May 11, 2020Read More
PSW12 is a great combination of power and restraint. It has an amplifier power of 50 watts. Polk Audio PSW10 vs Dayton Audio SUB-800 is bigger, it’s 10-inch vs 8-inch driver size. The sub represents excellent sound quality and superior craftsmanship. You can adjust the gain over a very wide range.
It has a nice silver color front panel. The back panel displays all the necessary adjustments. The LFE cinema input is supplemented with separate connectors for the right and left channels. The crossover adjustment range is 60 – 110 Hz. The phase changes only discretely.
Great performance and compact size. For a small space, this 8-inch sub is more than enough, even with suboptimal placement. Dayton Audio SUB-800 has 80 W nominal power vs Polk Audio PSW10 has 50. The sound quality is much better than you might expect. Highly recommended for those who work with limited space but still want a clean, deep, and accurate bass.
The case is solidly built and looks great. The amplifier on the rear panel has all the necessary connections, and the controls have a sense of quality. If you remove the grille, you can see the strong driver with a great thick roll-up edging.