I love this thing. I have this subwoofer paired with a set of KEF LS50 Wireless speakers. I have to preface my comments with "I am no expert". I am just a man on the pursuit of quality sound. I have had this subwoofer for only a couple of weeks now, and I am very impressed with its appearance, sound, and clarity. Even at the lowest of volumes, this subwoofer sounds pristine. When coupled with the KEF LS50 speakers, this subwoofer must be kept at bay, as it will outclass the speakers if you turn it up. This subwoofer can clearly put in some serious work if it is coupled with more mids,highs/surround sound system.
Pros: - Depth - Appearance - Looks sharper than most subs I have seen
Cons: - None so far
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Not a typical loud subwoofer, but powerful depth and clarity in the LFE sounds. Excellent addition to KEF R11s and R2C. Provides the right sound depth without overpowering the rest of the audio. Didn't think it would be this good.
Pros: Can't imagine any better
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This product is exactly what you expect. It's small. It's expensive. You are paying for the small. I wired two of them into the LFE outputs of an Audyssey calibrating AVR. The room is 15x20x10. One is in the corner, the other is about 2/3rds the way along the front wall, which puts them about equally spaced around the TV. Sounds great. Absolutely rounds out the sound at the bottom end. This is not a ported sub with 15" driver. If you want a sub that's going to rumble your house, this is not it. If you want a sub that's going to raise the hair on your forearm during the start of Edge of Tomorrow, this is not it. They do great for the size and the two effortlessly and accurately make movies and music sound great. But if you've got space and temperament for a bigger box, you can save quite a bit of coin for the same result. That said, I own two of them. I like them. The look great in the space I have them in, and they sound great.
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This little guy (my other subs are SVS SB 3000 and 4000s) puts out potent, clean, tight bass. I did not expect it to have so much oomph. Two of the reasons I bought it were its size, which allows it to fit nearly anywhere in my bedroom, and its assorted settings for room location. I paired it with the KEF LS50 Wireless 2 speakers. My one regret is I wish the KEF had better instructions in how to integrate KEF's own subs. (Do you control the volume using the volume knob on the sub? Or with the KEF connect pp? If the latter how high do you turn the sub's volume knob?) SVS has much better customer service than KEF when it comes to these technical issues. Not that KEF's is bad; it's not, just not as good as it should be. But you know what? Given the superb product quality KEF offers I guess I shouldn't quibble about customer service.
Pros: Excellent bass in a small package
Cons: So-so customer service on how to integrate the KF 92 with the KEF connect app
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