight and it was crazy how much more powerful the guns, cars, and punches were with the better bass and music of the films. Weapons firing and explosions in games will shake the walls if you want them to. I'm sure a single one of these would be a huge upgrade over theater in a box subs, but with a pair, they really shine. Highly recommended.
👤I bought two of them because my Pro Sub 1000 died after 8 years. The purchase was based on the reviews. The receiver has two outputs. I decided to get two when I only had one. I was a bit underwhelmed at first. I was expecting a lot more bass, but it wasn't the case. It didn't have the same effect as my DT. I was expecting the cost of the DT to be under 200, but it is close to $500. After messing with the output of my speakers and receiver, I finally got a decent sound that I can live with. I have to keep the volumn on the subs to get the results I want. I only had to have half of it. I don't play music on my system, so I don't have a review of the sound quality. I'm glad I got two. There will be additional review after two days. I will now rate these as a 5 star after I realized that the lack of bass from these speakers was caused by an operator error. I didn't have the output to the sub turned up from minimal. Once I started cranking it up, I got more bass. Excellent. I can turn down the master volume on the speaker. The auto shutoff feature was malfunctioning. It wouldn't wake up on a signal return when it went into sleep mode. I didn't have a high enough output to the sub on my receiver. It works great after another issue was solved. Very happy with the purchase.
This is a powered sub that can produce 60 wattRMS output. The lowpass filter on the sub can be adjusted from 50 to 150 hertz. Gain and Frequency knobs on the control panel allow you to adjust the power output for the optimum blend and balance of bass output with your stereo or surround speakers. The subwoofer can be used with any amplifier system that has multiple input options. There is a corresponding output for each input. A full-range signal from the amplifier's stereo speaker outputs can be received by high-level inputs. The unit would be connected to a 5.1 system and these would be taken off the left and right sides. The outputs are in parallel to the speakers. The power output to the front speakers will not be affected by the impedance matching circuitry on the amplifier because the subwoofer provides its own power. There are a set of Line Level inputs for the sub. If you use a standard stereo system, you can connect the left and right line level outputs on the amplifier. The mono bass signal needs to be combined with the signals from the subs to drive the speaker. If you are using an amplifier with a single mono subwoofer line level output, you can split the output and send it to the two line level inputs. The cabinet that houses the subwoofer is 13.75" x 11.75" x 11.75" and is black. There is a black cloth speaker grill on the front of the driver and sound port.
👤I don't think 50hertz is high enough for a sub, but with my PC I can push the lowest frequencies on it, which is 31hertz, which makes it wobble like a mound of jello on top of a trampoline. The bass is amazing and it doesn't matter what the gain is with my PC at half volume. It is a little high for my taste. It is 8 inches. It doesn't get distorted and you can force a lower input. It rolls like it's trying to squash Harrison Ford.
👤The sub works well, it has a dial on it. Quality items can be found at a good price with Monoprice. The sound quality is not great, maybe a little bit of boom instead of a tight hit, but not much. This is one of the cheapest real entry level subs you can get. The finish is pretty good but could be better if you wanted to keep good sounding equipment cheap, like everything with monoprice, but you are getting function over form. One star is taken off because of the price on Amazon. These things are only 60 bucks. 20 extra dollars seems like a lot when you consider the cost of the 2 day shipping. Thats 33.3% of the price.
👤The price was a bit higher before. They decided to buy it based on satisfaction with customers' reviews and watched a few videos about it on the internet. I also own a Polk Audio PSW10 sub. I have no idea about Audio. According to some called "Audiophiles," having two or more different subs is not a good idea. They were correct. After an hour of tweaking and adjusting, I was finally able to get a strong bass with kicks and thumps. My neighbor upstairs complained about hearing and feeling the bass without the help of Polk's sub. I used it when I knew he was at work. I am very impressed with this sub that is great on both music and movies. If you're in a tight budget and want a good bass, get it. You won't get a low feel. It still kicks.
👤I wanted to extend the low end of the piano. It's perfect for that job. I'm not sure if I would use this in a primary home theater or entertainment setup if I had a student budget. I have nicer stuff in my main room. The build quality and feature set are very good. I settled on low volume and high volume levels for my DP, so I felt like it had plenty of room for that application. It was expected that higher settings would become a bit boxy. The kick drums really came alive with this sub, and myDP has decent drum kits in it. It's pretty tight. I am really happy for that application. 5 stars for value for money. If you're a Prime member, the shipping might wash out the cheaper pricing from Monoprice.
👤I don't understand the high ratings. It was okay for movies but terrible for music. The bass was muddy and made a terrible booming sound on the amplifier and receiver. I returned it because it was junk. If you replace the Elac 8 with the same price, you will get twice the volume.
The spun copper img woofer has a 12" front-firing. The transmitter has a 2.4 GHz band. The amplifier is all digital. Low pass and phase control. The grille is strong and flexible. The included components are a Subwoofer, a Wireless transmitter, and a power cable.
👤I didn't know that my wife wouldn't be very appreciative of what this thing can do. It's not a knock on Klipsch, but a compliment to how much bass these things can push out. Thankfully, we don't have to worry about objects being thrown at us while watching our favorite movies, because it can be turned down a bit. Since it is wireless, I can put it anywhere in the room, so I don't have to worry about running wires or hiding things. Even hidden, it makes no difference on the quality of sound and you are reminded of it during every scene. This has given me the bass that I need and is my favorite addition to my sound system. More than I need. If you already have a Klipsch reference series speakers, these things are an absolute beauty.
👤I decided it would be worthwhile to have 2 Klipsch R-12SWi subs in the home theater room, and I was correct. It's more than adequate for my home theater because of the noticeable improvement in bass and the fact that this sub doesn't go as deep as other subs. The wireless feature is very easy to set up. It's not required to have a cable for the power wall outlet because it's wireless. The unit is nice looking without the grill cover. It's a great value if you can purchase for less than $300.
👤I had never purchased a Klipsch product before. I am very impressed. The connection was instantaneous and painless. Klipsch has sold me on the idea of wireless speakers. Being able to place the unit anywhere without wires is a dream. I built a theater in my home using speaker wires and if we didn't do a complete make over of the room, it would have been a nightmare. Today's technology makes wireless a no-brainer. The sound quality is excellent and I have it programmed in with an Audyssey set up and without a single tweek to the "Sub" it blended in directly. The difference between my previous "Sub" and my previous Amp settings was amazing. I feel like I'm spending money. Some of my vinyl and CD's have a different sound quality and make listening to my collection and watching movies a bit more enjoyable, because you never know when you will hear something you didn't hear in the past.
👤I like my bass. I took the plunge on this Klipsch 12” because I thought my 10 year old sub was dead and was already looking to upgrade. Hooked this up without a problem. I know there are wireless kits. It is included with this, so you don't have to buy a separate wireless kit. After hooking this up and playing with my home theater set up, my old sub was still working. I am going to have a pair of subs set up. This makes it leave the water. Would expect more since it's 12” but not as much as it does. The speakers are from Polk.
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