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on July 5, 2011
This Infinity Classia subwoofer was a real steal! At about one-third the list price, it was too good a deal to ignore, and I'm glad now that I didn't. I have a large home theater room and needed another subwoofer to mate with my Velodyne digital sub. Tight, controlled bass is a must in my sound system (which I use mostly for music but also for the occasional movie). While I prefer a sealed box subwoofer, I decided to take a chance on the Infinity PSW310 after reading the reviews (both professional and user) because I felt it would be a good fit with my Martin Logan electrostatic speakers. I have tried other subs in a dual subwoofer setup and have never been satisfied. When I integrated the Infinity Classia into my system and finished running the Audyssey MultEQ setup on my preamp/processor, I was amazed, and ultimately very satisfied, with both the depth and tightness of the bass I was now experiencing. This sub is also very quick and never seems to lag behind the Martin Logans or the Velodyne. For both musical enjoyment and visceral impact during movies, I have never had a better subwoofer to mate with my high-end Velodyne. It doesn't go as deep or powerful, but for the money I highly recommend it. In a smaller room, I have no doubt the Infinity Classia PSW310 would do great all on its own to give the listener tight, fairly deep, and responsive bass in all applications.
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on July 24, 2012
I just received this sub and after getting it dialed into my setup, it is a very warm, musical-sounding sub. I have a balanced audio signal running through a dedicated, rack-mounted crossover.

The only 2 complaints that I have, are :

1) it can't keep up with 32nd note bass patterns, which make it lag behind the treble-side of the music that is being played in those fast sections.

2) it can get a bit boomy with the onboard crossover set @ about 1 o'clock (can't remember the frequency, and don't want to have to pull it out to check), but with that dialed back a bit, it sounds great - has a lot of tight, "kick" to it.

All up - it is quite compact, looks very nice and puts out a nice, punchy sound.

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