PSB Speakers aims to deliver high quality speakers at affordable prices, and the SubSeries 125 subwoofer certainly continues that trend. The 125 is the successor to the SubSeries 1 sub, and is designed to be equally suited to either music or home theater duty — a big claim for a subwoofer.
Centered around an 8″ woofer with polypropylene cone, the 125 has increased power over the SubSeries 1 with a generous 125 watts of continuous power, 160 watts of dynamic power, and 320 watts of peak dynamic power. The SubSeries 125 has a compact package only 9-5/8 inches wide by 14-1/8 inches high by 15-5/8 inches deep and weighing 24 pounds. Chances are that you’ll be able to find a spot for this sub, no matter what your setup.
The 8″ woofer with polypropylene cone and an oversized rubber surround that permits very long cone excursion. The slotted port design yields high output with very low port noise and bass extension is only 3dB down at 35Hz, with useful low frequency output down to 31Hz. So you might miss out on the very deepest rumbles of a subsonic powerhouse like The Incredible Hulk on Blu-ray, but that’s more than enough butt-slamming bass for most other action flicks.
Consuming only 0.5-watts of electricity in standby mode, this sub produces a lower, louder, and more musically natural bass, while staying unobtrusive in both your home and energy bill. The SubSeries 125 performs on par with its larger, more expensive brethren.
Shipping now for an MSRP of $449, the SubSeries 125 will be on display at CES, January 8-11 in Las Vegas.