Industrial Deals Beauty Best Books of the Month Prime Day Lead Up nav_sap_plcc_ascpsc Get 4 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for $0.99. Prime member exclusive. New subscribers only. Just $7.99/month after. Terms apply. Starting at $39.99 Grocery Handmade Personalized Jewelry modern furniture and decor Book a house cleaner for 2 or more hours on Amazon $1.99 rentals for Prime members 1.99 rentals for Prime members 1.99 rentals for Prime members  Echo All-new Show Mode Charging Dock Kindle Paperwhite GNO Shop now SWMTVT18_gno

Showing 1-5 of 5 reviews(5 star, Verified Purchases). See all 8 reviews
on February 4, 2012
I am a long standing fan of the subwoofer loudspeaker. Long before they became popular within the realm of 'Home Theater', I owned a sub. I found in the early seventies that the extreme lower limits of recorded music was just about impossible to reproduce in any loudspeaker, unless you had the luxury of a limitless system budget. I, in 1973, was the proud owner of four Corner Klipschorn speakers- These mammoth devices needed no add on subwoofer to reproduce the ridiculously lowest notes of a pipe organ or a bassoon. But, getting back to my point, they were very expensive and not very wife friendly. Of course, to me they were furniture of beauty in addition to being the almost perfect musical instruments they were designed to be. My wife obviously felt otherwise. Well along comes a whole new line of subwoofers, completely separate pieces that can now be hidden from the views of the stink eyes of the wives. The first subwoofer that I owned was a Velodyne with a built in 150 watt amp. They have come a long way since I owned that back in 1982 or so. The Boston Acoustic VPS210 is among the finest that these ears have heard. You can pay a whole lot more for a sub and not get what you receive with this unit. The built in 500 watt amp will be appreciated by even those that cannot listen to recorded music without peeling the paint off the walls. It plays loud and it plays very clean. This will probably be the last sub I will ever own. It is that good!!! You owe it to yourself to give it a listen. And by the way, it looks as good as it sounds. Great sound, great looks; in any business that would be a win/win!
3 people found this helpful
|0Comment|Report abuse
on January 16, 2012
I really like this sub and I got it on sale. The design of it is very nice, I like the curved sides and the piano black finish is awesome! It really does put out some serious bass and it is very tight. Like others have said, let it break it for a few days. It's built very solid and is very heavy. I like the fact that it has a volume control knob right on the top. Their is also a LED on the top that turns blue when it is in use. My room is 19x19 with 10 foot ceilings. It really rocks in this size room and it rattles all the stuff hanging on my walls. I like how this Boston Acoustics line has the curves, very artistic looking.
One person found this helpful
|0Comment|Report abuse
on January 8, 2012
I bought this sub to be added to a home surround sound entertainment system. This is a very powerful sub. You can feel trembles in the floor at low volume which really adds to the movie experience. The piano finish is very attractive. I bought this as a refurb which I normally will not do on electronics. However, I figured there are so few parts in a sub that there is less likelihood of a problem. This sub is pricey but this is a prime example of getting what you pay for. It will perform to your expectations or higher. Buy with confidence.
|0Comment|Report abuse
on January 1, 2012
This is easily the best subwoofer that I have ever owned. The bass is tight and clean, not boomy. The price that I paid ($349) was less than 33% of the original retail price. Vann's is great to work with. I originally paid $399 for the unit, but they put it on sale a week later for $349. When I emailed them about an adjustment on the price, they complied without hesitation.

I am very happy with it.
|0Comment|Report abuse
on January 5, 2012
Simply the best better than all the rest. This thing has super tight bass :)But you have to let it break in for 40 hours or so to get smooth bass. And it looks as good as it sounds
|0Comment|Report abuse

Questions? Get fast answers from reviewers

Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.

Need customer service? Click here