Have you ever seen Paris Hilton carrying around one of those little miniature-breed dogs that fit disgustingly in a $6,000 Prada purse and actually likes to go shopping on Rodeo and thought, "Who the hell would want a measly dog that small?" Now apply that concept to subwoofers and the idea seems to all of a sudden to make more sense, doesn't it? Sunfire's
True Subwoofer Super Junior is the audio example of, "It's not the size of the pencil, it's how it writes," because this little Bob Carver gem comes packed with the same 1500-watt tracking downconverter digital amp that is found in the 11-inch-squared Sunfire True Subwoofer EQ woofer, although the Sunfire True Subwoofer Super Junior
is a mere nine inches cubed. Additional Resources
• Read high end, audiophile grade subwoofer reviews from the likes of JL Audio, Sunfire, SVS, Paradigm, PSB, Polk Audio, Klipsch, Bose and many others.
• Read a review of Sunfire's True Subwoofer EQ by Jerry Del Colliano.
Priced at $949, the Sunfire
True Subwoofer Super Junior is designed and marketed to the gamer market and desktop audio systems, as well as home theaters that are in smaller rooms. In many ways, the Sunfire True Subwoofer Super Junior is the most impressive of the Sunfire True subwoofer line. While not capable of the same sick volume output as its two bigger brothers, this small woofer doesn't act shy when you crank it up. Shoot-'em-up scenes have balls. Depth charges (think U-571) plunge low in your room, despite having only nine inches of cabinet (squared) to work with. The Bob Carver Sunfire tracking downcoverter amp is at the center of the performance that can send the robust yet tiny woofer driver moving like it's channeling James Brown live at The Apollo. Read Page 2 for The High Points, Low Points and Conclusion