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Sony SA-W2500


$100.00 Released July, 2004

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sound is very deep without noticeable distortion. Design is clean looking, works with any decor. Solid construction, build to be durable and take some abuse without a problem.

The Cons:Auto-off tends to shut the speaker off within 5 minutes of the beginning of a move if it does not receive a low bass signal in that time. Needs to be turned up most of the way to fill a large room.

The Sony SA-W2500 is a standalone performance subwoofer designed to work alongside a surround-sound system. It features an advanced bass-reflex design with an 8” driver, all of which is enclosed in the 10” woofer frame.

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Product Shot 2 And it weighs only 22 lbs, making it easy to carry from one location to another. Despite its diminutive demeanor, the SA-W2500 can in fact output up to 100W of power; which (truthfully) isn’t necessarily great for a decked-out surround-sound system, but would work well with perhaps a moderate home-theater system.

Features

  • 10” Mica Reinforced Cellular Woofer
  • Bass-Reflex Design
  • Lightweight / Easy-to-Carry
  • 100W Total Power Output

Specifications

  • Frequency: 28Hz – 200Hz
  • Type: Video Shielded
  • Woofer Size: 9-13/16”
  • Power Handling: 100W
  • Bass Drive: Advanced Bass Reflex Design, 8”
  • Inputs: Line Level, Speaker Level
  • Warranty: 1 Year Parts / 1 Year Labor
  • Dimensions: 11 7/16 x 13 3/4 x 16 3/8"
  • Weight: 22 Lbs

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Pros
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    sound is very deep without noticeable distortion

  • 1

    design is clean looking, works with any decor

  • 1

    solid construction, build to be durable and take some abuse without a problem

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    undocumented auto-off function that can be shut off if desired

  • 1

    more than enough power for a small or medium room, capable of shaking the walls if desired

Cons
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    auto-off tends to shut the speaker off within 5 minutes of the beginning of a move if it does not receive a low bass signal in that time

  • 1

    needs to be turned up most of the way to fill a large room

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