Tight sounding kicks and bass for live applications.
Local 808, Amazon
5 November 2013
Summary: I own both the KW181s and these KSubs. The KW181 is used for large venues and these KSubs are used for small to medium venues with up to 300 people. The KSubs are definitely punchy and clean whereas the KW181s are boomy. It's definitely personal preference when it comes to sound, but from my experience, the KSubs produce tighter kicks and bass for live band applications.
Summary: I would say this ksub is a large step up from my Mackie 1801. I have used this the KSub on 63 Gigs and am very very pleased with the sound and the quality of this sub. I loved this speaker so much I ordered a second one for those gigs that have to have all that low end. I paired them up with the JBL 635S AND LET ME SAY I THINK THATS A REALLY GREAT SOUND. I would highly recommend this product.
Summary: As a mobile DJ/turntablist who only works 5x-10x a year, I always try to find ways to downsize my setup. I have since gone from JBL EONs to Bose L1s, but found my 15" sub was still the biggest hinderance in achieving the goal of shorter setup time and lighter load, but I still need that thump on the floor.
Summary: DUDE THIS UNIT KICKS AT FIRST I WAS GOING TO GET THE KW181 SUB BUT I WENT AND HEARD THE KSUB AT GUITAR CENTER AND I WAS SOLD I USE THE K12'S FOR THE TOPS AND DUDE THEY KICK AND I LIKE THE WAY YOU PUT THE K12'S ON TOP SO I WENT AND PURCHASED ONE MORE KSUB AND THE SYSTEM IS COMPLETE AND SOUND AWESOME INSIDE AND OUTSIDE AND CLEAR I USE A SONIC MAXIMIZER ON MY SYSTEM.
Summary: Yes sir ! Just like the song says, you can definitely feel this bass in your face !....and your stomach and ears, etc...lol I picked up one of these beauties, seriously the housing is definitely sharp looking and clean. DJ'd a wedding for 375 people on Saturday, inside a room that could easily accomodate twice as many people. I paired these up with a pair of Mackies SRM450's v.1 and a pair of Yamaha's MSR400's.
Summary: My church just purchased one of these ksubs, and it is awesome. We play in a roomm that holds 1,000 people, (we rent the building) and even though we don't pack the place out at all, it still powers everything, we were thinking of getting another ksub but i seriously think that we would LITERALLY blow down the walls. one is more than enough. the sound quality is awesome. I barely turn the volume level up to about 50% and it shakes my socks.
Summary: I recently purchased this KSUB and paired it with QSC K12's. This sub is simply awesome. It's tight hard hitting bass sound really rocks the house. I've used it at three gigs so far and used one KSUB in place of 2 Peavey 15 inch subs. This KSUB definitely outperforms the two 15 inch subs. The bass is more pronounced and tighter. It really complements the K12's. I have already received kudos for the sound at gigs.
Summary: Hard to believe this thing weights only 77lbs, and pushes out nearly 1000w of serious thump. With the wheels and easy connectivity to main speakers, this sub is perfect for me. I didn't even need to turn the volume dial more than 40% and it sounded amazing. For an event up to 250 ppl, one sub is more than sufficient. Buy 2 subs for bigger events and you should be all set.
Summary: The KSub is the most compact AND powerful sub I've ever used. My band, 7k, recently used them on a 7-week US Tour and used them in every kind of venue imaginable. We also loaded them in and out of every one of those places! They are truly well-designed, reliable, and sound fantastic. In addition to live vocals and instruments, we also ran full-range loops through them and we never ran out of headroom ... ever! For even more detail, please watch my YouTube videos.
Summary: The K-Sub is the most compact AND powerful sub I've ever used. My band, 7k, recently used them on a 7-week US Tour and used them in every kind of venue imaginable. We also loaded them in and out of every one of those places! They are truly well-designed, reliable, and sound fantastic. In addition to live vocals and instruments, we also ran full-range loops through them and we never ran out of headroom ... ever! For even more detail, please watch my YouTube videos.