The RMS power rating is the amount of power the speaker can handle without risk of damage. This is also a good indicator to how loud and powerful the subwoofer is. Peak power is not a good indicator because there isn't a standard way for companies to measure peak power, so many of the ratings are inflated. If you are putting a subwoofer in a small room, you don't need one with 1,500 watts of power. That might shake all the pictures off your walls.
We only tested powered subwoofers for this review. We used two tests to determine the best home subwoofers in our lineup – frequency analysis and a blind listening test. The results from these tests helped us compare the best home subwoofers.
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