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Subwoofer - 100 Watt - black

Subwoofer - 100 Watt - black
alaScore 83

33 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 33 reviews of Subwoofer - 100 Watt - black. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Subwoofer - 100 Watt - black is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 33 reviews)

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SVSound PB-12 Plus Subwoofer

 

In today?s economy, good value in audio is more important than ever. To that end SVSound (SVS) has created a line of subwoofers that address every possible need in home theater and music listening without breaking the budget. I recently spent some...

The SVS PB12-Plus is truly a chameleon among subwoofers. It can play loud; it can play soft and everywhere in between. It can play as well up high as it does down low, a quality many subs lack. Its multiple port tunings and parametric EQ mean it can...

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Stereo Dave's Creation 650 Reference Speakers and Genesis Subwoofer

 

Many audio designers report that they design their components by listening, making a change, perhaps as small as a resistor, and then listening again. These are the guys you want making your stereo equipment. Even mass market audio equipment can be...

The first and perhaps only difference something like this should make is the elimination of playback errors. Fair enough, CDs do have errors during playback. But they also have a thing called Reed-Solomon Product Code Forward Error Correction. I spent...

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Epik Conquest Subwoofer

 

The Conquest is an eye opening subwoofer. If you are looking for spectacular bass regardless of size, this is your sub. The Conquest has few peers, and at $1,599 it really is a steal. However, I give one caveat: this is a heck of a big box. In a room,...

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SVSound PC13-Ultra Subwoofer

 

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Emotiva X-Ref 10 Subwoofer Review

 

Emotiva has once again proved with their new X-Ref 10 that they can design a subwoofer with the same no-nonsense rugged build quality they do with their amplifiers. You simply cannot break this sub no matter how hard you drive it. The X-Ref 10 is a...

Tight potent bass output ; Impeccable build quality ; Unbreakable

Small size & aggressive HPF limits ultimate bass extension ; No speaker level inputs

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Product Profile: Paradigm Monitor Subwoofer 12

 

Audioholics checks out one of Paradigm's newest home theater subwoofers.

Know someone with a lot of great tech gear? It’s time to accessorize.

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TBI Audio Systems Magellan VIII xu subwoofer and MGD-200 subwoofer amplifier - various

 

The Magellan VIII xu is TBI's newest sub. Although it looks like most of the other Magellan subs, TBI says it is a greatly enhanced design. Their website explains that their subs use a quasi-transmission line loaded enclosure that allows the woofer to...

Audience aR6-T with Au24 powerChords.

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Bag End Infrasub-12 powered subwoofer

 

Although the Infrasub-18 is an excellent performer, it's an extremely plain-looking sub that makes no attempt to be décor-friendly, and it's big (23.5 x 21.5 x 18.5 inches), which makes placement problematic in many home theater systems. Bag End...

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Field Test: Bag End INFRASUB-12 Pro Powered Subwoofer

 

Bag End has been making speakers and subwoofers for nearly three decades, creating its first sub in 1986 that went down to 30 Hz and then building an even lower 8Hz version in 1990.

Joe Hannigan runs Weston Sound & Video in Philadelphia.

Product Specifications

In a world of more than six billion people, Jamo's objective is to be the best sole speaker solution. Jamo knows everyone's listening needs are different that's why the company offers a wide variety of speakers. Jamo has changed its concept to better embrace the individual needs of the consumer. The new Jamo builds on stronger values - values that focus on the consumers' own right to determine what "good sound" is.
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