Popular subwoofer comparisons 2019

  • Polk Audio PSW10 review Dayton Audio SUB-1000L review

    Polk Audio PSW10 vs Dayton Audio SUB-1000L

    The main advantage of the PSW10 is its building quality – this model is durable and it looks great. All the ports are high-quality, so you will get zero noise. The main advantage of the SUB-1000L is its high nominal output power – 100 W. These models are not very powerful, but ...
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  • Klipsch R-112SW review SVS PB-2000 review

    Klipsch R-112SW vs SVS PB-2000

    The advantage of the R-112SW is its building quality – this model looks amazing and it will complement any interior. The advantage of the PB-2000 is its extremely high power output. Both models are built using modern technologies to output the clean and tight bass sound. ...
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  • Bic Acoustech PL-200 II review Dayton Audio SUB-1500 review

    Bic Acoustech PL-200 II vs Dayton Audio SUB-1500

    The main advantage of the SUB-1500 is its building quality – it looks nice and the input ports don't produce any kind of noise. The main advantage of the PL-200 II is its high maximal output power which reaches 1000 W – compare it with the maximal power output of th...
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  • Polk Audio PSW505 review Polk Audio PSW125 review

    Polk Audio PSW505 vs PSW125

    The main advantage of the PSW505 is its high nominal output power – compare its 250 W with 150 W that outputs the PSW125. The PSW505 maximal output power is 480 W and the PSW125 maximal output power is 300 W. The main advantage of the PSW125 is its flexibility in terms of the blending...
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  • Klipsch R-115SW review SVS SB-2000 review

    Klipsch R-115SW vs SVS SB-2000

    The main advantage of the SB-2000 is its high nominal and output power. The nominal power of the SB-2000 is 500 W – compare it with 400 W that outputs the R-115SW. The SB-2000 maximal output power is also higher – 1100 W, while the R-115SW maximal power output is 800 W. The main advantage of th...
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  • Sonos SUB review Klipsch R-120SW review

    Sonos SUB vs Klipsch R-120SW

    The main advantage of the R-120SW is its high power – the nominal output power is 200 W and the maximal output power is 400 W. The main advantage of the Sonos SUB is the advantage technologies used. Apart from its futuristic design, it uses high-grade components and various audio enhancement technologies.
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  • Klipsch R-115SW review Klipsch R-120SW review

    Klipsch R-115SW vs R-120SW

    It is hard to determine who actually deserves your attention: Klipsch R-115SW vs R-120SW. As far as both Klipsch units have a built-in digital amplifier that provides ample power with high performance and fidelity. The low crossover and phase control allows you to clearly synchronize the low-frequency sou...
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  • Klipsch Sub-12HG review Klipsch R-120SW review

    Klipsch Sub-12HG vs R-120SW

    Klipsch Sub-12HG subwoofer is combined with tower or best bookshelf speakers set and a quality receiver or amplifier, then the resulting sound quality is said to be one of the best, if not the best in the market especially when we want to compare Klipsch Sub-12HG vs R-120SW, at least, in the price range...
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  • Klipsch R-112SW review SVS SB-2000 review

    Klipsch R-112SW vs SVS SB-2000

    The SVS SB-2000 subwoofer is the SVS best-selling unit with a combination of power, precision, flawless transient response, uncompromising musicality and intelligent processing in a relatively compact package that integrates seamlessly into any system. Featuring Ultra Series technology, the SB-2000 lives up to ex...
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  • SVS PB-2000 review Klipsch R-120SW review

    SVS PB-2000 vs Klipsch R-120SW

    The Klipsch R-120SW subwoofer has a Class D amplifier that develops a rated power of 200W, which was made to order according to Klipsch specifications. This amplifier has low distortion and is precisely matched to the subwoofer speaker, thereby achieving high efficiency. When we compare SVS PB-2000 vs Klip...
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  • Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 review Definitive Technology Supercube 2000 review

    Definitive Technology ProSub 1000 vs Supercube 2000

    Attractive design, impeccable build quality, ease of setup and control, compatibility with most modern stereo systems and home theater systems of the latest generations, balanced sound - these are the parameters that the Definit...
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  • SVS PB-1000 review SVS PB-2000 review

    SVS PB-1000 vs PB-2000

    From the customer’s point of view, it is quite easy to compare SVS PB-2000 vs SVS PB-1000. From the first sight, we can see that both subwoofers have a different appearance. Despite the fact that these are of the same model we may notice that the manufacturer decided to change some aspects of SVS elder brother....
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  • Klipsch R-115SW review SVS PB16-Ultra review

    Klipsch R-115SW vs SVS PB16-Ultra

    The main advantage of the R-115SW is its build quality – it looks great and the body is durable. The main advantage of the PB16-Ultra is its amazing power – compare 1500 W of its nominal output power with 400 W of the R-115SW nominal power. The PB16-Ultra maximal output power is 5000 W, while th...
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  • Klipsch R-115SW review SVS PB-2000 review

    Klipsch R-115SW vs SVS PB-2000

    The main advantage of the PB-2000 is its high nominal output power – compare its 500 W with 400 W, which is the nominal output power of the R-115SW. The maximal output power of the PB-2000 is 1100 W, while the maximal output power of the R-115SW is 800 W. Therefore, these solutions are a great option for la...
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  • Polk Audio PSW10 review Acoustic Audio PSW-6 review

    Polk Audio PSW10 vs Acoustic Audio PSW-6

    The Acoustic Audio PSW-6 vs Polk Audio PSW10 comparison shows that both models not only look great, but they also sound good – these models are great for small- and middle-sized rooms. The PSW-6 is more powerful – compare its 150 W of the nominal power output with 50 W of the Polk ...
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  • Klipsch R-10SW review Klipsch Reference R-10SWi review

    Klipsch R-10SW vs R-10SWi

    The Klipsch R-10SW vs Klipsch Reference R-10SWi comparison shows that these models don’t have major differences when it comes to the output power. The nominal output power is the same – 150 W for both models. The maximal output power is 300 W for both subwoofers as well. Neve...
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  • SVS SB13-Ultra review SVS SB-2000 review

    SVS SB13-Ultra vs SB-2000

    The SVS SB13-Ultra vs SVS SB-2000 comparison shows that these models have many common features. The main advantage of the SVS SB13-Ultra is its high power – compare its 1000 W of the nominal power and 500 W of the SB-2000 nominal power. The SVS SB13-Ultra maximal output power is three times bigger than the ma...
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  • Polk Audio PSW10 review Polk Audio PSW110 review

    Polk Audio PSW10 vs PSW110

    The main advantage of the PSW110 is its higher nominal and maximal power output. The Polk Audio PSW110 vs Polk Audio PSW10 power comparison shows that the nominal power output of the PSW10 is 50 W – compare it with 100 W that outputs the PSW110. The maximal power output of the PSW10 is 100 W, ...
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  • SVS SB-1000 review SVS PB-1000 review

    SVS SB-1000 vs PB-1000

    The SVS SB-1000 vs SVS PB-1000 comparison proves that these models have many common features. Both models have the same nominal output power – 300 W. They also have the same maximal output power – 720 W. However, the main advantage of the SVS PB-1000 is that it has the wider frequency response range – 1...
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  • Klipsch R-112SW review Klipsch R-120SW review

    Klipsch R-112SW vs R-120SW

    The Klipsch R-112SW vs Klipsch R-120SW comparison shows that the R-112SW is more powerful – compare its 300 W of the nominal output power (the maximal output power is 600 W) versus 200 that outputs the R-112SW (the maximal output power is 400 W). Both models can output a clear deep bass sound. The p...
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