The Bose Bass Module 700 screws directly into the sound bar 700 and delivers deep, booming bass. The subwoofer has a remote control that's very convenient to use.
With a wireless range of 200 feet, this $169 wireless subwoofer speaker kit delivers the same impressive audio quality as speakers costing hundreds more.
The Polk React Sub delivers deep, impactful bass. It seamlessly disappears in the room to give you deeper bass from afar. It completed our test by staying connected via Bluetooth without dropping connections.
Until Christmas, this soundbar system, with its all-in-one wireless subwoofer, Alexa compatibility, and low price, is a great deal, with stellar audio.
This sub is clearly one of the best powered subwoofers available, thoughChannels can't speak to how well the sub works with the various other home theater receivers we tested, but it performed well with our test receiver from Polk Audio.
This sound bar has Alexa built-in, allowing hands-free control of your sound bar and other connected devices. It's best for watching TV, and those with a 4K TV.
Our pick for the best soundBar has a wireless subwoofer, which fills in the low end. You'll hear a difference no matter the movie, but viewers of cinematic favorites will find the sound more lifelike.
The Klipsch WA-2 wireless subwoofer is easy to set up and offers powerful bass to fill your entire room with music. But its flimsy speaker grille and lousy digital controls have us questioning its design.
The iFinity wireless audio transmitter/receiver kit is the best choice for installing surround sound speakers in your home.
Pair this subwoofer with a receiver such as the Yamaha RX-V620TXi, the Denon AV-5805CI, or the Pioneer VSX-1555CI, and its 10" woofer will pump out bass that will satisfy the most discerning audiophile.