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Sony SA-W2500 Performance Line 100 Watt Subwoofer (Old Version)
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- 100-watt amplified subwoofer
- 10" mica reinforced woofer
- Motion Feedback technology
- Speaker and line-level inputs
- Frequency response of 28-200Hz
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- Brand Name: Sony
- Model Number: SA-W2500
- Color: Black
- Speaker Type: Subwoofers
- Speaker Connectivity: Wired
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|Output Wattage||100 Watts||50 Watts||115 Watts||100 Watts|
|Frequency Response Curve||28Hz-200Hz||35 Hz - 200 Hz||Information not provided||40 Hz - 140 Hz|
|Impedance||6 Ohm||Information not provided||6 Ohm||0|
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From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Fill the room with deep, thrilling bass. The 100 watt SA-W2500 performance line subwoofer is the perfect companion to your surround sound system. Feel the power of 100 amplified watts of pure bass. The SA-W2500 performance line subwoofer makes music come alive and elevates the movie-watching experience to theater-like levels. For cinematic effects, crank up the bass level and let the 10" mica-reinforced cellular woofer do the rest.
Mica-Reinforced Cellular Woofer
The 10" mica-reinforced cellular woofer delivers the full range of crisp, clear lows for room-shaking bass that's never muddy. Mica reinforcement of the woofer cone material represents a favorable mix of strength and low weight. Traditional driver materials must increase mass to provide greater amounts of rigidity. However, these traditional materials tend to be slow and inaccurate, resulting in muddy, distorted bass. Mica reinforcement of the cone material equals extremely high strength and low mass. This allows for high power handling and ideal response.
High-Resolution Sound Reproduction
The 28-200Hz frequency response in the SA-W2500 subwoofer offers a wider range of tones available than from comparable woofers. So you hear every rumble, every shift, and every beat with crystal, high-resolution bass--and all from a compact, easy-to-place woofer. No need for bulky, room-filling speaker cabinets to add depth to your favorite music and movie soundtracks.
- Frequency Response: 28Hz - 200Hz
- Quantity (Packaged): 1 Subwoofer
- Quantity of Woofer(s): 1
- Speaker Terminal Type: Line In
- Type: Video Shielded
- Woofer Size(s): 9 13/16" (25cm)
- Woofer(s): Power Handling: 100W (6 ohms, 80 Hz, 10% THD)
- Dimensions (Approx.): 11-7/16" x 13-3/4" x 16-3/8" (290 x 350 x 391mm)
- Weight (Approx.): 22 lb (10kg)
Top Customer Reviews
When it came for me to buy one, three factors weighed in my decision: power, brand, and (of course) price. I've grown up with what I have always believed to be a 'healthy skepticism' when it comes to Sony products. My father had an early generation (1990ish) 5.0 Sony 250 Watt surround amp that performed extremely poorly in just about every function. The only advantage it had over his earlier (1978) Rotel non-tube amp is that it had multiple component inputs. The sound quality of the 50 Watt rated Rotel amp blew the Sony out of the water.
In my search for a subwoofer, I was surprised to find so many good reviews of the Sony line. I was looking for a better name than Sony, but when I compared prices, I was compelled to give the Sony at least a listen. Comparable subs by Velodyne and others were far more expensive (double the cost of the Sony or more). Listening to the Sony at the stereo shop, I must say that I was extremely impressed.
Is the Sony sound as good as the Velodyne or other high end subwoofers that cost 2-3 times as much as the Sony? Of course not, but I quickly discovered that difference in sound quality was not at all closely related to the difference in price.
Keep in mind that this is one of Sony's smallest and lightest subs (only 25 lbs), but once I brought it home and hooked it up to my 6.1 surround system and configured the frequency and volume on the back of the sub, it seamlessly expanded the low end range of my system for music and movie playback.Read more ›
The Sony SA-W2500 subwoofer has excellent low-frequency performance and was extremely easy to set up - one RCA jack cable from my receiver to the sub, then plug it in to a wall socket. Presto!!! It's fairly small in size for a sub. The box seems well-constructed and robust, and it's not inordinately heavy. My only complaint is that there is a rattle somewhere in the subwoofer box at certain frequencies, and I can't find it - very annoying - but I will track it down eventually, I hope. Focusing in the right amount of bass took some time as I listened to several movies while adjusting the crossover and volume settings, tweaking the bass EQ on my receiver, and also moving the sub around the room to different locations. But the final results were definitely worth the time. No distortion (just that rattle). Fat low-end sound that you can feel. My neighbors are probably ticked off. Plenty of power for a small or medium-size living room. Great for the price! Four stars because of that pesky rattle, otherwise this would be the perfect subwoofer for a small or moderate home theater system. Matches all my other Sony speakers. I hope this review helps you.
If all you want is cheap rumble for your HT then this may work, but if you also want accurate, tight bass for your music (and really, a decent sub should be able to do both), then look elsewhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this in a pool cabana where sound quality is not as critical. It fills in the bass very nicely in the whole backyard.Published 10 days ago by Just Me
It is a little "boomy" If your looking for tight Bass this is not for you. Sounds fine with a gaming setup.Published 1 month ago by Big perm
Picked this up elsewhere to save a few dollars and because I found it locally. But, it's an incredible sounding subwoofer with a lot of features for the price. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Knight
Very very cheapo plastic pots/knobs on the back for volume and freq. cut-off. Feels like a 1980s consumer electronics item like a clock radio or something. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Atwater Books
Still sounding as good as when it was bought years ago. Good lows, decent highs, and good overall clarity.Published 1 month ago by Logan McCauley
I feel that this is a great product. I went from a home theater in a box setup and after much research, upgrade with a new receiver, speakers and a powered sub. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Casey F.
I had to turn this piece of junk almost all the way up to hear anything and by then, it just boomed and rattled badly like something was loose in it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rÿan