Summary: I matched this up with a pair of Audioengine A5+ speakers. A marriage made in heaven. I just use it for some medium level music in my bedroom. The Audioengine A5+ speakers did pretty well for 5 1/4 inch speakers but I wanted a little more bottom and this takes care of that nicely.
Summary: So, I spent over 3 hours cycling through my favorite tunes on my Android phone from the 500 plus songs in my library. First of all, I bought this for my motorhome, because I've got an older, but very good quality boombox set up in there for my tunes.
Summary: I agree with the others who have posted here. If your budget maxes out at $100 bucks, then this is the sub to get. Yes, Five out of Five stars in its category. Sure, it's not a $1600 digitally-driven Velodyne, but by gosh and by golly this little sub still has the potential to put a big smile on...
Summary: This was a replacement for a 12", 180 watt (RMS) Infinity subwoofer. Since this subwoofer has less than half the power of my old one, (as well as the old one going down to 18Hz) I was worried that I wasn't going to have the low end that I was used to.
Summary: Works great, only one deficiency: Auto-On switch only turns the speaker on with strong low-frequency signal, so if you listen to quiet music you either turn it on manually or turn the volume really high for a moment.