These two models would be a perfect option if you do not need too much bass sound, but we still need to compare the output power – the maximal output power of Monoprice is 200 W versus 120 W of Dayton. The frequency response is 50-250 Hz for Monoprice and 25-140 for Dayton. Their crossover frequency is 50-150 Hz and 40-140 Hz respectively.
The advantage of Monoprice is that it is a bit more powerful than Dayton is. The disadvantage is that you may experience some buzzing noise.
The advantage of Dayton Audio SUB-1200 is that its frequency response goes from 25 Hz to 140 Hz. The disadvantage is that the auto on/off feature may not work properly.
Choosing between Monoprice 9723 or Dayton Audio SUB-1200, you need to remember that Monoprice is a better option if you want more bass, while Dayton has a better frequency response. However, both models would be perfect for small or middle-sized rooms.
Monoprice 9723 is a high-performance subwoofer that features an internal battery that is capable of running for 9 hours. It can transmit audio to two sets of Bluetooth receivers, the operating range of the splitter is around 30 feet. Dayton Audio SUB-1200 features a bottom-firing, flared port. It has high and low-level inputs, outputs, and phase control. Comparing Dayton Audio SUB-1200 vs Monoprice 9723, we can see many common features, like volume and crossover control and an auto on/off function.
Monoprice 9723 is a front-firing subwoofer with a 12 in a driver. It has 3 1/2 in ports located underneath the enclosure. Dayton Audio SUB-1200 features a downward-firing flared port design. It has a 12 in long-throw woofer. The construction is solid (MDF is used). The dimensions are 17.5x17.3x17 in for Monoprice 9723 and 17.8x16.2x16.8 in for Dayton Audio SUB-1200. The weight is 40.9 and 44.6 pounds respectively.
The Dayton Audio SUB-1200 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Dayton Audio SUB-1200 price