Best Subwoofer Reviews.
Best subwoofer for home:
#1. JBL LSR310S Subwoofer
#2. Yamaha DXS15 MKII Review
#3. Klipsch R-12SW Subwoofer
#4. SVS SB 2000 Subwoofer Review
#5. JBL XLF Home Theater Subwoofer
#6. QSC 1000W Subwoofer Review
#7. Yamaha HS8S Subwoofer
#8. AudioEngine A2 Review
#9. QSC K10 Subwoofer Speaker
#10. ElectroVoice EKX-18S Subwoofer
✅ Top #1 Pick: JBL LSR310S Review
JBL Studio Subwoofer is one of the most popular sellers online— great for home theater systems!
One of the things I love the most is your ability to adjust input sensitivity + polarity (more precise sound)
JBL’s new XLF Setting (Extended Low Frequency) lets you hear tracks w/ an augmented bass — common in modern theaters and clubs.
Buyers love its superior sound + the noticeable difference w/ effects requiring a deep, dynamic bass
Compared to others on my list, the JBL Studio Subwoofer is affordable. (power cords + studio monitors are included in the price!)
Excellent online reviews and affordable price make it a solid choice!
#2.) Yamaha DXS18 Review
The Yamaha DXS15 MKII Powered Subwoofer is designed for bottom-heavy audio.
Whether you’re using it at home or for public performance, it provides high volume than can be used for distance sound.
Buyers say it’s excellent for live music playing — many use it for stage performances at bars and weddings.
** It’s also a favorite for home entertainment systems.
For its quality, the Yamaha DXS18 is surprisingly affordable.
The Klipsch R-12SW is one of the more heavy-duty subwoofers on my list.
It comes w/ a built-in 400W amplifier — which generates sound through a 12″ copper woofer.
Buyers praise it for high-vibration bass which is great for music or movie effects. Some say it delivers a loud, sudden “thump” for sound emphasis.
It’s fairly compact at weighs less than 35 pounds.
Buyers say the bass quality is stronger than they anticipated — many use it for home entertainment.
It’s smaller size fits nicely on a shelf or near the television.
With an all-black, compact design, the SVS SB-2000 Subwoofer looks great w/ any home audio system.
Personally I love the portable size. It measures 14.6″ x 14.2″ x 15.4″ and weight only 35 pounds – ideal for fitting on a shelf or transporting (taking to a live-show or outdoor movie night).
It’s powered by a 500W RMS amplifier and features a 12” driver.
The SVS is a bit expensive, but it delivers exceptional sound quality + has near perfect rating.
Buyers also noted that there’s no distortion when using for a home theater – they say it’s excellent for action movies, music or gaming.
The JBL XLF is the best subwoofer for home theaters.
As a WiFi enabled subwoofer it syncs w/ any bluetooth device – even connect to your smartphone for listening to music or watching Netflix.
Sync w/ your phone and you’re able to play music from your Spotify or iTunes. (control sound level + subwoofer bass through mobile!)
Great for bands or people who enjoy music w/ an extra kick.
For sound it’s a high-performance subwoofer, with 1500 watts of power.
Buyers love its stylish design and exceptional low-frequency bass quality — it’s unique versatility can suit both personal or professional sound systems.
#6.) QSC Subwoofer Review
QSC Powered Subwoofer is one of the most expensive subwoofers on my list – but it has lots of positive buyer reviews.
As a 1000-watt subwoofer it’s extremely powerful — comes w/ built-in handles to make it more portable.
Sound quality is exceptional — most purchased for their home entertainment systems, but also bought by professional DJ’s who praised it for low-frequency bass sound.
Controls on the back let you adjust the mode + polarity.
#7.) Yamaha HS8S Review
Yamaha HS8S Subwoofer comes w/ a built-in 150-watt amplifier.
One buyer works at a school and uses it for digital piano recitals – very customizable sound quality.
LOW CUT and HIGH CUT controls allow users to set the subwoofer to suit their specific audio needs. Also makes it great for listening + controlling playlists on Spotify or iTunes via your mobile!
HS8 subwoofer is designed for noise reduction — one of the reasons it has a lots of positive buyer reviews.
Buyers love its crisp, clear sound and dynamic bass frequencies
Personally I like the wider, shorter model — easy access to all ports and fits on a shelf (for home theaters)
The Audioengine A2+ Speaker is the most affordable subwoofer on my list.
While it may be lower-priced, the Audioengine subwoofer has positive buyer reviews — great option for home entertainment systems!
A2 model uses 60 watts of power and features A/B analog amplifiers — this provides a warmer bass sound than others.
Many buyers purchased it for their desktop and laptop computers (USB port connectivity)
For an affordable 1000-watt subwoofer, the QSC K10 is a fantastic option.
Its steel grille overlay on the front provides a sleek facade that will let this speaker blend with any theater system. There’s also an optional LED light for the front that can be turned on when the speaker is operating.
Power chord has a V-lock system to prevent it from being unplugged accidentally –easy to connect w/ audio equipment through XLR and RCA inputs.
At 31 pounds, this is a speaker option that’s easier to move that still provides exceptional sound quality at an affordable price.
Buyers love it for home theater systems!
Electro-Voice Subwoofer includes built-in handles and threaded pole sockets for mounting speakers.
This subwoofer has 1600 watts of power.
Buyers purchased this subwoofer to use it as part of their home theater system + public events w/ large groups of people: live music, outdoor movie night, or festivals
It’s a little heavy at 89 pounds – it’s a heavy-duty subwoofer for some extreme sound. (FYI – it’s not for everyone)