Summary: First off let me say that even if the light burns out on the front of it like everyone claims I still think that it is one of the best subs under 500 maybe even under 1000. If you're looking to make a serious addition to your Home Theater this is a great buy.
Summary: Great Sub for music. I am using it w/ a pair of Energy RC10's for 2.1 stereo. It works perfect for this. Nice tight accurate bass. I'm very happy with this sub. Too bad it has been discontinued by Energy. Get it while you can at the clearance pricing.
Summary: this sub sounds awesome... once you get it set up. the sub itself was simple to set up, but when i played music, the bass was just boomy. it took me several hours of fine tuning to get the best sound out of it.
Summary: I bought this Sub Woofer based on numerous reviews I had read. The first one I received simply did not work, and would not "auto power up. and off".. The company did replace it immediately...but...only after I shipped the brand new not working one back to them...AT MY EXPENSE..
Summary: I purchased the take 5 speakers, and was debating between the 8" or 10" sub, I decided to go with the 10". I have had a lot of audio equipment over the years, and I really enjoy a nice clean "thumping" bass, and this unit delivers, with plenty to spare.
Summary: I use this mostly for music, and I haven't noticed anything different when watching movies: this sub is great. It's basically the same thing as the Mirage Omni-S10 10-Inch 800 Watt High-Performance Subwoofer with slightly different control layouts. This does not disappoint in any way.
Summary: I bought this subwoofer along with Energy TC 5 pack about 4 months ago, first 3-3 1/2 month i did not really use it because i did not have a receiver, i bought a brand new Onkyo-607 couple weeks ago.