Driver: The Polk Audio PSW125 uses a 12" Dynamic Balance
composite cone driver for deep, accurate response with low distortion. For a smoother
response and improved durability, the woofer utilizes a rubber surround.
Klippel Optimized Woofer: By using a state-of-the-art Klippel
Distortion Analyzer, Polk is able to optimize the woofer's motor structure, voice
coil alignment and suspension for the best possible performance even at extreme
Motor Structure: The PSW125 utilizes a powerful motor structure
for a higher BL responses (the measure of the motive force applied to the cone) that
results in louder, deeper and punchier bass.
Compression Circuitry: The woofer's Compression Circuitry limits
distortion at high volume levels.
Amplifier: The subwoofer is powered by a high-current amplifier
producing 150 watts RMS/300 watts dynamic power that supplies clean power for loud
bass and a wide dynamic range necessary to recreate a life-like experience in your
Enclosure: The PSW125 features a bass-reflex enclosure with
non-resonant MDF construction and internal bracing for deep bass impact with
superior detail and accuracy. The Polk Audio PSW125 is available in a Black or
Down-Firing Port: The powered subwoofer's downward firing port
allows the woofer to be extremely efficient and provides more bass impact for your
home theater experience.
Not Video Shielded: The subwoofer is not magnetically shielded,
so it is not recommended to place it next to tube TVs and video monitors. Though
LCD, DLP and Plasma televisions are not affected by magnetism you should allow at
least 18" of space between the subwoofer and any TV.
Placement: You may place the subwoofer anywhere in your room,
but it will perform best when it's on the same side of the room as your system's
front speakers. Also, placing the subwoofer near a wall or in a corner will increase
3-Way Power Switch: The subwoofer has a 3-way power switch on
the rear panel. You can select Auto, which turns the unit on automatically when an
input signal is received and off 15 minutes after the signal stops; On, which keeps
the unit on and Sta