I could swear I had a thread about this on here but can't find it. \n\nAnyway, when my definitive technology Pro Sub 800 died in my living room, I took the opportunity to completely replace the system in that room. Once I did, I moved the 6 Pro Monitor 800 speakers and Pro Center 1000 center speaker out to my garage. As you may have seen, the AVR that moved out there with this system, a 6 yr old Onkyo, also just died and I've replaced it with a Denon 3600 that is in route. So, that brings me back to what started this whole rabbit hole a month or two ago. The dead DefTech Subwoofer.\n\nThe DefTech sub is an 8" model. It's very compact and surprisingly I don't have a ton of free space for a huge sub given the usage of the garage. However, the system out there will be used for music and work out video's primarily since the room is setup as a gym. Rather than spending the $160 that it will take to fix the DefTech sub, I've been looking at replacement options. Right now, I'm zeroed in on the RSL Speedwoofer 10S and the Monolith 10 from Monoprice.\n\nAny thoughts on the above two, or any others worth looking at in the same price ranges? Not looking to pressurize the garage for reference level movies but rather to add some lower end punchiness to music that the little defTech monitors don't have. \n\nAs an FYI, I did try the 12" Klipsch from Costco and didn't really like it. Found it muddy and boomy sounding for some reason. May work better in other rooms or setups though.\n\nThanks.