Summary: Sounded great for about 4 years. Started making cracking and popping sounds. Contracted Polk and they stated they could drill me a new amp for $100. No thanks. Thought Polk made better products. Check Google for psw110 cracking sounds. (I did not purchase this sub through this seller.
Polk customer service was excellent in diagnosing it as a bad amplifier
28 December 2015
Summary: After 3 years (and after the warranty period) the sub started to crackle and pop. There would be a large thumping noise (like a heartbeat) even when the receiver was off and sending no signal. Polk customer service was excellent in diagnosing it as a bad amplifier.
Summary: Newer model of this subwoofer does not have a dedicated (LFE) RCA subwoofer input jack, it only has a red and white RCA inputs. The user diagram clearly shows the standard RCA LFE input jack but the actual physical unit does not have the jack.
Summary: As the review title states, I returned and exchanged a Polk 110 for a PSB 125. It's been a year and I still prefer and enjoy the PSB 125. So, no regrets. As a matter of fact, I just ordered and received a PSB 100 from Crutchfield.
Summary: Polk should be ashamed of himself to want so much for this weak sub. Replaced it with a Paradigm PDR-8 for the same price and it blew the Polk out of the room. The Polk PSW10 sounds better and is also cheaper!
Pros: Built like a tank.
Cons: Its the weakest 100 watt sub i've ever heard!!!!
Summary: Why buy this sub when u can get the psw 505 at the same price? It has a larger driver, more power and a lower frequency response. the 505 is not much bigger as far as size goes, but It's totally different in performance. I had a psw 10 for 2 days.
Summary: It does exactly what a sub should do, provide rumbling bass. Until the amp fails. The amp in mine failed after 3 years and now it sounds like the sub is blowing raspberries at me when it plays. Literally. Ha ha, you got me Polk. Verry funny, I own the amazing spitting sub.