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ComptonHPD's Avatar ComptonHPD
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It was the deal for 6 am today, but if you call customer service they may honor it now. They have done it for me before.

Deal Page- http://www.amazon.com/gp/goldbox/ref=cs_top_nav_gb27

normally 899.99 but 279.99 today

Product page - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=ATVPDKIKX0DER

I know there used to be a deal forum, but I couldn't find it, so if it is still here sorry for the bad post. This would be great for those guys looking for those 300 and less subs.
eljaycanuck's Avatar eljaycanuck
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Energy ESW-M8:
- 1,200 watts*
- 36-200Hz +/- ??dB
- 9" x 9" x 9"

(*The Overviews page describes them as both peak watts and RMS watts. The Specifications page just says "1200".)

I wouldn't pay $280 for that sub - I'd get the S10.3 when it's on sale instead. The ESW-M8's $900 regular price is a joke.

Just my 2ยข...
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the brochure lists the spec as 36Hz-200Hz +/- 3dB

For $279, this would make a decent computer sub IMO, it's teeeny and would fit nicely under the desk
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For $279, this would make a decent computer sub IMO, it's teeeny and would fit nicely under the desk

The Polk PSW10 also makes a decent computer sub. It's fairly small...and it's only $99 on sale.
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21lbs? Is it made from cardboard?
JDEaston's Avatar JDEaston
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21lbs? Is it made from cardboard?

It's a 9" cube, so unless they were to inject the mdf with lead to make people think its "better" its on par with other well made subs as far as size/weight ratio.
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

The Polk PSW10 also makes a decent computer sub. It's fairly small...and it's only $99 on sale.

nah, in my case, I'd rather have the Energy. If I wanted a 14" cube under my desk, I'd just repurpose my SB12. I might have bought one of these Energy M8 over my Microvee and saved myself $300 (although I'm not sure if this one sounds as good as my Microvee)
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drewTT's Avatar drewTT
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It's a 9" cube, so unless they were to inject the mdf with lead to make people think its "better" its on par with other well made subs as far as size/weight ratio.

That's odd...the Amazon description stated 13.3 x 12.7 x 14.4 inches.
eljaycanuck's Avatar eljaycanuck
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That's odd...the Amazon description stated 13.3 x 12.7 x 14.4 inches.

See post #2 for a link to the product page on the Energy website.
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