Originally Posted by JT78681
Well in my case my room is big and open, so I wanted more output on tap and deeper extension. I typically listen to content around -15 to -10. As far as how the deeper extension is perceived I'd say that most of the time it's felt, but once it gets to a certain point you just see the driver flapping like crazy, but get no sensation.
I am looking to purchase two
subs that will work well, and hopefully create a synergistic effect, with my current Klipsch Reference Series II collection. I can afford each of the three options listed below, I am not concerned about the size of these three subs, I listen to Music 2 channel plus subs (10%), Home Theater 11 channels plus subs (10%), T.V. mostly stereo to all speakers plus subs (55%) and Gaming mostly stereo signal to all speakers plus subs (25%), and I definitely listen at levels louder than the general population and want the ability to play at rock concert/club levels at times. I have always preferred bass reflex over sealed subs.
Can you please advise as to the advantages/disadvantages each of these three options have for my listening needs while giving consideration for how well you believe they would perform with my current speakers. Thanks.
In no particular order:
1) SVS PB13 Ultra
2) Power Sound Audio V3600
3) Rythmik F25
4 Klipsch R-115SW powered subwoofers
1 Klipsch RF-7 II center speaker (it replaced the RC-64 II center speaker shown in the photos)
2 Klipsch RF-7 II front speakers
2 Klipsch RF-7 II side surround speakers
2 Klipsch RB-81 II front wide surround speakers
2 Klipsch RB-81 II front height surround speakers
2 Klipsch RB-81 II rear surround speakers