|Outlaw Audio LFM-1 Plus Subwoofer|
|Home Theater Loudspeakers Subwoofers|
|Written by Andrew Robinson|
|Thursday, 01 February 2007|
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The LFM-1 Plus has its drawbacks, for starters it’s rather large. Often visitors mistook it for one of my side tables. Clearly, measures must be taken to blend the LFM-1 Plus visually into any décor unless you have a dedicated room where your equipment is the king. Regardless of your setup the biggest mistake you could make would be to not try and make the LFM-1 Plus work in your home, for once you do the sonic benefits far out weigh its visual short comings.
Lastly, the LFM-1 Plus’s glass top is somewhat of a bear to keep clean and free from fingerprints. Those of you with small children or friends that just have to touch everything may make the top of the LFM-1 subwoofer look more like a scene from CSI. A quick spray of glass cleaner or a cloth nearby will surely remedy any unsightly marks.
At $679 the LFM-1 Plus subwoofer from Outlaw is proof that you don’t have to pay a lot to get a lot. The LFM-1 Plus is a wonderfully musical sub with enough impact and slam to satisfy even the craziest bass head. Subwoofers are the unsung heroes of any multi-channel music or movie system in that they are often shunned for their appearance yet are called upon to move mountains at the drop of the hat. Well I’m pleased to announce that the LFM-1 Plus subwoofer isn’t your average run of the mill hero. It’s a super hero.