Summary: This puts out better base than my JBL 15" 250watt powered sub woofer. I bought this one to put in my living room so I could move the big one to the basement into my media room. I've since put my older bigger subwoofer back in the living room and taken this 10 in to the Media room.
Summary: Great subwoofer for any home theater. Works perfectly in large rooms where normally most subwoofers are underpowered. Just be careful with those action movies....Avengers rattled my entire couch!
Summary: This is my first real sub subwoofer.. I've used other subwoofers from home theater in a box sets. But they do not compare to this in any way shape or form.. I am in away and audiophile I'm just a regular person who likes to hear is 5.1 surround sound the best you can.
Summary: This sub is great! It has nice deep sound. No distortion even at higher levels. I don't like much bass but I cranked it to test it and it fares well. The built in level/crossover is convenient. You can change it to your liking depending if you are listening to music or watching a movie.
Summary: I was prepared to be somewhat disappointed by this sub, since it is only '100' watts. The sub it replaced was from a Home Theater in a Box setup, and was rated at 200 watts I believe. This JBL sub still seems to be louder and deeper than it.
Summary: After hooking this up to my Harmon Kardon and Changing the Settings in My receiver I decided to have some friends over, The true test not a numbers test... First off, I have 4 floorstanding JBL Speakers with a JBL Center to match all Running through my Harmon Kardon.
Summary: I can't review this item fairly because it arrived broken. Something on the inside rattled around after opening the box. The only thing I can say about this unit is that it is bulky and heavy, making it awkward to move around.