SUB8 is equipped with an 8-inch driver. SUB8 covers a frequency range from 40 Hz to 120 Hz and has a modest maximum output power of 250 watts. In medium-sized rooms, SUB8 is easy to fit, filling the space with saturated bass.
It is very compact. Its MDF acoustic enclosure is quite weighty in terms of weight, creating a lasting feel and overall impression of quality. Kanto sub8 vs Audioengine S8 is smaller, it’s 9,3 kg versus 12,7 kg. The main interfaces and controls are located at the back, RCA input in addition to volume, crossover, and phase (0/180 °).
Audioengine S8 has 150 W power vs Kanto sub8 has 125 W nominal power. The subwoofer is equipped with a classic Hi-Fi amplifier working in A / B class and developing an output power of up to 250 watts. To provide the input signal, three inputs are provided at once - two linear stereo speakers (RCA and mini-jack connectors) and an LFE input.
The subwoofer is made in the case of a thick fiberboard, has deep internal damping and high-quality external finish (black or white). This model provides for volume control, input filter tuning frequency, and absolute signal phase.
The Audioengine S8 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Audioengine S8 price