5 best budget home subwoofers [Home Theater Compatible]

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Budget subwoofer for large room

Adding a subwoofer to an audio system can be a great move if you’re planning on improving the quality of your audio. This applies both watching movies and listening to music.

However, as some of you may know, some subwoofers are made for smaller rooms while others are better for larger ones.

Those of you that want a subwoofer for a much larger room, but don’t have much money to spare may have trouble finding the right models.

That is why we’ve compiled a list of what we think are the best budget subwoofers for large rooms that you could buy.

Note: Deals are subject to change. Keep in mind that the price tag often varies. We recommend going on the vendor’s website to check the price. Some products may be out of stock by the time you’ve made your purchasing decision. So, hurry up and hit the buy button.

What are the best budget subwoofers for large rooms deals?

Polk Audio PSW10

  • The uniquely configured directed port provides accurate bass with added depth
  • Enjoy a thrilling yet balanced music experience with rich, deep sound
  • 100 Watts of Dynamic Power with its inbuilt 50 watt RMS amp
  • Sophisticated engineering with best in class resonance-free driver materials
  • Features continuously variable 80 160 Hz crossover and 40 160 Hz ( 3dB) frequency response
  • Distorts sound quality at higher levels

The Polk Audio PSW10 tops our list thanks to its great affordability and the way it manages to blend performance and extremely compact size.

They sound fantastic with games, music, and movies, and they are powerful enough to handle mid-sized and even large rooms.


Sony SACS9

  • 115 Watts
  • Compatible with high-resolution audio
  • 10 inches foamed-mica cellular reinforced woofer
  • Frequency response 28-200 Hz
  • Great for movies, not so great for music

Put more punch in your movie soundtracks with the SA-CS9, 115W Home Theater subwoofer.

It features a 9.84 in cone diaphragm that can move a larger volume of air, producing powerful low-end resonance that makes bass sound rich and authentic.

The subwoofer reinforces low-frequency sounds in movies and music for a great multi-channel home theater experience, and it is powerful enough to handle even large rooms.


Klipsch R-10SW

  • Powerful 10-inch copper-spun front-firing woofer
  • All-digital amplifier delivers 300 watts of dynamic power
  • Equally impressive with music and movies
  • Low pass crossover and phase control
  • Overall quality control issues

The Klipsch Reference R-10SW subwoofer is the ideal companion whether you’re looking to achieve a 5.1 system with powerful bass for both movies and music,

The high-performance subwoofer provides deep bass and placement flexibility thanks to its front-firing driver and all digital amplifier, and the power makes it great for larger rooms.


Acoustic Audio PSW-10

  • 400 Watts peak power
  • Frequency response is 25Hz-250Hz
  • Efficiency is 97dB
  • 8ohm impedance
  • Built-in digital drive high-efficiency amplifier
  • Some complaints about the auto-on feature

The Acoustic Audio PSW-10 is designed with your unique style in mind thanks to the sleek design and unmatched sound that make it a necessary addition to any home theater.

It also features an elegant black ash wood finish that is subtle and complements most home audio systems, seamlessly, so it also looks the part, not just performs the part.


Yamaha NS-SW050BL

  • Advanced YST II (Yamaha Active Servo Technology II)
  • 8-inch cone woofer
  • A stylish addition to any room
  • Dynamic Power of 100 W (5 ohms)
  • Only one line input RCA jack

It would be impossible to make a top 5 audio device article without including a Yamaha.

The Yamaha NS-SW050BL  incorporates a number of advanced, high-performance bass technologies, such as Twisted Flare Port, Advanced YST II, and more.

Additionally, it brings a discrete amp circuitry and a high-quality 8″ woofer unit, resulting in a bass response that is powerfully rich and impactful.

Larger rooms have different acoustics and need more powerful subwoofers to sound good. Additionally, these subwoofers need to maintain a good level of sound quality, even at higher volumes.

As such, searching for subwoofers for larger rooms can be a bit trickier, but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible, or that it will blow your budget away.


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