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: My setup: Yamaha R-S500 receiver, JBL ES20 speakers, and this sub. All running off of my PC with an upgraded sound card. The goods: This sub is capable of clean and tight bass, if you get it set up correctly and are looking for fill instead of boom I like the aesthetics of it, but that is purely...
Summary: I didn't need something that will rattles the walls, but this little puppy in combination with the excellent acoustics of the lower level of my home is quite astounding for 50 watts and can do just that.
Summary: I started with a Yamaha but opted for the Polk because it was $50 cheaper. I ran both in a series of tests and found that to the untrained ear there is not much difference. They both have a nice deep knock and handled different genres of music well.
Summary: ok, so this sub is a very good sub for a small room. if you want to use it in the living room put it in its optimal position in the room and maybe even get two of them. i have two of these subs for a small bedroom and they are great. my only complaint is how the port noise is very loud and annoying.
Summary: This is an excellent product with a down-firing "dynamic" speaker. Its packaging includes cables and a jack for inputing a subwoofer signal from a single out plug into a dual, which the unit has in the rear with RCA type or hard wire.