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HSU VTF-15H Subwoofer

HSU VTF-15H Subwoofer
alaScore 86

3 reviews

Aug, 2014

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HSU VTF-15H Subwoofer Review

 

The Hsu VTF-15H is a self-powered front-loaded vented subwoofer featuring a 15" long throw driver and 350 watt amplifier with controls to allow tweaking of the low pass crossover as well as the bottom end of the subwoofer to optimally match it to your...

Smart Styling and manageable size ; Very Inexpensive for performance capabilities ; Reasonable high outputs without high power ; Interesting port design making maximum use of internal volume ; Q” control for fine tuning bottom end of woofer ; Narrow...

Big and heavy – not easily moved by a single person (123 pounds) ; Cheap Volume Control on Amplifier (No detents or easily repeatable settings) ; No remote control ; Plastic 5-way binding posts give amplifier a cheap appearance ; Relatively low RMS...

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Hsu VTF-15H Subwoofer

 

Dr. Poh Ser Hsu designed and sold his first subs around 1991. They were tall, tube-like structures, built from the forms used to pour concrete pillars. The tubes were made of relatively thin fiberboard (roughly 0.125 inches thick), and their...

I’ve had many subwoofers in my home theater, though not all of the more recent, pricier designs. Some of these, the heard and as yet unheard, might offer a more manageable size, built-in DSP, multiple drivers, or other refinements. Many clearly offer...

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Hsu VTF-15H Subwoofer

 

Dr. Poh Ser Hsu designed and sold his first subs around 1991. They were tall, tube-like structures, built from the forms used to pour concrete pillars. The tubes were made of relatively thin fiberboard (roughly 0.125 inches thick), and their...

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