Originally Posted by dslo
If I move into a bigger place, I'd like the flexibility of going wireless. Also don't want a larger sticking out somewhere.
I had a Yamaha 315 sub but sold it. It was sort of big for the area I currently keep my sub. That thing dwarfed the Polk 111 though, even if it was less powerful.
Can anyone explain that? Polk 111 had more wattage in comparison to the Yamaha, but there was more bass at lower settings on the 315.
The settings have very little meaning, nor do the wattage ratings on many subs, especially many low priced store brands.
Also, you say you want small sub for your small current room, but want wireless if you move to bigger quarters, but you don't want larger sub in case you move to bigger quarters? So, you present a mixed bag: wireless for bigger quarters, but small size for current quarters. Good luck.