Focal Cub 3
Focal Cub 3
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Meant to streamline and blend in with your home cinema system, the Focal Cub 3 makes an excellent addition to 5.1 speaker setups. It’s compact at about 13 inches tall and 12 inches wide, and has a soft-touch finish that keeps it from looking obtrusive in any room Read More

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Speartongue
7
Nov 17, 2017
how about a subwoofer drop that ships to Canada? :P come oooon. massdrop collab subwoofer anytime?
make one with monoprice 9723 in a nicer shell and fix the humming issue on it, that would sell like hotcakes!
Ashapiro75
4
Nov 14, 2017
Not a bad price for Focal... Although I'm no fan of Focal's low-end stuff... their low-end headphones are crap. I just popped for an SVS PC13, it's a big bitch, but it hits 16hz open or 24hz in sealed mode. It's the size of a small refrigerator but you only live once... right?
grellms
0
Nov 13, 2017
can i connect this to a Onkyo TX-SR373
Sawrub
25
Nov 13, 2017
Are these too loud and bassy for 1st Floor apartment?
Alex00322
781
Oct 13, 2017
Is this a musical sub?
Zatarot
105
Oct 13, 2017
No, it's ported
RareAirs
156
Oct 11, 2017
Could this be used to hook up to an lg soundbar?
S14Tan
71
Oct 11, 2017
If the soundbar has a sub output, yes.
needhelp
327
Aug 18, 2017
this sub looks reasonably priced. i have a pair of audioengine 5+. but the S8 sub by audioengine is too pricey to me. i wonder if it is worth it to buy some cheaper option. my main objective is music, then movie.
though i also have a pair of soundstick 3 that has a woofer. should i spend on a sub? if yes, is this good? or just get a S8 for 400 dollars.
Munnybear
259
Sep 10, 2017
This looks so similar to the S8.
jazonmarkz
8
Oct 10, 2017
If your focus is music, look for a sealed sub. Ported sub are more for home theater.
znahum
91
Aug 14, 2017
Just got a 15" Dayton sub for under $200.
BigTerminator
37
Aug 17, 2017
You really should justify it. A sealed sub that can do 20Hz flat is a whole other experience. When I get my 2nd 18" Ultimax built I will be in the hole for $1300 including amp. And hell yeah it is worth it. Comparable to subs costing $1500-2000 each. Love my Rythmik L12 for $540 in the bed room, but I might have gotten a 15" Ultimax instead if I knew I could make em. You could probably do the 15" build for $450 which is a great value when you look at the going rate of a 15" sealed sub with a 500+ watt amp.
DanielJS
15
Sep 14, 2017
I've got a Dayton 10 in my garage. Paid about a hundred for it and its fine for what I purchased it for.
dudUKIM
94
Aug 13, 2017
Emotiva subs do look like better buys. The biggest drawback with this product is that there is no crossover dial. idk what "active crossover at 110Hz mean, but I prefer having a analog/physical dial.
Spider2k
0
Aug 13, 2017
They have their place. I have an 8" energy sub inside the console of my sofa. Just enough to keep me happy and not too much to bother the wife.
stoopid3
37
Aug 15, 2017
I used to use an older 8" Energy and that thing was impressive for the size and relatively low price.
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