Originally Posted by Sam1234
I can touch it without moving from my seat, so the volume it set really low and I have found that some distance between you and a sub will help it blend with your other speakers better.
So I've been listening to it nonstop since this afternoon. First impressions:
ooooohhh aaaaahhhh this bastard is huge
Had to read the manual for setup since labels on back are weird:
-switch on/off/auto (easy)
-switch for crossover (easy)
-switch says crossover out/in (wtf?) means using sub in or speaker level ins, if rca sub in is your desire, set this to OUT so your receiver does the crossover and to bypass the drossover knob on the backwork
Volume knob goes from 7:30 to 4:30 clockwise, I'm at 10:30 and it's perfect. Crossover is set to 90hz for now but will take some time for me to make up my mind. I've been listening to pop, funk, hip-hop, and am on jazz now and it's just clean clean clean. I almost wish the volume knob were huge for finer adjustment since I prefer amp volume to receiver tweaks.
I'm used to a similar setup at my parent's house but a 125 watt 10" KLH sub that held it's own as well. This could beat the pants of that thing with a much better port design I'd day chuffing is nearly impossible on the PL-200 and at the levels I listen to on weekdays&weeknights it's still hits the right notes at reduced volume (impossible on the KLH). I really am happy with this purchase and would definitely recommend this sub.
This weekend I'll push it a bit after I warn the neighbors and report back.