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If you’re like most people, you have a budget to follow when searching for a subwoofer for your home theater. Even with a budget, you still want to get the best subwoofer possible for your money. In most cases, you’re not necessarily looking for a subwoofer that can wake up the neighbors three houses down.

What many people desire is to enhance their home theater experience with some low-end bass that a subwoofer provides, without shaking up their insides with excessive sound waves. They are looking for clean, clear bass – what some would describe as precise bass that sounds great when watching a movie. If this is what you’re looking for, then this article is for you.

What Defines a Budget Subwoofer?

A budget subwoofer is typically considered to be in the price range of around $300. You can spend thousands of dollars on a subwoofer if you want to, with high-end options ranging from $700 to $1000. On the lower end, budget subwoofers can be found for $210 and below.

What to Expect from a Budget Subwoofer

A budget subwoofer will meet the needs of 95% of the population. It will provide you with precise, clean, and well-defined bass down to around 35Hz, whereas a high-end subwoofer can reach even lower frequencies down to 20Hz or so. So what does this mean for the average person? It means that if you have a movie scene with very low frequencies, your budget subwoofer may not be able to reproduce those notes, but with the right budget subwoofer, it should handle them gracefully and go unnoticed.

What’s Left Out with a Budget Subwoofer?

So what do you sacrifice with a budget subwoofer? Besides not having an exorbitant price tag, you are also sacrificing the extremes of envelope-pushing performance, especially when it comes to the extremely low-frequency output that high-end subs can provide.

In conclusion, if you’re looking for a subwoofer and want to stick to a budget, a budget subwoofer is the way to go. You will get the sound you’re looking for at a price that won’t break the bank. Then, as your budget increases, you can easily upgrade at a later date.

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