Summary: Works perfectly well in a small room. This is my second powered subwoofer from Velodyne and it's quality never fails to satisfy. Great bass with seamless crossover with the main speakers. The size and quality of bass output complements my NHT bookshelves speakers extremely well.
Summary: The output for this unit is absolutely phenomenal. The dimensions of this sub is very small but it will rattle a few things. In fact, I have two units, one connected to a Denon 2112 CI and the other connected to a Pioneer Elite VSX-51. I use Monster cables on both with AudioQuest rca splitters.
Summary: I bought this because I did not have the space in the room I wanted it for a bigger box. It has a nice sound, but its volume is a little on the feeble side. I had to trim my mains by 10db to get the kind of balance I wanted.
Summary: This sub is exactly as expected. It will give you a good bottom end to round out your 5.1 system. I can clearly hear the base guitar, and base sax tones perfectly. Works outstanding when listening to techno dance. My room is irregular and 15 x 29 in size.
Summary: I originally purchased this as I read the specs and know the companies reputation. That being said I purchased it for my bedroom which is about 13x18. A good size master for my average 3 bed to bath. I was pleased with it's depth and just wish it had a little more bass.
Summary: I have this sub attached to a Denon AVR-1610, along with a pair of BIC DV62 F/L and a BIC Center speaker, and it sounds great whether you're using it for movies or music (for rap music, it sounds awful no matter how much you adjust, but I don't listen to it anyways, so it's no bother to me as I was...
Summary: I bought this to enhance the sound of the ceiling speakers in my 3 season room. I wanted something small that would fit under a table or love seat so my choices were limited. I first tried the Yamaha FSW-050. The size was perfect but the love affair ended there.