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: 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: Good grief, this is one MONSTER THUMPER! Adjust the control one way, and you'll never know that it is there. Adjust the control the other way, and all of the super low-frequency stuff within TV shows will shake your house.
Summary: Very accurate reproduction of sound. Bass is solid but not boomy. I was skeptical, but it had SO MANY good reviews I just thought it was a good bet. Glad I did too. This is a very good sub. I notice a world of difference from my old HTIB sub. I have mine set at %50.
Summary: For the price, this is great. Can fill a medium sized room. Definitely doesn't go down to 20hz, maybe 50hz max. There is noticeable port noise when you turn it above half volume. LPF and auto on features are great. I am very satisfied for the price. Perfect for adding bass to your living room.
Summary: Just got this the other day, after realizing I needed a sub-woofer out cable, I had to wait before actually hearing the way this thing sounded and I have to say, totally worth the wait! The little guy rocks. Picks up low end, mid, and high end bass perfectly.