Great Sub but be careful when using the wireless option.
I bought this impressive little sub a few years back and it rocks! It has tons of input/ouput flexibility and plenty of SPLs too. If I had the money I would get another one. I am a 2 channel audio guy mostly with a few movies now and then but mostly heavy metal and techno music. I only have 2 complaints, first the wireless LED doesn't ever stop blinking so I see it on the wall under my tv and then there is the wireless bass option. I wish I knew how to stop the LED from blinking, I guess I could just paint it black but disabling the wireless option would be better. Now, why don't I like the wireless option you ask, well I will say it does work fine but not how I had it setup on my ADCOM GTP450 tuner preamp's ext processor out. Sorry subwoofer options weren't invented yet. So I come home from work and I hear a very loud vibration coming from the general vacinity of my house. I can see my windows are vibrating so I think what the hell is that, I have to get in the house. As soon as I open the door I think oh god my poor old bird he's probably dead, theres no way he could survive this all day and what did people think as they passed by my house. I rush in with hands over my ears and body vibrating to rescue my audio system from a total meltdown to find my subwoofer has walked across the room as far as the power cord would let it go. The power cord connector was on its way to completely rubbing its way through the drywall when I turned it off. After a day of raw uncontrolled bass I knew the poor voice coil was fried so I covered my ears and reset the power to my audio system and braced for the horrible sound you never want to hear in a hifi sytem but it never came. There was just peace and quiet so I fired up a cd and everything sounded fine, and it still is today. I dodged a bullet. As far a I can piece together by the blinking clocks in the house was that the power at my house went out and the wireless link inputs just loved it so when the power returned it decided to go into some kind of crazy ground loop hum oscillation at my ADCOM preamp output which apparently are not relay isolated. When I reset the system in a controlled way the link worked fine but I removed it and hardwired it to the LFE input to be safe and no more problems. Final thought, because my ADCOM preamp was older its outputs were never intended to be connected to a wireless link which is always on and transmitting random noise when the preamp was off. I hope my next preamp has a subout. And yes, my bird (a male cockatiel) is still alive and untramatized at 29 years old.