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9.4* out of 10

PSB SubSeries 300

SubSeries 300 is the first in a new line of subwoofer designs to Read more

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Overall 10
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PSB Subseries 300

bigdrive5, Crutchfield
2 April 2012
  • Summary: This is the first powered subwoofer I have ever owned, so I am certainly not an expert on these things. I had earlier purchased a pair of PSB CS1000 outdoor speakers for my deck and was extremely impressed with them---especially the bass output from such a small speaker. So when I went shopping for a powered subwoofer for the living room, I figured I could not go wrong with PSB.
  • Pros: Built like a tank. No vibration or distortion I can hear. No shortcuts on the speaker or amplifier quality as far as I can tell.
  • Cons: Not sure if I like the volume control on the front behind the grill. I had to fiddle with it a lot when getting it set up. Haven't needed to mess with it since though.
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Overall 10
10

Solid Performer

Tom, Crutchfield
2 April 2012
  • Summary: When I was shopping for new subs, I first looked for trendy models which could go very low for special effects. But the more I listened, it became clear that what I really wanted was a musical sub which would blend in well with my speakers. These subs are excellent when paired with the PSB Synchrony 2 series, driven by an NAD T787 AVR. I cross over the towers at 50HZ and the Center at 70Hz. The subs fill in the lows very seamlessly down to 25-30 Hz.
  • Pros: Very musical, especially clean upright bass, bass guitars, and kick drums -- excellent build quality, flexible positioning, very clean amp
  • Cons: Some drop-off at low LFE special effects, occasional delay activating auto-on
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