Popular subwoofer comparisons 2019

  • Dayton Audio SUB-1200 review Klipsch R-10SW review

    Dayton Audio SUB-1200 vs Klipsch R-10SW

    The Klipsch R-10SW vs Dayton Audio SUB-1200 power comparison shows that the first model has much better features. The R-10SW proposes a high nominal output power (150W versus Klipsch’s 120W) and the awe-inspiring maximal output power rate (300W vs 120W).
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  • Polk Audio PSW111 review Monoprice 9723 review

    Polk Audio PSW111 vs Monoprice 9723

    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.
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  • Klipsch R-10SW review Monoprice 9723 review

    Klipsch R-10SW vs Monoprice 9723

    With the frequency range between 50 and 250 and high sensitivity, Monoprice 9723 wins over when it comes to savoring all the nuances of the instrumental music. Its 12-inch driver emits powerful and detailed sound. It performs very clean, the bass is ample and solid, yet not reaching a wall-shaking thump. For ...
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  • BIC America F12 review SVS SB-1000 review

    BIC America F12 vs SVS SB-1000

    Due to the test SVS SB-1000 vs BIC America F12 I’ve managed to compare the peculiarities of mid-level SVS SB-1000 and low-cost BIC America F12 (extremely cheap related to its features) – two 12-inch subs for home theaters and acoustics. SVS SB-1000 and BIC America F12 have RCA inputs for low-...
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  • Polk Audio PSW505 review Polk Audio PSW111 review

    Polk Audio PSW505 vs PSW111

    Polk Audio PSW111 is a single 8-inch subwoofer, while its competitor Polk Audio PSW505 is presented in the 12-inch size. When testing Polk Audio PSW505 vs PSW111 subwoofers, I discovered the differences not only in the driver size but also in their power features and audio performance. In particul...
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  • Dayton Audio SUB-1000L review Monoprice 9723 review

    Dayton Audio SUB-1000L vs Monoprice 9723

    When testing and comparing Dayton Audio SUB-1000L vs Monoprice 9723 subwoofers, the functionality, power, and produced sound of Monoprice 9723 impressed me more than Dayton. First, Monoprice is more powerful. Second, it has better audio performance features, delivering the sound that lets enjo...
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  • Monoprice 9723 review Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review

    Monoprice 9723 vs Bic Acoustech PL-200 II

    The check of Bic Acoustech PL-200 II vs Monoprice 9723 let me compare their diversities and reveal much larger Bic Acoustech PL-200 II’s power than Monoprice 9723 has. However, this advantage requires other components of the acoustic system to be powerful (no more than 50% less powerfu...
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  • Pioneer SW-8MK2 review Dayton Audio SUB-1000L review

    Pioneer SW-8MK2 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1000L

    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...
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  • Klipsch R-10SW review Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review

    Klipsch R-10SW vs Bic Acoustech PL-200 II

    The Bic Acoustech PL-200 II vs Klipsch R-10SW collation allows me to see that the PL-200 II has much higher maximal output power than the R-10SW (1000W versus 300W). The nominal output power advantage is also on the Bic Acoustech side – 250W against the 150W. The first PL-200 II accomm...
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  • SVS SB-1000 review Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review

    SVS SB-1000 vs Bic Acoustech PL-200 II

    Bic Acoustech PL-200 II vs SVS SB-1000 review aims to compare closed and open subwoofers. Samples work in similar frequency ranges: 21-200 Hz (Bic) versus 24-260 Hz (SVS) and in combination with the design of the case it gives a different sound.
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  • Polk Audio PSW505 review Monoprice 9723 review

    Polk Audio PSW505 vs Monoprice 9723

    Monoprice 9723 vs Polk Audio PSW505 review is made to compare budget subwoofers in term of producing a deep bass in a wide frequency range with a significant difference in maximum power. Monoprice 9723 produces 200W maximal output power, while PSW505 – 480W.
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  • Polk Audio PSW505 review Klipsch R-10SW review

    Polk Audio PSW505 vs Klipsch R-10SW

    Klipsch R-10SW vs Polk Audio PSW505 review is the comparison of two subwoofers with different power and impedance: 8 (R-10SW) and 4 (PSW505). Also, subwoofers operate at different frequencies of 32-120Hz vs 25-160 Hz respectively.
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  • SVS SB-1000 review Klipsch R-10SW review

    SVS SB-1000 vs Klipsch R-10SW

    The power of Klipsch R-10SW vs SVS SB-1000 and their capacity is quite different as well as their amps’ power. The Klipsch R-10SW amps’ power is only 150W versus SVS SB-1000 amp 300W. That’s why Klipsch R-10SW fits the only small family or teen’s room. Klipsch R-10SW has the Bass Reflex tech...
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  • SVS SB-1000 review Klipsch R-112SW review

    SVS SB-1000 vs Klipsch R-112SW

    In order to compare Klipsch R-112SW vs SVS SB-1000 in terms of sound, you should locate them in the best way first. Klipsch R-112SW requires much time and efforts to install it. It sounds good at the corner only if you run two of them in the opposite corners. It is better to place it closer to the center of the w...
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  • SVS SB-1000 review Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 review

    SVS SB-1000 vs Definitive Technology ProSub 1000

    Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 vs SVS SB-1000 is the comparison of two mid-range subs for average customers. Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 can boast a great Low-Frequency Effect. At the same time, SVS SB-1000 is packed with LFE as well but it is not able to handle it w...
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  • Polk Audio PSW505 review Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 review

    Polk Audio PSW505 vs Definitive Technology ProSub 1000

    PSW 505 is a definite leader of the market has made a huge name and gained a loyal following. But now the new kid on the block ProSub 1000 is coming for the throne. So how come ProSub is gaining popularity so fast? Let us study Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 v...
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  • BIC America F12 review Klipsch R-112SW review

    BIC America F12 vs Klipsch R-112SW

    Comparing Klipsch R-112SW vs BIC America F12 would be a challenge as they are different, created for different audiences and occasions. R-112SW boasts of 118 dB which is a live rock show level. But at the same time, F12 has 116 dB maximum which is pretty modest. F12 is super affordable with a complete fi...
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  • Klipsch R-10SW review Klipsch R-112SW review

    Klipsch R-10SW vs R-112SW

    Klipsch R-112SW is a state of art subwoofer meant to cover large areas. It has a lot of futuristic features and perks to play with. Its younger brother R-10SW is much smaller and lighter, it is somewhat boring. Although when talking about Klipsch R-10SW vs Klipsch R-112SW the smaller woofer also has its ad...
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  • Dayton Audio SUB-1200 review Monoprice 9723 review

    Dayton Audio SUB-1200 vs Monoprice 9723

    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 crossove...
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  • Polk Audio PSW10 review BIC America F12 review

    Polk Audio PSW10 vs BIC America F12

    These two models can fill your house with deep and clear bass sound. However, we need to compare their output power and BIC wins here – the maximal output power is 475 W versus 100 W of Polk Audio. Being 4 times more powerful, BIC also has better a frequency response with the range of 25-200 Hz, ...
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