subwoofer

  • Sonos Launches The Sonos Sub (Woofer, Not Sandwich)

    Sonos Launches The Sonos Sub (Woofer, Not Sandwich)

    Sonos has just gotten really deep (get it?) with their new Sonos Sub, a wireless subwoofer that connects to any Sonos system and adds just a bit more oomph to the musical proceedings. The sub costs $699 and offers (according to the press release) "thick layers of bottomless sound that let you hear and feel the weight of every chord, kick, splash and roll." Read More

  • How to hide that subwoofer in the corner of the room

    How to hide that subwoofer in the corner of the room

    Keeping your home theater (my wife calls it a living room) clean and uncluttered can be a real pain if you have a decent sound system. Sure, there's the obvious "run the wires under the floor" trick, but what do you do with the elephant subwoofer in the corner? It's big, it's ugly, and it's absolutely necessary for a decent system. Read More

  • Unsolvable subwoofer inspired by Rubik’s cube

    Unsolvable subwoofer inspired by Rubik’s cube

    Like the Rubik’s Cube, do you? Also like booty-thumping bass in your face? Then you, my friend, are the ideal marketing segment for Elac, maker of the Rubik’s Cube-inspired MicroSub 2010 BT subwoofer. It’s not as huge as it looks in the above photo, unless the lady in the photo on the right has serious issues with her pituitary gland. She’s holding the standard, non… Read More

  • Boom Boom Boom, I Want You In My Room!

    Boom Boom Boom, I Want You In My Room!

    “Mario? Are you in there?” Subwoofers rock. Sure you can easily listen to music without them, but when a bass-heavy song comes on, you sure as hell wish you had one sitting on the floor next to ya. The only thing better than a regular sub has to be a Super Mario Bros. one. This bitchin’ sub cabinet features two original Mario blocks, including the infamous question-mark block. Read More

  • Subwoofer Chair Is Girls BFF

    In HS, one of my buddies decided to put an 18-inch subwoofer in the back of his Civic coupe. It was the most ridiculous thing ever, but damn it was cool to get such a big-ass sub in the trunk. Sitting in the backseat caused me to get nauseous whenever the stereo was turned up. It was very uncomfortable. I imagine the subwoofer chair has the complete opposite effect. My suspicions also lead me to… Read More