And it works fine as long as I've got the switch in the "on" position... The little (not so little as I was thinking, actually...) DLS-10 matches visually VERY well with my Infinity Entras. Excellent fit and finish. Plugged it in (Monster THX sub cable and a Dayton splitter, from my LFE to both RCAs), turned the switch on (well, I checked if it worked in auto first...), cranked the crossover to max and the volume to about 9 o'clock (or 3 o'clock or whatever - It's up just a little, okay? Hmpff... Then I whipped out my handy dandy ratshack meter, and punched the tonez button on my 1803, dropped the volume to about -15 or so, cycled through my speakers, and then _dropped_ (I guess that the little amount I turned the volume was too much...) the sub to -8, where it's just a little "hotter" than the speaks (fronts are at 0). The thing definitely has power to spare... I've got it a couple of feet from the corner, and there are a couple of definite "deadish" areas in the room, so I'll probably be moving furniture and floor lamps and all sortsa mean ugly rotten nasty stuff tonight. Also gonna be drillin' on the bottom and installing spikes. Anywho it was time for LOTR - Whew! This little puppy could DEFINITELY get me kicked out of my apartment! Sounds VERY good. After that, I put in the new Dixie Chicks DVD, and was pretty impressed with that. Nice and tight. Also went through some Dead and some jazz on the CD player.