AAD S160 Subwoofers

AAD S160 Subwoofers 


  • Solid state class A/B
  • 160 watts continuous into 4 Ohm
  • 10" AAD designed high excursion
  • high BL flat diaphragm
  • 23 Hz to 160 Hz +/- 3dB
  • Continuous variable from 30Hz to 160 Hz
  • 0 - 180 degree variable
  • RCA (100mv-6v) low level
  • 5 way binding post high level
  • Down firing woofer dual rear vents


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[Aug 15, 2013]

I bought this subwoofer to use with AAD Silver Reference One monitor speakers. It has a full array of inputs/adjustments and a beautiful shape/finish. I also like the factor that it is driven by a traditional internal amp instead of a Class D switching amp, I've tried velodyne DD subs and was not impressed at all. I'd rather live with 160 watt class A/B amp than 1600 watt Class D.

I use this sub mainly for music in a 2.1 system, but I believe most people will find it sufficient for HT as well. It plays loud and deep enough for my like and is not boomy. The down-firing woofer makes the sub relatively easy to position and disappear, though I do have to rotate the sub sideways so that the vents in the back panel stay clear of the back wall.

Play with the control knobs and I was able to get very natural, extended, and musical bass. A remote control would be nice, but at this price/performance/finish I highly recommend this sub, this is a well kept secret weapon in the audiophile world.

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