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Paradigm Signature Series 5.1 Speaker System Reviewed

Paradigm Signature Series 5.1 Speaker System Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

Canadian speaker manufacturer Paradigm has a long history of producing exceptional speakers on a budget, but you need to see what they can do when they take the gloves off and build a signature line. Read More

 
Boston Acoustics P400 Speakers, Bravo II & PV900 Subwoofer Reviewed

Boston Acoustics P400 Speakers, Bravo II & PV900 Subwoofer Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Boston Acoustics pays "extreme attention to detail" with each of its products. Our reviewer noted that "musical instruments sounded like they were suspended in a space full of air in front of me and there was good high frequency reproduction extending beyond 20kHz." The subwoofer "presented strong bass with good reverberation at low frequencies..." Read More

 
RBH MS-10.1 Subwoofer Reviewed

RBH MS-10.1 Subwoofer Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4.5 Stars
 

One unique feature of the RBH MS-10.1 is a propriety Tuned Aperiodic Vent (TAV). The TAV acts as a "choke" on the vent which "fools the woofer into thinking they are in a larger enclosure than they really are." The model still had the capability to "finesse high bass frequencies...and deliverers on claims of hard hitting bass down into the mid 20Hz range." Read More

 
Phase Technology Velocity V-10 Speaker System Reviewed

Phase Technology Velocity V-10 Speaker System Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3 Stars
 

The V-10 did a great job with movies, providing a "detailed top end." Lows were "deep and impressive with thunderous jets emanating from the sub...dialogue was solid, ubiquitous and natural." With music, vocals sounded "full and rich with a booming bottom end." Read More

 
Athena AS-P300 Subwoofer Reviewed

Athena AS-P300 Subwoofer Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
3.5 Stars
 

Our reviewer was pleased with the performance of the AS-P300, noting that "the eight-inch woofer reached well into the 110Hz range" while still being able to "quickly reach down into the 40Hz range for lower passages. With a low price tag, "I don't know of a better value than the Athena AS-P300" Read More

 
SVS PC-Ultra Subwoofer Reviewed

SVS PC-Ultra Subwoofer Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

The PC-Ultra is 16 inches in diameter and is 39 inches high which increases floor space efficiency. When watching films, bass was "consistently deep (though never boomy) with very little overhang and practically zero discernible distortion...The bottom end was extremely tight and detailed" Read More

 
Canton AS50 Powered Subwoofer Reviewed

Canton AS50 Powered Subwoofer Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

When our reviewer turned on the AS50 to watch movies, the bass "seemed very real and accurately represented...and presented clear and tight bass." With regard to music, "transients rolled well from each section of music and mid level bass was exceptional." In conclusion, your friends will "feel their chests tightening and feet tingling." Read More

 
KEF Reference 205/201/202C and PSW4000 Subwoofer Reviewed

KEF Reference 205/201/202C and PSW4000 Subwoofer Reviewed

By HomeTheaterReview.com

Overall Rating
4 Stars
 

The Reference line utilizes the new Hypertweeter which is designed to give extended flat responses up to 50 kHz and tail off to 70 kHz. Our reviewer found them to be "very smooth in the midrange and lower midrange down to a strong lower bass response." The soundstage was "very large and deep, imaging was excellent, detail was plentiful" Read More