Summary: This subwoofer exceeded my expectations. It's small but delivers a good punch for movie soundtracks and, in my setup, it also supplements my Fluance AV5HTB for music duty. After some initial tuning, everything simply sounds better with this subwoofer. At this price it's a steal.
Love the base tone and listening to music and watching ...
Carl S., Amazon
18 February 2016
Summary: This Dynamo 300 Sub by Martin Logan was more than I anticipated. Love the base tone and listening to music and watching dvd's. I would likely recommend to anyone searching for quality at a reasonable price.Got theater sound features.
Summary: This is a very nice sub, kinda small for a large room but still adequate but if you have a 5.2 or 7.2 reciever then run two of them like I did and the sound is amazing! Wouldn't trade them for the world. Looks very expensive too and doesn't consume alot of space.
Nice, balanced-sounding, unobtrusive subwoofer for smaller rooms.
6 November 2015
Summary: I upgraded from PC 2.1 speakers to a 2.1 music system with bookshelf speakers. I needed an inexpensive-compact subwoofer, and this unit does well in smaller rooms such as offices and bedrooms.
Summary: Asides the fact that this is a very good looking subwoofer I am fairly pleased with it. This won't rock your socks off. If you are looking to blow your head away with bass then steer clear. This sub does a great job supplementing my speakers and hitting those low freqs.
Summary: This subwoofer is good for a small space, but let me tell you the real value is owning 2 Dynamo 300s. I bought 3 mediabridge subwoofer y conectors (1 male to female y-splitter and 2 female to male y-splitters).
Summary: Great sounding, plenty of punch and power. Took a star because it's a bit hard to calibrate and get the sound right. Usually a subwoofer will pair with your system after a good calibration, but I find myself tweeking this thing often to get the sound right.
Summary: I bought this for my new Magnapan MMGW electrostatic speakers and am very happy with the result. It's not "boomy" at all. The crossover control has a nice range that allowed it to kicks in about the time the MMGW's bass peters out, which it certainly does on the low end of just about every...