Infinity Primus 10" 300-watt powered subwoofer Black
“I picked up this subwoofer to replace an old Boston Acoustic subwoofer, utilized in a small room, roughly 12 x 12. Was on sale at Sears for $149.99. For my room, this unit packs a big wallop, even with lower wattage. You may have to set the gain up higher than more powerful units, but even so, the bass is clean, and not boomy. It won't induce chest compressions, but really compliments the...” --dsskid
Infinity Primus 12" 400-watt powered subwoofer Black
Infinity Primus 8" 150-watt powered subwoofer Black
A compact 9-inch cube, has a small stance but provides clear, deep bass reproduction, unlike other mini-subwoofers
The ESW-M6 subwoofer delivers deep, accurate effects and music, with up to 800 watts of room-filling power-from an 8-inch cube that's the smallest Energy makes. Plus, it works with a number of speakers in the Energy line, letting you put together a system your buddies will envy. Energy ESW-M6 Mini Subwoofer Scores Massive Attention at CES - Check out the press release here. "Energy...
The Infinity Basslink II is 250 Watt Powered Subwoofer System. It uses a 250 Watt Class D amplifier and two 10-inch subwoofers. One of the subwoofers is active and the other is a passive radiator. It has a variable electronic crossover which is variable for 50Hz to 120Hz. It has a Bass EQ of +3db to -6db at 45 Hz. There is an expansion slot for the Basslink 4SC multichannel amplifier which can...