If you're looking for a small subwoofer, the Artison RCC Nano 1 is about as tiny as you can get at only 9 inches across.
The Zvox SB380 offers one-box convenience and excels at making dialog clearer, but some cheaper 'bars sound better.
For surround seekers who prioritize ease of setup, Klipsch's wireless 5.1 system is an intriguing option, but for the money we expected better sound quality.
The Sonos Sub provides an instant upgrade to your Sonos Play speaker system, but it's quite pricey.
The Amazon Echo Sub offers an instant bass upgrade to the Echo line of smart speakers, but stereo pairing two Echos makes for a better music experience.
Yamaha's pint-size YST-FSW100 subwoofer is the ideal partner for its Digital Sound Projector virtual surround speakers.
The Klipsch Synergy Sub-12, the company's most affordable 12-inch subwoofer, sounds great on music and movies.
The E250P's well-defined bass rocks on home theater and music.
Klipsch's Synergy Sub-10 is powerful and musical, and that's not something you always find in midpriced subwoofers.
Flexible configuration, a full list of features, and solid bass performance give the Polk Audio DSW Pro 400 a leg up on similar-size subwoofers.
If you don't mind its uninspired aesthetics, the Definitive Technology ProSub 800 is a mighty little subwoofer and a fine match for its SSA soundbars and ProCinema satellite speakers.
Polk's baby subwoofer belts out tight home-theater bass and sounds sweet with music, too.
The able Polk Audio PSW111 subwoofer delivers seamless bass despite its compact size.