Polk Audio PSW110 10-Inch Powered Subwoofer (Single, Black)

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  • Brand: Polk Audio
  • Category: Subwoofers
  • frequency response: 32 Hz - 250 Hz

The floor coupled downward firing port of the Polk Audio PSW110 helps reduce vibrations. The 10-inch woofer of this Polk Subwoofer delivers dynamic bass. With a power output of 200 watts, this Home Theater Subwoofer is capable of playing loud music. Having a frequency response of 32Hz-250Hz, this Polk Subwoofer plays a wide range of frequencies. The built-in 60HZ-160HZ crossover of this Home Theater Subwoofer, prevents clashing of frequencies and gives out clear audio. Consuming low power when on standby or playing at low pitch, the Polk Audio PSW110 also saves on electricity. 

  • A single 10-inch subwoofer with compression circuitry to limit distortion at earth-shaking volume levels
  • Equipped with one 10-inch dynamic balance composite woofer driver
  • Features laser-based Klippel measurement technology for improved linearity and deep, precise sound
  • Frequency Response: 35Hz - 250Hz
  • Peak power handling: 200 watts (100 watts continuous)
Product Identifiers
Brand Polk
Model PSW110
MPN AM1135C, PSW110
UPC 041087010193, 047192113262, 047192117697, 747192113247, 747192113261, 747192113278, 747192117696
Key Features
Speaker Type Powered Subwoofer
Mounting Floorstanding
Construction 1-Way
Outdoor/Indoor Indoor
Technical Details
Nominal Power 100 watt
Frequency Responses 32 Hz - 250 Hz
Impedance 4 ohm
Subwoofer Power 200 watt
Connectivity Wired
Available Colors Black, Cherry
Woofer Material Composite
Width 14.25 in.
Depth 17 in.
Height 14.5 in.
Woofer Size 10 in.
Weight 33.5 lb


The Spatula "The Spatula" 4.0
43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
I had $300 in gift certificates from Best Buy and my Mission ASI 700 sub had died. My home theatre is relatively small so I don't need a 300+ watt monster. I auditioned the Klipsch and it was just too boomy for my tastes, I love tight well defined bass and boomy only when it is suppose to be. I was impressed with the Definitive PSB1000 it was tight and punchy, but I did not want to spend $499.00+. The Polk PSW110 was 249.99 and it gave tight bass, but definitely seemed a little thin at the store ... . It has a 30 day money back from Best Buy, so I gave it a shot. When I got it home, I fired it up with my Outlaw 950 and the sound was tight, but still seemed to be a little thin and muddy sounding. Knowing that out of the box is not a speakers true sound, I loaded up the CD carousel and let it go at moderate volume. About 4 hours in, "The sub came to life!!!!" It put out extremely tight, strong and well defined bass, beyond its $249 price tag. More >
Mix 5.0
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Sub is used in my home theater with Polk main, center and surrounds. Powered by an Denon receiver. This sub provides just the right amount of bass the bass is warm and smoothIt delivers clean bass at all volume levels with movies and music , Excellent value for the money
Openspace "Seeking truth..." 5.0
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
This is a great sub. Great with both movies (BOOM!) and music (tight). But you have to dial it in! Take some time, read your receiver and speaker manuals, do your homework. It has to be adjusted for your system. Also give it a week or so to break in - many have reported this sub becomes bassier and more responsive with a little time. I paired this with a set of Polk TSi300 towers and couldn't be happier with the result. Looks awesome too - very well designed.