Subwoofers appear to be identical. Some are enormous, and some are little, yet most are solid shapes or boxes or something to that affect. Get is, they don’t all sound the same. They’ve heard our portion of boomy, sloppy sounding subs, keeping in mind they at times click with home theater, the boomier models tumble to pieces when they endeavor to replicate the nuanced sound of a stand-up bass. That is the reason we were so jazzed about Polk’s most moderate sub : it pounds out home-theater rushes and musical bass with equivalent ability.
The PSW10 has a 10-inch composite woofer and a 50-watt high-current enhancer. Yes, we realize that some of you are presumably laughing over the meager force rating, yet we’d urge a trial before you reject this sub. We establish its bass power doubtlessly up to snuff. For connectivity, you get stereo speaker-level inputs and yields and additionally RCA line-level inputs. All that is absent is a direct life entering that detours the installed 80Hz-to-160 Hz hybrid control. We lean toward immediate inputs on the grounds that they make it less demanding to mix the sound of satellites and the subwoofer, however we didn’t have any issues matching the Psw10 with Polk’s Monitor 30 satellite speakers.
This is a reasonably smaller subwoofer, only 14.5 inches high, 14 inches wide, and 15 inches profound; much appreciated basically to its heartily developed MDF (medium-thickness fiberboard) bureau, it weighs a strong 26 pounds. The Psw10 is accessible in dark or cherry-hued vinyl, and its titanium-completion front bewilder matches that of the other Monitor Series speakers. The amplified agreement offers five years of assurance on the woofer and three years on the hardware -really nice recognizing that the gadgets guarantee on numerous different items is regularly restricted to only 12 months.
Polk Audio PSW10 Vs PSW12
|Polk Audio PSW10||Polk Audio PSW12|
|Brand||Polk Audio||Polk Audio|
|Key differences||- Single 10-inch subwoofer in black with built-in high-current amplifier for big bass - Equipped with one 10-inch polymer-composite dynamic-balance cone driver - Laser-based Klippel measurement technology for improved linearity and deep, precise sound Non-resonant all-MDF enclosure construction with 0.75-inch-thick baffles and internal bracing - Measures 14 by 14.38 by 16.12 inches (WxHxD)||- Single powered subwoofer in black for use with stereo or home theater speaker systems - Equipped with one 12-inch long-throw woofer (not magnetically shielded) - Slot-load venting minimizes turbulence, noise, and distortion - Rated to 300 watts of continuous power (460W peak) - Measures 16-1/8 x 15-1/8 x 18-3/16 inches (HxWxD)|
|Customer Rating||4.6 out of 5 stars||4.7 out of 5 stars|
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The Psw10’s profound bass abilities were amazing; however its definition and control on the Blue Man Group’s new DVD-Audio disc, The Complex, were truly unique. The Blue Men’s drums and percussion-overwhelming instrumentals lose effect on sloppy sounding subs. Anyhow the PSW10 conveyed each bang and thunder with the most extreme clarity. That said, it will try its hardest work in little to direct size rooms. When you need to feel the bass in bigger spaces, look at the Psw10’s greater kin, the PSW12.