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Looking at Polk Audio PSW10 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1500 we see that the first unit has 10-inch driver while his opponent has 15 inches. The LFE cinema input is supplemented with separate connectors for the right and left channels, and the “hot” speaker terminals are duplicated by the corresponding acoustic outputs. The crossover adjustment range is 60 - 110 Hz. The phase changes only discretely. Despite Polk Audio PSW10 has a 10W low-frequency driver and a 50 watts power amplifier with pick a peak power of 100 watts, the sound pressure is enough for a room of 20 square meters.
The Dayton Audio SUB-1500 has 25 kg vs 11.8 kg from Polk Audio PSW10. The woofer is made of polymer. This model also has a driver installed on the front panel. The venting port is down-firing. The audio amplifier output power is 150 W. The impedance is 4 Ohms, while the frequency response range is from 23 Hz to 140 Hz. Therefore, this model is compatible with various setups. This model also has the phase switch which allows you to choose between 0 and 180 degrees settings. The power switch has three modes – on/auto/off. The gain dial allows you to change the volume level.
The Dayton Audio SUB-1500 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Dayton Audio SUB-1500 price