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After doing much much research on my own and posting a couple threads I realize there really isn't a thread/sticky that gives subs to look at within certain ranges (i.e $100 - $300). I know lots of folks here seem to post threads (like I did) looking for a sub for under xxx dollars.

The purpose of this thread is not to list specific prices (you are more than capable of finding the best deals on your own) but give you an idea of what subs are within certain ranges (i.e 0-100 dollars). This list will grow as I get more suggestions for subs. Please be patient with me regarding updating this as it may become a very big list.

Subs listings are as of now NOT in any particular order besides being in the correct price range. Do not assume if its listed as number one it is the best in that range, it simply was the first one I listed when I created the thread. They are mostly listed by manufacture and then price (i.e Premier Acoustic PA-120 is less expensive than the Premier Acoustic PA-10). I am going working on generating a list of subs 1k+ but its a work in progress so please be patient.

All links will be to manufacture's websites so you can look at all the listed specifications. Do not necessarily base what you will pay for the sub off the MSRP on the manufactures website, many of these subs can be found for way below the listed MSRP (unless they are only sold direct ) . If a sub is listed for 499 but is in the 100-300 range, it means that it is normally sold under its listed MSRP (Google is your friend). I will not be updating this list with locations of the best prices for these subs at any point. Shipping may or may not cost you, I am not going to go through and re-evaulate these for that factor.

I am going to try and not list as many Big Box Store offerings, but rather the Internet direct subs that seem to be recommended again and again here.

Please feel free to post other subs I should list. In your post please include the full model number and a link to the manufacture's website (will help me update things quicker) .

At a later date I might also include links to any official AVSFORUM threads on specific models listed here (i.e. SVS PB-12NSD), to help you do more research, but I dont have the time right now.


**Updated 5/15/2010**
**Updated with links to links for official owners threads**
**Wording changed to reflect that the price range a sub is listed in is not based on MSRP, but on average purchase price**
**Updated 5/19/2010**
Wording updated to highlight that Subs are listed in no particular order other than by their purchase price. **Updated 7/25/2010**
Starting to build up a 1k+ list of subs **Updated 9/29/2010**
Added Craigsub/Tweak City Audio subs

Subs 0 - 100

1. Polk Audio PSW10
Calling all Polkies:Official Polk thread 2. BIC America V80

3. Dayton SUB-80

Subs 100 - 300

1. HSU STF-1
Official HSU owners/support thread 2. Acoustech H-100

3. Premier Acoustic PA-120

4. Premier Acoustic PA-10

5. BIC America 1220

6. BIC America F12

7. BIC Acoustech PL-200

8. Polk Audio PSW505
Calling all Polkies:Official Polk thread 9. Polk Audio PSW110
Calling all Polkies:Official Polk thread 10. Energy ESW-8

11. Dayton SUB-100

12. Dayton SUB-120

13. Definitive Technologies ProSub 60

14. Emotiva ULTRA SUB 10
Emotiva Ultra Subwoofers Subs 300 - 500

1. SVS PB-10NSD
Official SVS Owner/Support Thread 2. HSU STF-2
Official HSU owners/support thread 3. HSU VTF-1
Official HSU owners/support thread 4. Elemental Designs A2 - 250
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 5. Elemental Designs A3S - 250
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 6. Elemental Designs A2 - 300
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 7. Elemental Designs A3 - 250
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 8. Outlaw Audio LFM-1 Compact
Official Outlaw Owners thread 9. Energy Esw-10

10. Definitive Technologies ProSub 800

11. Definitive Technology ProSub 1000

12. CraigSUB/Tweak City Audio CS-10.2

Subs 500 - 700

1. SVS PB12-NSD
Official SVS Owner/Support Thread 2. SVS PC-12NSD
SVS New PC12-NSD Owners
Official SVS Owner/Support Thread
3. HSU VTF-2 MK 3
Official HSU owners/support thread 4. HSU VTF-3 MK3
Official HSU owners/support thread 5. Elemental Designs A5s-300
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 6. Elemental Designs A3 - 300
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 7. Outlaw Audio LFM-1 Plus
Official Outlaw Owners thread 8. Outlaw Audio LFM-1 EX
Official Outlaw Owners thread 9. Energy ESW-M6

10. Definitive Technology Supercube III

11. Emotiva ULTRA SUB 12
Emotiva Ultra Subwoofers Subs 700 - 1000

1. Epik Empire
Official Epik Subwoofer Thread 2. Elemental Designs A5 - 350
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 3. Elemental Designs A7S - 450
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 4. Outlaw Audio ECS-10
Official Outlaw Owners thread 5. Energy ESW-M8

6. Rythmik audio F12
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 7. Rythmik audio F15
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 8. Definitive Technologies SuperCube II

9. Rythmik audio D15SE
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 10. CraigSUB/Tweak City Audio CS-18.1
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The "Big Boys...."

This is the start of the big boys section...I dont personally think I will ever get a sub that costs this much (but maybe two of the littler ones.... )

Subs 1000-3000

1. Seaton Submersive

2. JL Audio Fathom F113

3. SVS PC-12+
Official SVS Owner/Support Thread 4. SVS PB-13 Ultra
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread
Official SVS Owner/Support Thread 5. ED A7 - 350
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 6. ED A7 - 450
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 7. ED A7 - 700
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 8. ED A7s - 650
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 9. ED P7 - 650
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 10. ED A7 - 900
Official Elemental Designs Subwoofer Thread 11. Rythmik F15HP
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 12. Rythmik F15HP-SE
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 13. Rythmik E15
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 14. Rythmik E15-SE
Official Rythmik Audio Subwoofer thread 15. HSU ULS-15
Official HSU owners/support thread 16. HSU ULS-15 Dual Drive
Official HSU owners/support thread 17. CraigSUB/Tweak City Audio CS-18.2
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The "Bigger Boys...."

This is the start of the 3k+ section...Good Lord, I hope this section doesnt get super full lol....I get in enough trouble looking at the 1k+ subs....At this point you may as well start looking DIY

Subs 3000+

1. HSU ULS-15 QuadDrive


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This is really cool, thanks for the effort as it will help many if finding info quicker.
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Nice.

It looks like you listed the SVS PB12-NSD twice in two different price categories, and I don't see the SVS PB10 either.
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Add the Rythmik audio F12 http://www.rythmikaudio.com/F12.html and F15 http://www.rythmikaudio.com/F15.html

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Nice.

It looks like you listed the SVS PB12-NSD twice in two different price categories, and I don't see the SVS PB10 either.

The first link was supposed to be for the PB10NSD. It has been corrected. Thanks for pointing it out.

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Add the Rythmik audio F12 http://www.rythmikaudio.com/F12.html and F15 http://www.rythmikaudio.com/F15.html

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Great list. Couple more suggestions -Emotiva Ultra Sub,BIC PL200.

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First of all I want to thank EndersShadow for compiling this list. Second, what about Definitive Technologies? Third, in the $700-1000 range I narrowed my selections down to five. They are Elemental Designs A7S-450, the Epik Empire, the Hsu VTF-3 MK3, the Rythmik Audio F12, and the SVS PC-12+. My questions are, is one more "customizable" than the others? Also which of these is better for movies? for music? for both? Thank you in advvace for your responses.

Edit: I changed my selections from four to five to include the Hsu, which lists for $799.00( and is listed in the $500-700.00 range).
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Danley DTS-10?

Dumb enough to spend lots of cash on this junk!
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Danley DTS-10?

Thats now in the $3000 range sadly.

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First of all I want to thank EndersShadow for compiling this list. Second, what about Definitive Technologies? Third, in the $700-1000 range I narrowed my selections down to five. They are Elemental Designs A7S-450, the Epik Empire, the Hsu VTF-3 MK3, the Rythmik Audio F12, and the SVS PC-12+. My questions are, is one more "customizable" than the others? Also which of these is better for movies? for music? for both? Thank you in advvace for your responses.

Edit: I changed my selections from four to five to include the Hsu, which lists for $799.00( and is listed in the $500-700.00 range).

Anyone? I really would appreciate some help.
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Rythmik audio D15SE
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BIC Acoustech PL-200 in the 100-300 range.
http://www.bicamerica.com/showpage.p...pe=8&spkrID=86
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What about Definitive Technologies?

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BIC Acoustech PL-200 in the 100-300 range.
http://www.bicamerica.com/showpage.p...pe=8&spkrID=86

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The Paradigm DSP-3x00 subs should be on that list.

As should the Tweak City Audio subs.

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The Paradigm DSP-3x00 subs should be on that list.

As should the Tweak City Audio subs.

I cant find prices for either of these online. Can you tell me which sections each of them belong in?


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First of all I want to thank EndersShadow for compiling this list. Second, what about Definitive Technologies? Third, in the $700-1000 range I narrowed my selections down to five. They are Elemental Designs A7S-450, the Epik Empire, the Hsu VTF-3 MK3, the Rythmik Audio F12, and the SVS PC-12+. My questions are, is one more "customizable" than the others? Also which of these is better for movies? for music? for both? Thank you in advvace for your responses.

Edit: I changed my selections from four to five to include the Hsu, which lists for $799.00( and is listed in the $500-700.00 range).

The Hsu has two tuning modes, the SVS has three tuning modes, the eD, Epik and Ryhtmik are sealed, so no tuning per se but the Rythmik does have adjustable damping and extension choices.

The SVS and the Rythmik both have internal PEQ's.

The phase is fully adjustable on the SVS and Rythmik, on the eD it looks amp dependent and is just a 0/180 switch on the Epik and Hsu.

So they have some options that can be considered "customizing." If that is a concern for you or something you would like to play with, I'd select either the SVS or the Rytmik. SVS if movies are more of a concern, Rythmik for music, although both can handle either task easily and with aplomb.

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As should the Tweak City Audio subs.

Shouldn't he wait until someone has actually heard them? I realize they look like a good deal but I think it may be a little premature.
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The Hsu has two tuning modes, the SVS has three tuning modes, the eD, Epik and Ryhtmik are sealed, so no tuning per se but the Rythmik does have adjustable damping and extension choices.

The SVS and the Rythmik both have internal PEQ's.

The phase is fully adjustable on the SVS and Rythmik, on the eD it looks amp dependent and is just a 0/180 switch on the Epik and Hsu.

So they have some options that can be considered "customizing." If that is a concern for you or something you would like to play with, I'd select either the SVS or the Rytmik. SVS if movies are more of a concern, Rythmik for music, although both can handle either task easily and with aplomb.

Thank you very much for your help.
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The link for the PL-200 in your list isn't working. The link in my earlier post is good.
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The link for the PL-200 in your list isn't working. The link in my earlier post is good.

Thanks for pointing it out. It has been updated accordingly


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theres two that stands out IMO

100-300 range:
XTZ 99w12.16

300-500 range:
SVS SB-12Plus
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Hi there,

Can anyone inform me which of these SUBs are universal (runs also on 220 V , 50 Hz power supply). I know for sure HSU does. Which other models can be purchased in USA to be used in India.

Appreciate your help on this information.
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IMO I think the disclaimer on the MFW-15 should point out the amp issues not only MLS's legal problems
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IMO I think the disclaimer on the MFW-15 should point out the amp issues not only MLS's legal problems

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EndersShadow - just found this. Very nice job. Thanks for the effort.
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EndersShadow - just found this. Very nice job. Thanks for the effort.

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sticky this? found this to be very helpful...

also i was looking into the BIC PL-200 and can't find it for any less than $329.99 on google. am i doing something wrong here?
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