Polk Audio PSW10 10" 100-Watt Powered Subwoofer
- Built-in amplifier supplies 100W peak power (50W RMS amp) for punchy low-end sound and minimal distortion
- Non-resonant MDF enclosure with 3/4" baffle and vented, flared bass port help eliminate any distortion in your audio
- Klippel laser measurement technology and compression circuitry means improved bass clarity at higher volumes
- Adjustable subwoofer volume control provides added convenience
- Continuously variable 80-160 Hz crossover and 40-160 Hz (-3dB) frequency response make it easy to upgrade your listening experience
- Sleek detachable grille on the front, speaker and line-level inputs and speaker-level outputs on the back, and a Phase Toggle Switch for multiple subwoofers offer enhanced versatility
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Of the 187 reviewers who responded, 171 would recommend this product.
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- Value but sure not audiophile quality- 13 janvier 2013
After giving this sub a good 3 week break in period I have say it sure lacks any semblance of clear articulated bass. With that said I would give it points for at least filling the room with boom. While the clarity isn't anything to brag about it does fill that 150hz to about 50hz frequency range in. Don't expect to play Japanese bass drum music and be awestruck. Rap sounds ok and so does heavy metal if you don't expect to hear the striker hitting the face of the drum. A good focal or velodyne may give you that but at a much higher price point. All in all an ok woofer god at keeping your theater budget on track. Audiophiles will be disappointed.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good unit!- 31 août 2019
It's a sub - woofer. It sits in the corner and makes loud thumping noises. The Polk does that very well. Mine is tied to a small bookshelf system, but does a great job of filling in where the speakers (bose cubes) can't reach in terms of sound. As the cubes don't have much at all in terms of bass, the polk does a great job at making up for the absence. It has widely adjustable controls, so you can get a clean thump or soften things out so it's more of a heavy sustained bass. Nice unit, particularly for what I paid. No problems at all with it or with setting it up, except that my wife isn't sure what it does... She's learning, though!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Looks nice, but thats about all.- 25 décembre 2010
I've had this sub for a little over a year and all in all I wish I purchased something different. It sounds nice at times, but there is so much port noise at decent volumes that it gets annoying and its only turned halfway up! The speaker grille vibrates and buzzes when the sub hits sometimes too. For the money you can definitely find something better, pioneer offers a sub for 100$ cheaper and blows this out of the water, my best advice though is to save up a little more and buy a better sub fromt Klipsch. Oh by the way its paired with a pioneer vsx820k, pioneer center and front floorstanding speakers and polk surrounds, so its not because of a bad system.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.