The Heco Victa Sub 25 A is one subwoofer that you should take into account when thinking of a serious bass machine but being more or less on a budget. It will provide serious bass to meet the requirements of a small or medium living room you'd like to transform in a media room, while its frequency response will match even gear sold for higher prices.
It comes with a lot of very handy and important features offered as standard options and for which other brands would make you pay extra; things like real-time limiter or active SPL equalization come standard in the Heco Victa Sub 25 A subwoofer and will make your life easier and better sounding.
The Heco Victa Sub 25 A packs 100W continuous power with 200W peaks. The internal amplifier deploys the power in a 10-inch woofer with hardened cellulose cone and huge dustcap, being able to withstand tremendous amounts of pressure and offering a thorough bass response without distortions even at very high volumes. The die-cast aluminum basket of the woofer allows a very strong securing of the speaker inside the cabinet so minimal unwanted resonance is allowed.
The 10-inch woofer can deliver you bass between 23 and 200Hz; the aerodynamically optimized bass reflex port sports screwed aluminum flanges for minimal venting noise and for an increased air flow and rounder, more substantial bass. Even more, the Heco Victa Sub 25 A will allow you to tweak and optimize the way your bass sounds according to the room's acoustic characteristics: you get level controls, crossover frequency control for a better integration of the Heco Victa Sub 25 A in your sound system.
This subwoofer sports a front-firing architecture and this adds to the increased sonic impact of your media; you can connect the Heco Victa Sub 25 A to low level inputs as well as high-level inputs, using the dedicated inserts while the two low-level outs allow you to connect more bass devices for an extended-size array. Sells for around $350.