Summary: Wow! This sub-woofer really rocks! I couldn't be more pleased. Especially like the 'On/Off/Auto' feature at rear of unit. Read some reviews on other brands that did not have this feature. Hmmm. Looks great as well.
Summary: Extremely popular Sub woofer. Suits my needs perfectly. Until you have a sufficient budget ($$$) to invest in larger Polk's or JBL's this will do the job until then. I have researched the heck out this category and nothing else will touch this model for the money. Small footprint, adequate power and hook-up connections. Reasonable low end response and will balance perfectly with other speakers whether 2.0,5.1 or 7.1 setup. Usually available for around $100 or so.
Summary: Got an opportunity to demo unit against the Sony SA-W2500 and Pioneer SW-8MK2 at my local BB's listening room. Amongst the 3, the PSW10 is in its own class. It would be the home audio pick. All have crossover dials and auto on/off switches. The latter 2 are close. Each was selected joining a HT system of Yamaha receiver and Pioneer speakers in a 5.1 configuration.
Summary: I bought this after my 10" JBL bit the dust. I am extremly impressed with the quality of the speaker it has great sound for about half the price of my JBL. Used together with my old school type stereo 150W Harmon Kardon powering 2 studio quality speakers the sub woofer adds the lower bass missing in my speakers. You can set it to shake everything from the wall or just add some deep bass. I love the way it sounds during Nascar's "Crank it up".
Excerpt: I love this subwoofer for what I use it for in an average sized apartment room. I can't turn it up that loud because I'm afraid my neighbor will hear it downstairs and my apartment has good soundproofing. I'm no high tech expert but I'm extremely happy with this purchase. Also, the shipping was super fast and I would definitely order from here again.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality