Polk Audio PSW10 Powered Sub black$125(West Hartford, CT)

Still in the box never used. This a nice sub for any home theatre setup. I bought this intending to setup another surround sound in my bedroom... The wife caboshed that so I went with a wireless soundbar instead. 10" BLACK 50W Monitor series powered subwoofer Comparison Specifications Power rating: 50W continuous average output / 100W dynamic output / built-in amplifier Woofer: 10" Dynamic Balance polymer composite cone Crossover: 80Hz - 160Hz, variable Cabinet design: Vented enclosure with front-panel flared port / Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) construction / 0.75" baffle / internal bracing Additional Specifications Frequency response: 35Hz - 200Hz Inputs: Speaker level / line level Outputs: Speaker level Lower -3dB limit: 40Hz Upper -3dB limit: 160Hz Laser Klippel Distortion Analyzer technology Adjustable low-pass crossover Phase switch Subwoofer volume control Signal-sensing "smart amp" auto On/Off circuitry Dimensional Specifications Dimensions: 14.0" W x 14.38" H x 16.13" D Weight: 26.0 lbs Bass worthy of the source: Speakers reproduce sound. In the real world, the deep rumble of a helicopter's blades or the low groan of a standing bass occur pure and unfettered. When those sounds are recorded and then reproduced using a speaker, however, they are susceptible to distortion. When playing back a sound, the natural movement of a speaker's parts can result in resonance that alters the sound you ultimately hear. Bent on making sure that you hear that chopper blade's rumble and the bass's moan, Polk has designed the Monitor Series PSW10 subwoofer with a series of distortion-reducing technologies. Let's start with the PSW10's Klippel-optimized driver. The folks at Polk use a laser Klippel Distortion Analyzer to optimize motor structure, voice coil alignment, and suspension to achieve symmetrical driver movement. The more symmetrical and consistent a driver's motion is, the less distortion of sound that results. Klippel analysis assures a consistent, symmetrical driver movement for cleaner, clearer low-frequency performance. Dynamic Balance for reduced distortion, enhanced performance: In our exploration of the multitude of ways in which the PSW10 combats distortion, let's look now at another laser-based technology used by Polk â€" Dynamic Balance®. This technology uses laser imaging to create the right combinations of materials, driver geometry, and construction techniques to dramatically reduce the 10" driver's resonance while also producing flat frequency response, sharp detail, transparency, and dynamic wide-range audio reproduction. Brace yourself: As a final measure toward controlling sources of distortion, the PSW10 features a non-resonant MDF (medium-density fiberboard) cabinet construction using internal bracing for low distortion, deep bass impact, and superior detail, accuracy, and musicality. Power and versatility: For bass performance that seamlessly integrates with your home audio system and delivers clear, impacting low-frequency reproduction, look to powered subwoofer systems with multiple input options. The Polk Audio PSW10 uses a built-in high-current amplifier, offering 50W of clean, low-distortion power for all your bass needs. Featuring both line- and speaker-level inputs, the PSW10 gives you versatile connectivity options for incorporating this Polk subwoofer into your current system. Finally, a variety of features, including adjustable low-pass crossover, phase switch, volume control, and auto on/off circuitry give you control over bass output and the sub's blending characteristics with your front stage speakers. Finally, a forward-firing flared port extends bass efficiency and performance. The finishing touches â€" cables Go one step further in your quest to reach the pinnacle of home audio. A high-performance sub like your new Polk Audio PSW10 can only help your home audio system reach its full potential if it is receiving a quality, ...