The Monoprice 9723 vs Polk Audio PSW111 matching allows me to see that different impedance rates (8 Ohms and 4 Ohms) influence the music quality and device’s power. The maximum crossover frequency also defines the sound clarity and its depth.
The Polk Audio PSW111 vs Monoprice 9723 sound comparison demonstrates that the first model can produce very tight and controlled bass. The second device also doesn’t add noticeable distortion to the sound but makes the music more stereo and surrounded. Moreover, the Polk Audio is perfect for small rooms, where it needs a straight direction of the sound, while the Monoprice is able to fill with the sound not only the room but the whole flat or house. I guess the reason for it is a power difference. The sensitivity is also varied (115 dB versus 90 dB). The 9723 has a better frequency response so it quicker reacts on commands, than the PSW111.
Both models have 4 stable legs, but the rest visual peculiarities are different. The first thing I want to compare is the corps. The Polk Audio looks very modern; it doesn’t have a standard subwoofer construction, becoming a useful decoration without the elements for dust concentration. The Monoprice has a more classic appearance, and the assembly quality isn’t really good because the box itself has creaks and strange scratches, unlike the PSW111’s corps. Furthermore, the Polk Audio subwoofer is much lighter (21 pounds) than then Monoprice’s device (40.9 pounds), so it can be easily placed on the bottom shelves above the PC or somewhere else.
The Polk Audio PSW111 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Polk Audio PSW111 price