Summary: I purchased this sub a few years ago to round out my home theater. After comparing other units and sizes I settled on this one because of a review I read that it produces clear, focused low end sound. I couldn't agree more!
A great sub for the matching speakers, but with a few quirks
10 February 2011
Summary: Pros: - matches perfectly with the Energy Take Classic 5.0 speakers - Lots of volume and power when desired (I don't look for booming bass - just full rich sound) - versatile connections (speaker level and mono) - EXCELLENT Customer support - more about this below Cons: -versatile connections.
Summary: My first experience with this sub was within the Energy Take 5.1 system. I wanted a small but full range set up in my study. I paired the Energy speakers with a 70 WPC Marantz receiver and 40" Samsung LCD, resulting in a great performing personal sized system.
Summary: This little sub provides more than enough bass for small to medium rooms, sounds great with music and movies. Don't expect this to shake the walls but for around $100 you shouldn't be expecting that. I have mine set up in a 15x15 room and it does an impressive job.
Summary: Love this sub woofer. Doesn't over do it, just the right amount of base. I have a two prong audio jack leaving my receiver, and the sub woofer only has a one prong jack in, I thought that was a little odd. I would recommend this product regardless, it is reliable, quality, and sleek.
Summary: This sub's bass is very detailed but soon as it hits max volume it distorts. I think it's great for music more then movies because of the low wattage it has. You will make the wall it's on vibrate but pictures will not be bouncing off the wall like crazy.
Summary: This little 8" sub sounds great whether you're listening to music or watching movies. Smooth tones from jazz to classical to rock. It can shake the room and windows if you open it up. It has all the adjustments and inputs that you will need to match up to your system.
Summary: I use this with the Energy Take 5 surround sound speakers and a Pioneer VSX-919AH A/V receiver (120W per channel). I am picky about bass - I want it to go as close to 20Hz as possible and clean, absolutely no hint of mud and no exaggerated volume.