Welcome to the Minx club! I'm happy to hear you went with a larger Sub versus the X200. You should be much happier. We look forward to your photos! Remember, two things. Be sure to let the speakers "Burn-in" to reach their full potential, and while listening, remove the front grills and compare the difference with them on and off.
Earlier, I stated that the Min 10 and, especially, the Min 20, may be overpriced. After thinking I may have damaged one of the drivers on my Min 10, I took it apart to see how easy it was going to be to replace it. After seeing how it was constructed from the inside out, I now feel that these little cubes are a bargain. Regarding that driver I thought I damaged.....the next day after playing music really loud, I heard that bad scratchy sound one hears when the driver starts to fail. The next day, I tested it again and, unfortunately, it was still there. That was on Sunday, a week ago. That following Monday, I called the North American distributor and the gentleman gave me two options. Send the speaker in for repair (Canada) or he'll send me out a driver to replace myself. I chose to replace the driver myself. On Saturday, I decided to watch a couple of music videos knowing all along my left channel was damaged and I shouldn't play the system to loud. Well, guess what? That didn't work. I ended up cranking it up but not too loud. Though, loud enough to where the speaker should have started to distort but it didn't. I was a bit perplexed so I ran a bunch of tests to see if I could hear the speaker distort. No matter what I tried the speaker would not distort. I was flabbergasted! I now call the Minx miracle speakers.
I will keep my ear on the situation. At least, tomorrow, I will have a spare driver just in case anything happens again.