Powered Sub Question, So Confused?
Topic: A research submarine has a
July 19, 2019 / By Gwenyth Question:
hello, i have been looking for a powered sub for my home theater system for ever now, i have a huge room so i know i need something with at least 250 RMS watts. I have been looking at these subs so far: Polk audio PSW505, infinity PS212, SVS PB12-ISD, JBL S120PII. I have no clue which one is the best, in chest pound, eat thumping, great clean bass. so which one is the best, in your opinion, pound for pound, maybe a little more for bass. also, if anyone has another suggestions, i would appreciate it. thanks so much-Mitch.
oh and what about the BUTTKICKER LFE SHAKER, sounds to good to be ture?
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Dindrane | 2 days ago
Canadian manufacturers have an advantage. our government pumps millions of dollars into research facilities for our award winning speaker manufacturers.
Check out reviews for Paradigm, PSB or Energy for starters.
i have an inexpensive pair of speakers by one of the lower lines by one of these manufacturers. i paid only $120 a pair and they sound incredible in my system.
subwoofwers can get a little pricey but you don't need to go overboard. Unless your room is HUGE, a single 10 or 12" sub will do.
people putting multiple subs in cars are fools. There's no need for that at all.
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Here are a couple of brands that will give you
the most bang (or boom if you prefer) for your
buck from my experience...
- Hsu Research
- SVS Sound
If you compared similarly priced models from
those "popular name brands" that you will find
at those chain consumer electronics stores,
you might be surprised at the difference in
performance levels. I personally like Hsu.
I own the Hsu VTF-2 Mk 3 model. I had
two, but found it to be overkill for my
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Mitch you say "I have no clue which one is best"Therefore you have to listen to them and pick the one that satisfies your needs. There is no other way.See if you can borrow the ones you like and try them at home. A genuine dealer will let you do this.
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Velodyne is great . They have a guide based on the capacity of your room. Here's the link.
This might help you too
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