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Monoprice Monolith 15" THX Ultra Certified Ported 1000-Watt Powered Subwoofer EXPIRED

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THX Certified Ultra products are for large sized rooms, up to 3,000 cubic feet in size, with a 10-12 foot viewing distance from the screen. -StrawMan86

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Monolith 15" 1000W ported subwoofer $1200($240 discount)

These don't go on sale all that often, so here we go with my 1st post.

I have a pair of the 12" little brothers already, or I would be on this! The 12" version is awesome, this is considerably better.

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Ah just in time for my new neighbors that moved in next door... let me show them who's the boss...
This is a long read but has pretty good info on how audioholics (one of the trustable and knowledgeable reviewers out there) certify each subwoofer they review https://www.audioholics.com/louds...-room-size if you want to skip all reading, the monolith 15 is extreme certified which means this should easily fill spaces greater than 5000 cu feet. Hope this helps
Picture is only half of the movie.
What is more of a question is if you don't care about high end audio, why are you in a thread for it?

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And of course I fat finger the title. Any way to edit?
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Great sub. Bought one open box and loving it. Finally got this sub dialed in shaking the whole basement. kinda want another one but might be overkill. lol
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Few days ago I bought the 12inch one. It sounds amazing! i'm sure this sounds even better.
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Any good resource out there to find out how much cubic feet a subwoofer will reliably fill? My house is open concept with a loft and the space where I currently have my home theater is in that open space.
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How does this compare with the Rythmik FVX15?
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Any good resource out there to find out how much cubic feet a subwoofer will reliably fill? My house is open concept with a loft and the space where I currently have my home theater is in that open space.
I don't have a calculator but I have this subwoofer in a 20 x 20 room with a vaulted ceiling. It also has two large openings into other rooms. Not exactly open open but close. I have this front corner loaded and it hits hard. It can knock things off of shelves and rattle doors.

I'm very happy with this for the year I've had it.
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How long has this sub been in production?
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Patiently waiting on a deal for the Monolith 10...
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Any good resource out there to find out how much cubic feet a subwoofer will reliably fill? My house is open concept with a loft and the space where I currently have my home theater is in that open space.
This is a long read but has pretty good info on how audioholics (one of the trustable and knowledgeable reviewers out there) certify each subwoofer they review https://www.audioholics.com/louds...-room-size if you want to skip all reading, the monolith 15 is extreme certified which means this should easily fill spaces greater than 5000 cu feet. Hope this helps
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This Monoprice Monolith 15 is a beast of a subwoofer and good price given this model doesn't go out on sale frequently. If anyone is looking for an alternative 15 inch ported with similar performance I would suggest taking a look at http://www.hsuresearch.com/produc...5hmk2.html I have owned this sub for 2 years now and can positively recommend this to anyone
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And of course I fat finger the title. Any way to edit?
Click on Edit. Click on "Go Advanced" and then you can edit your post title.
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Ah just in time for my new neighbors that moved in next door... let me show them who's the boss...
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Any good resource out there to find out how much cubic feet a subwoofer will reliably fill? My house is open concept with a loft and the space where I currently have my home theater is in that open space.
It's THX Ultra certified up 3,000 cubic feet. The sub weighs 128 pounds. Speaker placement is key to optimize the performance. If you want more output, go with dual subs.
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