Summary: I am not a picky when it comes to my audio components, I have an older Sony receiver that I have been using with some KLH speakers. I don't have high end audio equipment but my ears are satisfied.
Summary: I've been using the Velodyne subwoofer for more than a year and I've been delighted at its performance. The set-up feature is really cool - you take the enclosed microphone and put it where you're going to be sitting.
Great sound, money spent more on sound than outsides, I think
14 March 2013
Summary: I got this for use in my living room and a PSB Subsonic 5i for use in the smaller bedroom system. However, since I had the 5i in the living room system for a while, I was able to compare them "apples to apples" where they were the only thing that changed, and both are 10" subwoofers who's prices are...
Summary: I am a recovering audiophile with a 15" servo Velodyne that I have enjoyed for years, so I went straight to Velodyne for my new sub which was to be used in a bedroom/office area which is where I spend about 2/3 of my life. It is not for a home theater.
Summary: I'm used to listening to my audio "dry" through studio monitors but often coveted the full depth of sounds that only a subwoofer can give. This one is deep without the distortion and buzzing. It's smooth. It's like Barry White to the max, ooohh yeah.
Summary: Sound from the Velodyne EQ-Max 10 is subtle but awesome when it is working. The earth literally moves beneath your feet. It's like magic, and sound quality is everything I expected in a Velodyne subwoofer product.
Summary: Paired with some Mirage OM3-FS speakers and a Marantz slimline receiver. I used a simple purple RCA cable type cable. Loads of connection options in the back as expected. Power switch is "always on" and "standby". Smooth cutout dialer and +/-volume buttons. Very smooth, clean bass.