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  1. #1
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    Need a subwoofer that will last

    So need a new subwoofer for HT system.

    Use maybe 2 hours a week. But have only been getting 4 to 5 years out of the polk ones. Is this normal.

    Current one that stopped working is a Polk psw111 which is a 8".
    Last one was same brand but a larger model.
    A 8 " does all I want it to do for the occasional movie. And smaller the better for looks.

    Is polk subs dependable as anyother brand. 15 years and never a problem with the center, fronts or rear speakers.

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    Would help if you provided a budget.

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    Try to check out RSL Speedwoofer. It is a decent subwoofer and not pricey.

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    Velodyne or SVS, I have owned both. The Velodyne, a 12" I gave to my son, he is still using it, darn thing is twenty years old! If not older! And I know what you mean about the Folks, they rarely last, and are not the best bang for the buck. Much better picks out there.

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    Please tell me your budget range, because no one suggests you without your exact budget, well anyways I suggest you to once check on the promo code for free, if your budget range is $200 or more, there are much varieties of subwoofer you will need to explore a lil bit.

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    I've had good luck with Velodyne (knock on wood) as far as reliability goes. I have a microvee and a Spl-1500R that have been kicking for years. Subwoofer plate amps no matter which vendor are hit and miss sometimes though.

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    I would personally and definitely recommend JBL LSR310S 10″! We have been using it for a couple of months and it's 11/10. Hahaha! Well for a much more convenient one, you should try Sonos SUB Wireless Subwoofer with Integrated SONOSNet 2.0 Extender (Gloss White). It is wireless and it has a superb convenience guarantee! It's the best, check it out!

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    Agreed. I have JBL LSR310S at home and Im impressed with its performance. I bought it for a minimal price and I never regret any second!
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