Commentary: When bad subwoofers happen to good people

10/15/2006 | Digital Trends

Many home theater systems are home to bad subwoofers that either came as part of a package with good speakers or were purchased by consumers who think a good sub is too expensive, notes one writer, who says it is better to hold off and buy the right subwoofer than waste money on one that will bring the system down.

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