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The cubic foot enclosure of the Polk Audio PSW111 subwoofer combines many of the company's advanced technologies developed in the field of acoustics of this class. This compact subwoofer is perfect for placement even in small rooms where it will be almost invisible, but will provide powerful, fast and quite deep bass. Comparing Polk Audio PSW111 vs Polk Audio PSW505 we can see that they have 8-inch and 12-inch drivers respectively. The power of the built-in amplifier is 300 W, while its output stages are designed to achieve maximum damping of the load, that is, to get a focused and elaborate bass.
Polk has managed a fantastically balanced subwoofer with the PSW505. The massive, 12-inch woofer reaches deep into the 20Hz range, and that’s apparent the first time this subwoofer is powered on. Lows are rich and full-bodied at all listening volumes, never distorting, and always sounding huge. Looking at weight Polk Audio PSW505 has 19.5 kg vs 9.5 kg from PSW111. The Klippet Optimized long throw woofer was designed with the Klippel Distortion Analyzer, which measures performance at extreme listening levels. What results is a woofer that is optimized to deliver solid performance across listening volumes.
The Polk Audio PSW505 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Polk Audio PSW505 price