Aug 21, 2018
Dayton SUB-1000L deserved the audience’s respect with its features and size. There is nothing special in its design just because mostly all subwoofers look the same – they are black and s...Read More
The Dayton Audio SUB-1000L vs Pioneer SW-8MK2 analogy allows seeing the nominal output power difference. The Dayton’s device has nominal output 100W power, while the Pioneer’s – only 50W. The first is supplemented by the floor stands and on-wall mounting brackets, and the second one is regarded as the only on-floor device (or it can be wall-mounted, using the user’s own tools).
The Pioneer SW-8MK2 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1000L sound quality collation demonstrates me the first device peculiarities. It offers me low thundering lows while retaining great frequency and not overpowering the lows and mids. The second model can boast with the excessive boom at high volumes and the sub-bass rolls off too quick. The SW-8MK2 has the 8 inches driver, so device greatly fits the small rooms, while the SUB-1000L (10 inches driver) is able to fill with sound even big apartments with lots of furniture.
The Dayton Audio SUB-1000L versus Pioneer SW-8MK2 visual comparison shows that the Pioneer has a classic for most modern subwoofers design. Its LED light has to indicate whether the sub is in sleep mode (red) or being utilized (green), but sometimes the indicator doesn’t reflect the real picture. It can glow green while being in a sleep mode. The Dayton doesn’t have such a feature at all, but it looks completely different than the SUB-1000L due to the slimness and placing all the plugs and controllers below (the Pioneer has all these elements from the back side). Moreover, if I compare the SW-8MK2 and SUB-1000L weights, the first unit is lighter (20.2 pounds against 25.7 pounds).
The Pioneer SW-8MK2 is better subwoofer in this comparison. Check Pioneer SW-8MK2 price