Popular subwoofer comparisons 2020

  • BIC America F12 review Monoprice 9723 review

    BIC America F12 vs Monoprice 9723

    The sub provides powerful and clear bass. The 12-inch speaker is good to enhance the sound of your music and make your movie even more intense. Monoprice 9723 vs BIC America F12 has a frequency response range from 50 to 250 Hz (vs 25 – 200 Hz) with a low-pass filter that can be adjusted over the entire range. ...
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  • Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 review SVS PB-1000 review

    Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 vs SVS PB-1000

    The SVS PB-1000 features a 10-inch front-facing subwoofer with 300 watts power. With a frequency response of 19 to 270 Hz, the PB-1000 is equipped to handle almost all types of listening materials. Deep bass sound without any noise. The amplifier is built into the device, its actual class is D...
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  • BIC America F12 review Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review

    BIC America F12 vs Bic Acoustech PL-200 II

    The PL-200 is the oldest in the line of this manufacturer, equipped with a solid driver with a 12-inch metallic polymer diffuser. Bic Acoustech PL-200 II vs BIC America F12 has 250 W power but F12 – 150 W. An amplifier with power of up to 1000 watts at the peak, is built according to the BASH scheme...
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  • BIC America F12 review Klipsch R-120SW review

    BIC America F12 vs Klipsch R-120SW

    R-120SW is an active subwoofer with a 12” size driver. Klipsch R-120SW vs BIC America F12 has 200 W power, while F12 has 150 W. The amplifier is custom made to Klipsch specifications. This amplifier has low distortion and is precisely matched to the subwoofer speaker, thereby achieving high efficiency. The...
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  • BIC America F12 review Klipsch R-10SW review

    BIC America F12 vs Klipsch R-10SW

    The Klipsch R-10SW subwoofer can please the listener with a 300-watt bass maximal output power in the frequency range 32-120 Hz. With a weight of 11.6 kg, speakers with MDF walls are placed on the floor. A 10-inch front-facing subwoofer provides flexibility in any room for pulsed bass on demand. The Klipsch Refere...
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  • SVS SB-1000 review SVS PB-1000 review

    SVS SB-1000 vs PB-1000

    300 watt active subwoofer allow it to be used in rooms of various sizes. The PB-1000 subwoofer delivers incredibly deep, lightweight, and authoritative bass for your home theater. It provides more than 700 watts in peak. It has a built-in digital processor that harmonizes the speaker with the case and helps to get a linear response....
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  • SVS SB-1000 review Klipsch R-12SWi review

    SVS SB-1000 vs Klipsch R-12SWi

    The subwoofer SB-1000 is universal. SVS SB-1000 vs Klipsch R-12SWi has 300 W power, another model has 200 W. 12-inch driver size with a maximum power of 700 watts. The Sledge STA-300D amplifier supports precise subwoofer control. The case is firmly fixed and soundproofed, so the bass you hear is always light and clean, ev...
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  • BIC America F12 review Pioneer SW-8MK2 review

    BIC America F12 vs Pioneer SW-8MK2

    This is an active 8-inch subwoofer. The low-frequency output from this subwoofer is excellent, loud enough for medium-sized rooms. The nominal output power is small, only 50 watts. The SW-8MK2 is a perfect size, it sounds amazing, and the bass is solid. Pioneer SW-8MK2 vs BIC America F12 has a better quality. You ...
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  • Polk Audio PSW10 review Dayton Audio SUB-1000 review

    Polk Audio PSW10 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1000

    PSW12 is a good combination of power and restraint. The power amplifier is 50 watts. The model was not difficult to configure. The proximity of the character of bass to neutral allows us to predict good compatibility with many shelving speakers. Polk Audio PSW10 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1000 weighs less. ...
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  • Yamaha DXS12 review Yamaha DXS15 MKII review

    Yamaha DXS12 vs DXS15 MKII

    It is a professional active subwoofer with the 15-inch driver size. Yamaha DXS15 MKII vs Yamaha DXS12 has 800 W power, while DXS12 has 200 watts less. The device is equipped with a DSP processor, which has the BOOST and XTENDED-LF modes, which allow you to enhance the sound of the low-frequency range and further expand the...
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  • Klipsch R-10SW review Klipsch R-110SW review

    Klipsch R-10SW vs R-110SW

    The Klipsch R-110SW is a powerful addition to your home audio system. Ideal for high-performance systems, this subwoofer delivers clean, deep bass. A 10-inch speaker with a copper-ceramic diffuser is installed as an emitter. Klipsch R-110SW vs Klipsch R-10SW has 200 W power, which is 50 watts more than the R-10SW. T...
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  • Sonos SUB review Amazon Echo Sub review

    Sonos SUB vs Amazon Echo Sub

    The Sonos SUB active subwoofer is designed to complete Sonos branded audio systems that require additional bass support. It has 280 W power. Sonos SUB vs Amazon Echo Sub is wireless. Each speaker is connected to its Class D amplifier, which ensures high bass power without significant heating of the device itself. The original...
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  • Dayton Audio SUB-1200 review Monoprice 9723 review

    Dayton Audio SUB-1200 vs Monoprice 9723

    This is a 12-inch subwoofer, capable of producing 200W peak power. Monoprice 9723 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1200 has 150 watts nominal power, Dayton – 120 W. It has a frequency response range from 50 to 250 Hz with a low-pass filter that can be adjusted over the entire range. Indescribable black design t...
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  • Polk Audio PSW10 review Monoprice 9723 review

    Polk Audio PSW10 vs Monoprice 9723

    This is a 12-inch subwoofer capable of delivering 150 watts RMS. Monoprice 9723 vs Polk Audio PSW10 has 200 watts maximum output power, PSW10 - 100 watts. Monoprice offers 50-250 Hz, a sensitivity of 115 dB, which facilitates load transfer. Its appearance is harmless enough. It does not attract much attention. Lin...
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  • Klipsch R-115SW review SVS PB-2000 review

    Klipsch R-115SW vs SVS PB-2000

    SVS PB-2000 is an excellent choice for home theater in rooms of 25-35 sq m. SVS PB-2000 vs Klipsch R-115SW has 500 W power, Klipsch has a little less – 400 watts. The device allows the user to configure listening options for themselves. For this, the manufacturer presented the opportunity to separately adjust the crossover...
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  • Klipsch R-112SW review SVS PB-1000 review

    Klipsch R-112SW vs SVS PB-1000

    A 12-inch radiator and 300 watts of power allow it to be used in rooms of various sizes. SVS PB-1000 vs Klipsch R-112SW has more maximal output power (720 vs 600). The SVS Sledge STA-300D amplifier has a built-in digital processor that matches the speaker to the case and helps to get a linear response. The rugged subwoofe...
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  • Dayton Audio SUB-1200 review Dayton Audio SUB-1500 review

    Dayton Audio SUB-1200 vs SUB-1500

    The Dayton Audio SUB-1500 is great for people who value good bass sound. Dayton Audio SUB-1500 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1200 has 150 W nominal power, SUB-1200 has 120 W. The wide frequency range of the crossover (from 40 Hz to 140 Hz) allows you to make it an integral part of any audio system. S...
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  • BIC America F12 review Dayton Audio SUB-1200 review

    BIC America F12 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1200

    The subwoofer is equipped with a 12-inch subwoofer. BIC America F12 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1200 has 150 W nominal output power, another model has 120 W. Equipped with an amplifier with a peak power of 475 watts. I think that the power of the subwoofer is not only enough for home use, but a party in the backyar...
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  • Klipsch R-112SW review Klipsch R-120SW review

    Klipsch R-112SW vs R-120SW

    Active 12-inch Hi-Fi subwoofer. The total output power is 200 W, and the frequency range is – 29-120 Hz. The crossover function has no defects. The sound is musically accurate and powerful. The subwoofer's low-frequency output is excellent, deep enough for most applications, and loud enough in a medium-sized room. ...
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  • Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review Klipsch R-12SWi review

    Bic Acoustech PL-200 II vs Klipsch R-12SWi

    The PL-200 II is a great device, equipped with a BASH amplifier that is familiar to all music lovers. BIC Acoustech PL-200 II vs Klipsch R-12SWi has 250 W power, Klipsch has 200 W nominal output power. BIC Acoustech can play audio up to 1000 watts. It plays audio at high volume and without distortion....
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