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.
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.
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: 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: I've been using a Velodyne sub with our theater equipment for 15 years. When I finally had the ability to set up a man cave in my basement, I naturally wanted Velodyne to provide the bass. This time I opted for 2 subs. Once again they are awesome!
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.
Great sound, money spent more on sound than outsides, I think
Frobisher "Dave", Amazon
5 April 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...