Polk Audio PSW110
Released October, 2001
The Pros:Relatively long manufacturer warranty - 5 years. Bass response isn't overpowering - good for small to medium sized rooms. Distortion-free at approximately 75% of the unit's total volume.
The Cons:Seems to be a break-in period - takes a few days to sound its best. Needs to be configured for the users system, especially when used for music playback. Lacks remote control operation - adjustments must be made on the unit's back.
The Polk Audio PSW110 is a 10" home audio subwoofer from Polk Audio's PSW Series. The subwoofer features a dynamic balance composite woofer driver for handling up to 100 watts of continuous power and 200 watts of peak power.
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It is designed with a downward firing port for more powerful bass and compression circuitry to decrease distortion. It also features controls to adjust the low-pass crossover, phase, and subwoofer volume to its environment and has line and speaker level inputs for wiring compatibility. The PSW110 has a non-resonant MDF construction with internal bracing for accurate bass and is available in a black or cherry finish. The subwoofer is designed for use with Polk Audio's TSi home audio speakers. The PSW110 is smaller and less powerful than Polk Audio's PSW125 subwoofer.
- 10" Dynamic Balance Composite Woofer Driver
- Downward firing port
- More powerful motor structure for a higher BL
- Klippel Optimized Woofer
- Compression Circuitry
- Built-in High Current Amplifiers
- LINE and SPEAKER level inputs
- Adjustable Low-Pass Crossover, Phase Switch and Subwoofer Volume Control
- Signal-sensing “smart amp”
- Available in black or cherry finish
- Frequency Response: 32Hz-250Hz
- Power Handling: 100 watts (RMS), 200 watts (Peak)
- 5 year warranty
User Reviews (2)
relatively long manufacturer warranty - 5 years
bass response isn't overpowering - good for small to medium sized rooms
distortion-free at approximately 75% of the unit's total volume
good for apartments - can be turned down for subtle bass response
seems to be a break-in period - takes a few days to sound its best
needs to be configured for the users system, especially when used for music playback
lacks remote control operation - adjustments must be made on the unit's back
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