Summary: This speaker is great. I got the wireless kit with it. There were some issues setting it up, but that was due to my receiver, not the speaker. It puts out a lot of bass. Don't but a bigger one unless you've just got money to blow or you have a ridiculously large room.
Summary: I Started with a Polk PSW10 and just bought one of these used on eBay. I was kind of thinking it would not make a big difference, but it was a good deal, so I went for it. First of all, the fit and finish of this unit is leagues ahead of the PSW10.
Have this in combination with 265RT fronts and 255cRT. ...
18 September 2014
Summary: Have this in combination with 265RT fronts and 255cRT. It manages to keep up with clean tight bass. Some may say it is under powered to match these speakers but I use mostly for a theatre system and not for music. Auto-on function requires moderate volume to turn the sub on.
Summary: This was purchased since I bought some towers and I received a credit... That credit got me thinking I needed a dual-sub setup, and guess what, I'm glad I did. I already had a Polk sub that has two 10" subs - which I absolutely love.
Pros: Not too large, has a good bass hit, wireless capable.
Cons: Not as boomy as some may want, wireless reviews point to issues....
Summary: This is a very good little sub. I find no reason not to give it 5 stars. I use it with the Polk A3s for music, and I found it to be a great match for the A3s. Surprisingly, I even tried upgrading to their 550 sub and it didn't sound as good!
Summary: The Polk sub I ordered is probably too small for my system. It's not a good match with my larger Velodyne sub, and I've had to lower it's volume output below the recommended level to avoid over-driving it.
Pros: It's downward firing.
Cons: Physical fit, and lack of matching to my other sub.