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Speaker Type
Subwoofer
Brand
Edifier
Special Feature
Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX. On-speaker adjustable volume, bass, and treble. Four on-board EQ settings. RCA, optical, COAX and XLR audio inputs.
Special Feature

Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX. On-speaker adjustable volume, bass, and treble. Four on-board EQ settings. RCA, optical, COAX and XLR audio inputs.

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Speaker Maximum Output Power
70 Watts
Speaker Size
8 Inches


Simple and Elegant Design

This home theater subwoofer can seamlessly integrate into your home with a simple and elegant design that you can place under your TV or wherever you like in your home. It will significantly improve the overall sound of the TV, so you can experience your favorite music or movies like never before.


Low Resonance Cabinet

Adopting high-quality medium density fiberboard (MDF), this material effectively reduces resonance interference and unwanted noises, so all you can hear is the cleanest and purest sound. You'll love how fantastic your movies and music will sound.


8" Subwoofer Driver with Distortion-free Bass

An 8-inch driver delivers 70w powerful sound and captures the essence of the bass, providing you immersive music, and home theater sounds that will drive you deeper into the heart of the performance.


Adjustable Volume and Low-frequency Bandwidth

Independent volume and low-frequency bandwidth adjustment knob located on the back panel of the subwoofer allows you to adjust the volume and low-frequency bandwidth according to your preference to obtain a balanced and consistent sound effect. Quite easy to use and hassle-free in terms of operation.

Features & details

Features

  • 8" SPEAKER DRIVER - Delivers powerful sound with highly accurate, distortion-free bass to provide you with a better listening experience.
  • LOW PASS FILTER WITH FREQUENCY RESPONSE DOWN TO 38Hz - Ensures that your woofer only plays sounds too low for your speakers to properly output. Supplement your speakers great high and mid-range with bass you can really feel.
  • THICK MDF WOODEN ENCLOSURE - We use high quality, dense fiberboard materials that offer reduced acoustic resonance for better audio quality.
  • AUTOMATIC STANDBY - Save on electricity with an auto standby feature that ensures the woofer is not unnecessarily using up power when it''s not being used.
  • 2 YEAR WARRANTY - Edifier guarantees you''ll have an amazing experience with our products. Buy with confidence, and enjoy our 2 year warranty.

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Q: Can anyone provide me with the physical dimensions of this sub? It’s not even listed on th…

A: 11" wide: 12" tall: 13" deep (add another inch or so for controls and wires coming out the…

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A: The subwoofer has a RCA in and RCA out so if you route the input through the woofer it sho…

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Q: Are these compatible with Edifier R1280Ts speakers?

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Bernd W. Herrmann
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
As far as Inexpensive 8" subwoofers go - it actually does quite well, however...
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2020
Alright - where even to begin? I''ve been an enthusiastic Edifier products user over the past two years, currently owning 5 different models of their powered bookshelf speakers. As of late, I''ve been eyeing compact subwoofers in the 8" range that I could add to my... See more
Alright - where even to begin? I''ve been an enthusiastic Edifier products user over the past two years, currently owning 5 different models of their powered bookshelf speakers. As of late, I''ve been eyeing compact subwoofers in the 8" range that I could add to my particular system to enhance the lower bass response. I am (was) particularly searching out inexpensive, yet competent 8" subwoofers to place under my computer desk since that''s where I have my active bookshelf speakers positioned.

Now to be fair, there are several outstanding (other brand) 8" active subwoofer models on the market, but those models are priced higher - usually between $299 and $499 - and as I discovered, you tend to get what you pay for in most cases!

There is just 1 review on You Tube of the Edifier T5, and that one was done by Zeos Pantera, who I enjoy watching for a number of reasons. So I took a chance and ordered the Edifier T5 on Amazon. My reasoning in choosing the T5 (initially) is that I had previously also owned the Edifier S350DB 2.1 system and the T5 is basically the same woofer as in that system (albeit configured differently).

OK - so the T5 arrived - it looks great and definitely has a nice, weighty (and solid) feel to it (which is good). In the rear you have both RCA inputs and outputs (as opposed to many subwoofers that have only RCA inputs) - which was very important to me, but I soon came to realize that I had misconceptions about that aspect of the T5. In addition, it has one of the smallest (if not the smallest) enclosure that I''ve seen on 8" subwoofers.

You see, in the "other" more expensive subwoofers I alluded to above, they also offer both RCA inputs and outputs - but (and this is a huge "but"), in those cases you could use any powered speaker, run the music source cables (like from a Preamp or DAC) to those subwoofers, and then use additional cables attached to the "output"connectors of the subwoofer to run to the RCA inputs on your powered speakers. What occurs in "those" (a bit more expensive) subwoofers is that you can then choose a select crossover frequency (usually, 60, 80, or 100 Hz) to filter out the bass - meaning, that anything below those frequencies (you choose one) would be handled by the subwoofer, whereas all the frequencies above would be channeled to your speakers. This obviously takes the pressure off the 4", 5", or 6" woofer/midrange drivers in various bookshelf speakers and allows them to effortlessly focus on mid-bass and midrange frequencies.

The Edifier T5 subwoofer, however, does "NOT" filter frequencies like the more expensive versions do (i.e. Emotiva and Presonus). With the T5, the RCA inputs and outputs are just for pass-through (nothing is filtered or channeled between subwoofer and speakers). So in effect, if you try and connect your T5 to your active speakers this way, all you are doing is reinforcing (amplifying) the lower frequencies that your active powered speakers are trying to handle also. Now do note that the T5''s do have a knob ranging from 50-60 HZ t0 160 HZ and if you set this to a desired low frequency cutoff, what this means is that the subwoofer will only reproduce the low frequences below the cut-off you select. However, again - the full frequency response is still channeled to your main active speakers. So choose your low frequency cutoff wisely here so you don''t double-up or reinforce low frequencies that your active speakers already product.

Alright, so how did I use the T5? After trying the method above - and after I came to find out that no filtering takes place and the signal is just a straight pass through - I connected my Edifier R1850DB''s bookshelf speakers using the dedicated 3.5MM subwoofer output on the rear of those speakers. I used a 3.5 MM to RCA Male set of cables, connecting to the T5. Now on the rear of the T5 is a knob showing bass frequency filter settings ranging from 50 to 160 HZ. I set this to between 70 and 80 HZ (everything in between the 50 to 160 Hz area are not marked specifically - there are just a bunch of notches, leaving you to try and decipher what is what). Remember, you get what you pay for here.

Well, so how does it perform? This T5 does best as an under-the-desk unit, connected to desktop speakers - let''s say in a desktop computer scenario. I first tried the T5 in the living room and to be honest, it did not have the impact one would expect when watching dynamic movie scenes, and at times you''ll hear "chuffing" coming from the port. However, when I transferred it upstairs to under my computer desk - attached to my Edifier R1850''s - the combination provided a fairly nice balance (once I settled on the right frequency range for the T5 to handle).

Now here is a question that nobody has been able to provide an answer to this date. To begin with, since the T5 is an Edifier product, let''s arbitrarily use the Edifier R1850DB''s as the bookshelf speakers for the purpose of this particular question (since they have a subwoofer output connection in the rear of the active speaker). When connecting the 1850''s to the likes of the T5, do the active speakers automatically "recognize" the subwoofer and then send low frequencies (below a certain point - and what is that particular frequency?) to the subwoofer? Or, does the subwoofer handle just a certain frequency range (below 160 Hz), thereby just reinforcing the same or similar frequencies that the speakers are handling? No one could ever answer this and I''ve asked this a million times on various forums. Edifier was remiss in not providing this information with the T5. It would most certainly be nice to know that a speaker will automatically recognize the subwoofer (when connected) to a model that has a subwoofer output on the rear of the desktop model. And furthermore, it would be nice to know that when recognized, what frequency do the bookshelf speakers automatically select to filter to the subwoofer?

Sound quality-wise, do keep in mind that we''re dealing with an 8" woofer here - nothing revolutionary. It can certainly add bass, but I must confess that the quality of this bass and extension is limited to around 38 hz. I also have a 10" subwoofer by a well known audiophile brand (with RCA inputs and outputs that provide low frequency filtering and channeling) and the quality of bass from that unit is phenomenal and well balanced with any bookshelf speakers you add.

So in the end, for a super budget 8" subwoofer model, the T5 is a quality product - but then you do get what you pay for and for around $130 USD, there isn''t anything revolutionary about it. You may be asking, "well, why not then just use the 10" subwoofer you also own?" Quite simple - it''s much too large and my knee hits it every time I go to sit down by my computer. Thus my search for a smaller 8" model.

I''ll be keeping the T5 because I believe it does quite well from 40Hz on up and at $130, it is an ideal match for many of the powered Edifier speakers. I do intend to getting one of those "other brand" 8" subwoofers (either a Emotiva or Presonus) that features an actual crossover filter that channels anything above the selected low frequency cross-over point on the subwoofer to the active bookshelf speakers..

In the end, how we use our audio products becomes subjective and no two folks will agree. If you''re looking for a serious low-frequency contender in the compact 8" subwoofer arena, the T5 just may do - but for others, it may not provide what you are looking for in terms of general low bass reinforcement - but at least you won''t be paying an arm and leg. I''m currently actively using it - it does the trick - but I do know there may be better choices out there if you are willing to spend a few hundred dollars more.

I did edit this review to update my assigning it 4 stars now (up from 3). And I am currently using the wonderful PreSonus Eris E5 XT 5.25" Near Field Studio Monitors. Using the Edifier T5 with these monitors provides a nice balance and I''ve been quite happy with this match-up.
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Jason A.
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Auto-Sleep function cannot be turned off
Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2019
Auto-Sleep function is aggressive and cannot be disabled. You must maintain a certain level of volume in order to keep it awake (source volume, not subwoofer volume). Edifier Customer Support confirmed that it cannot be turned off. But if you want it loud and only loud,... See more
Auto-Sleep function is aggressive and cannot be disabled. You must maintain a certain level of volume in order to keep it awake (source volume, not subwoofer volume). Edifier Customer Support confirmed that it cannot be turned off. But if you want it loud and only loud, this sub delivers.
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Kassey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified PurchaseEarly Reviewer Rewards
Works really great with the R1850BT speakers
Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2019
For the money, this is a really good value especially if paired with a set of the Edifier speakers that have a Sub-Out connection. It has an energy saving function and you can adjust which levels the sub-woofer kicks in bass wise. It came with RCA cables for multiple... See more
For the money, this is a really good value especially if paired with a set of the Edifier speakers that have a Sub-Out connection. It has an energy saving function and you can adjust which levels the sub-woofer kicks in bass wise. It came with RCA cables for multiple connections.
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D. Zier
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified PurchaseEarly Reviewer Rewards
Compact, versatile and hard hitting sub
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2020
I added this sub to a set of Edifiers Rd2000db desktop speakers. I wrote a review on them as well. Anyways I use this sub primarily for my PC gaming. This sub really fills in those lows. I had to turn the sub way down to balance with my other speakers or it was taking... See more
I added this sub to a set of Edifiers Rd2000db desktop speakers. I wrote a review on them as well. Anyways I use this sub primarily for my PC gaming. This sub really fills in those lows. I had to turn the sub way down to balance with my other speakers or it was taking over. It has allot of sound for a 70w 8" sub and easily fills a 25''x20'' room. This sub is best suited for someone in a house, it just hits that low and the bass travels on.
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Robert A. Jackson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great sounding, very flexible subwoofer.
Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2021
I purchased this subwoofer to pair with Edifier R1280Ts bookshelf speakers and a turntable and they are great together. The R1280Ts pair are nice sounding and nice looking speakers but, like any speaker of that size, they just can''t produce enough bass. The T5 completes... See more
I purchased this subwoofer to pair with Edifier R1280Ts bookshelf speakers and a turntable and they are great together. The R1280Ts pair are nice sounding and nice looking speakers but, like any speaker of that size, they just can''t produce enough bass. The T5 completes the package with plenty of low-end sound and volume.

The T5 is very flexible, providing connection options for different sources, but what I really like is that it has both a volume control and an adjustable low pass filter. These two controls allow for easy sound customization for any song or album. This is particularly useful when listening to vinyl because the older recordings tend to be "all over the place" with regard to recording and playback dynamics. With a few seconds of tuning these controls both "Black Sabbath''s First Album" and "The Best of Joe Pass" sound great. The T5 is a very nice subwoofer.
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Ioanna K. Chaney
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified PurchaseEarly Reviewer Rewards
Great value
Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2020
I am using the T5 with small QAcoustics 3010i bookshelf speakers, which really benefit from the additional low range provided by the T5. I listen to classical and jazz. Classical orchestras play in a wide variety of concert halls, some of which produce more resonant bass... See more
I am using the T5 with small QAcoustics 3010i bookshelf speakers, which really benefit from the additional low range provided by the T5. I listen to classical and jazz. Classical orchestras play in a wide variety of concert halls, some of which produce more resonant bass than I like. The controls on the T5 make it easy to adjust the volume level, as well as adjusting the crossover point below which the bass is handed over to the subwoofer. This is quality product at a great price and will particularly appeal to a music lover who appreciates realistic bass.
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Kevin C
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Makes a HUGE difference
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2021
About 9 months ago, I bought the Edifier 1700BTs speakers for my computer and home studio. While they sound great, the system is designed so that you can easily add a subwoofer to fill in the low frequencies that the built-in 4" woofer can''t handle. Once you plug in the... See more
About 9 months ago, I bought the Edifier 1700BTs speakers for my computer and home studio. While they sound great, the system is designed so that you can easily add a subwoofer to fill in the low frequencies that the built-in 4" woofer can''t handle. Once you plug in the subwoofer, the speakers reroute ALL the bass frequencies (up to around 170 Hz) to the subwoofer, leaving the 1700''s to focus on their strong points, mid-range and high end. Made a huge difference. Highly recommend this as a complement to bookshelf speakers, especially ones like the 1700BTs with a subwoofer out. NOTE: the sub connects via a mini stereo cord- like those frequently found on headphones. No RCA or speaker wire inputs.
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Hubert Williams
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
If you are looking for consistant rich bass don''t buy this woofer..
Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2020
Has a good look , the sound is not bad.. for $130 it''s not bad for $130 When I first reviewed this subwoofer I only had it for a very short time.. I think I read somewhere speakers have to be broken in so what I''m saying is I am very satisfied with this product..It... See more
Has a good look , the sound is not bad.. for $130 it''s not bad for $130
When I first reviewed this subwoofer I only had it for a very short time.. I think I read somewhere speakers have to be broken in so what I''m saying is I am very satisfied with this product..It compliments the desk top edifiers I already have not only looks good it really has a very good sound for computer speakers
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Zen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 17, 2021
I had a pair of Edifier R2750DB tri-amps, which I thought the world of - excellent bass and treble, good midrange. I bought the subwoofer because I had some spare cash, not because of any need - and I am very glad I did. After reducing the bass to nominal (0) on the...See more
I had a pair of Edifier R2750DB tri-amps, which I thought the world of - excellent bass and treble, good midrange. I bought the subwoofer because I had some spare cash, not because of any need - and I am very glad I did. After reducing the bass to nominal (0) on the tri-amp, and setting the cut-off frequency and phase on the sub - and then balancing the volume with the tri-amps - I was staggered at what a huge difference it makes. The sub is an 8" cone and the tri-amp subs are 4", so the bass comes across much clearer and it can reproduce even lower tones without distortion (I didn''t even realise I was getting distortion before). Additionally, the mid-level frequencies are no longer being swamped by the volume of the bass and treble, so come across as clear as a bell. Everything sounds much better. Track 4 of CD 6 in Max Richter''s sleep has some particularly low effects, and despite having listened to this on the tri-amps and also on a decent headset, I didn''t realise just how much texture there was in that sound - but now I do. The speaker combination of the R12750DB plus the T5 subwoofer (both Edifier) creates an awesome sound system. The leads to connect the T5 to the 12750 are in the box (in fact, both devices provide the correct lead). The T5 is powered, so the volume setting is surprisingly low (probably receiving an amplified signal from the R12750), and of course you''ll need another power socket available.
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Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Add a bit of punch to your bassline
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 6, 2021
I bought this unit to match with Edifier R1850DB speakers as part of my PC sound. As the R1850s have a direct subwoofer line out it seemed a good idea to match them with the T5. Ok, let''s start with the standard "you get what you pay for" so I didn''t expect to get a...See more
I bought this unit to match with Edifier R1850DB speakers as part of my PC sound. As the R1850s have a direct subwoofer line out it seemed a good idea to match them with the T5. Ok, let''s start with the standard "you get what you pay for" so I didn''t expect to get a fantastic sound at the price but at the same time I was looking for something a cut above the average. The T5 didn''t disappoint. The T5 comes with all cabling which is of a decent enough length. The unit is made of wood so gives a solid bass with no resonating plastic sound. Front-facing 8" driver with removable grill cover - which i recommend leaving on if, like me, you locate it under a desk dangerously close to feet. Better to encounter grill than stick a toe through the cone. Set-up was as follows: computer to R1850DB via optical cable and then line out to T5. Matched T5 volume to that of the main speakers and then went to high crossover level to take the strain off the 4" R1850s and use the 8" T5 to produce the deep bass. Instantly heard the difference, the bass became more refined and less muddy plus there was an added punch which became more noticeable the more the volume was turned up. It does take a bit of tweaking to get the sound levels perfect but once you get there the computer controls take over. After 4 weeks of use I am very happy with the Edifier sound. I like to have a good deep bass but I also appreciate clarity. The T5 gives me both and so I am very happy with the sound I get. One niggle was that initially I wasn''t sure if the T5 was producing bass. Firstly, it seemed to take a second or two before it woke up if I hadn''t been generating any sound for a while. To be honest, if this is still happening I don''t notice it any more. Secondly, if the sound is down low then I am not if I can hear the T5 or not. But, really, that is as it should be. If I turn it up just a bit then I get told to turn it down because the bass is travelling through the house and into the pillow that "she-who-must-be-obeyed" is resting on. I did get a few complaints when I was "breaking it in". Overall, for the price it is excellent, very good value for money and I especially recommend it for a 2:1 system of Edifier speakers. I am certainly sold on Edifiers and it will take a bit for me to move away from them. I dropped one star on the sound control as the volume control is at the back of the speaker and there is no remote such as there is with the desktop speakers. Considering that a sub-woofer typically resides under a desk, tucked away one really has to spend a bit of time getting the volume just right as soon as possible. The unit is heavy and not easy to move around whilst crouching under the desk.
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Russ B
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Too much sleepy time...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 3, 2021
Unit was almost unusable because if the system was not turned up to a level that was far above a comfortable casual listening level, the sub went into sleep mode and could only be woken by turning the volume up quite high, then the unit would re-activate and shake the walls...See more
Unit was almost unusable because if the system was not turned up to a level that was far above a comfortable casual listening level, the sub went into sleep mode and could only be woken by turning the volume up quite high, then the unit would re-activate and shake the walls until the volume was quickly turned back down again. quite unsuitable for a small to meduim sized room.
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Peb
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good honest sub
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 25, 2021
Ideal for living rooms, bedroom, really nice mellow sound . Remember you should not be able to note, where the sub is, balance is everything . Take your time to set this very well made sub up . Find the sweet spot and be rewarded with mellow lows . Would I buy another, at...See more
Ideal for living rooms, bedroom, really nice mellow sound . Remember you should not be able to note, where the sub is, balance is everything . Take your time to set this very well made sub up . Find the sweet spot and be rewarded with mellow lows . Would I buy another, at this quality and price point .... Yes ..
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Jack
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Superb sound
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 14, 2021
Paired with Edifier R2750DB,140 watt Tri Amp Active Bluetooth speakers & a FiiO BTA30 Bluetooth transceiver that outputs LDAC with a aux cable
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