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I'm currently using two 8" AR subs for my small hometheater in the basement. The theater is 12.5' wide by about 18' long but the last 9 or 10 feet open up into the rest of the basement. This is where I've hid my 55" VT60 plasma and where I go to unwind. There are only two chairs and I sit roughly 7-8 feet eye balls to screen so it's quite 'cozy'. My system consists of an Onkyo 626 amp powering a complete 7 channel Pioneer mk2 system (FS52 mains, center and two pairs of BS22 for surrounds and rears). I'm looking to upgrade my subs which are a left over from my apartment dweller days. Obviously with my modest receiver and speakers I'm not looking for any thing that will cost mega-bucks but quality is important to me. I'm debating on whether I should invest in two inexpensive subs or just go with a single SVS PB1000 which is likely to sound better than just about anything below it's price (new). Any suggestions?

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That's a decent sized room, I think it might be asking a bit much from a PB-1000. I would maybe consider a pair of Dayton SUB-1500, or maybe get the PB-1000 with the plans to add a second down the road. If you can stretch a little farther, the Rythmik LV12R ($569) and HSU VTF2-MK4 ($566) would both be worthwhile upgrades over the PB-1000.

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Picked up the JBL Sub 550P from Amazon for $199 yesterday.

Anyone with experience with it?
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JBL's usually punch above their weight class in terms of clarity if not output. Of the five or six that I've heard they are very refined but don't offer the most in terms of oomph. So I'm thinking that the amps (electronics) might be the limiting factor instead of the drivers, which are more along the lines of JBL's specialty. Hope this helps, and please post your results.
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JBL's usually punch above their weight class in terms of clarity if not output. Of the five or six that I've heard they are very refined but don't offer the most in terms of oomph. So I'm thinking that the amps (electronics) might be the limiting factor instead of the drivers, which are more along the lines of JBL's specialty. Hope this helps, and please post your results.
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Yeah I have a fairly large space and this will supplement my NXG.

This JBL is a small sealed 10" that I'm going to use near field.

I have a Denon 4520 I'm using, so I'll calibrate using the 2 sub input with Audyssey.
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That's a decent sized room, I think it might be asking a bit much from a PB-1000. I would maybe consider a pair of Dayton SUB-1500, or maybe get the PB-1000 with the plans to add a second down the road. If you can stretch a little farther, the Rythmik LV12R ($569) and HSU VTF2-MK4 ($566) would both be worthwhile upgrades over the PB-1000.
I'm nervous about the Daytons. I haven't seen much by the way of instrumented reviews of their models just a lot of 'sounds good to me' comments. I'd also probably not consider a 15" model as inexpensive 15 inchers have a reputation for being loud and not much else. I set my crossover at 80Hz for all channels so I need a sub with good sensitivity between 40 and 80Hz.

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I'm nervous about the Daytons. I haven't seen much by the way of instrumented reviews of their models just a lot of 'sounds good to me' comments. I'd also probably not consider a 15" model as inexpensive 15 inchers have a reputation for being loud and not much else. I set my crossover at 80Hz for all channels so I need a sub with good sensitivity between 40 and 80Hz.
They have been the budget champs for a long time now, and I think you get some great value from them. In such a big space, it will take a lot of money to get good bass in there, so if you want to try and tackle that, prepare to invest some money. A pair of the Dayton SUB-1500s will at least give you some decent output in that space, and get down into the mid-20s.

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I recently purchased the Polk Audio PSW110 from BB ($249.). At first I couldn't hear much of the bass I expected - but some playing with the controls, a nice sound mixture appeared. I went from 'ready to return' to 'happy to own'. My only complaint is finding the unit $50. cheaper on Amazon.ca.

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I recently purchased a JBL Sub 550P for $199.
It's a sealed 10" and I have it nearfield.
Seems good and musical so far and compliments my corner loaded NXG.
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JBL lists that sub for $600 - which is probably a bit optimistic on their part - but getting it for $200 is quite a discount.

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JBL lists that sub for $600 - which is probably a bit optimistic on their part - but getting it for $200 is quite a discount.
Yeah, rated at 300W RMS.

I bought the NXG based on your review and I've been happy with it.
One day I'll get a "real" sub and sell these or put them in a different place.

Thanks for your reviews and input here.
My system is far from the most expensive, (I like to think of myself as a budget audiophile), but I think it sounds pretty good.
Musically and HT.
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Do you guys think multiples of each would be a wiser choice vs 1 single "better" sub?

For example, the NXG is $269. 2 is $538.

Although I'd have to piece it all together, a dayton HO kit from DIYsoundgroup is $580 http://www.diysoundgroup.com/dayton15-cube-kit.html

Would the dayton kit be a better choice? Or 2 cheaper subs to smooth out room nulls?

Or even 4? 4 Sub-1200's is $516.

So many ways to skin a cat here.
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Do you guys think multiples of each would be a wiser choice vs 1 single "better" sub?

For example, the NXG is $269. 2 is $538.

Although I'd have to piece it all together, a dayton HO kit from DIYsoundgroup is $580 http://www.diysoundgroup.com/dayton15-cube-kit.html

Would the dayton kit be a better choice? Or 2 cheaper subs to smooth out room nulls?

Or even 4? 4 Sub-1200's is $516.

So many ways to skin a cat here.
Depends upon what you're looking to achieve, the room size, personal preferences, etc. Having said that... I'm quite familiar with the NXG and SUB-1200, but unless you're trying to quell room modes that kit looks awfully intriguing. It was designed by LTD02, a guy who knows a lot about subs, so it's probably a safe bet it will perform.

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JBL lists that sub for $600 - which is probably a bit optimistic on their part - but getting it for $200 is quite a discount.
$689.95 is what Amazon claims the MSRP to be yet JBL lists it at the $599.95.

Amazon can save you $90 off, the apparently fictitious, MSRP and you can pay the real MSRP!

Why would anyone not buy from Amazon with a savings like that?

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$689.95 is what Amazon claims the MSRP to be yet JBL lists it at the $599.95.

Amazon can save you $90 off, the apparently fictitious, MSRP and you can pay the real MSRP!

Why would anyone not buy from Amazon with a savings like that?
It was a Lightning Deal that I got for $199.

So far, so good.
I believe it has added to my overall listening/HT experience.
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In on this. I have a 300 dollar budget and not sure what sub to get, or go with 2 Daytona 1200s. Could also go 1 dayton 1500 then get another down the road. Room is 15x20 with diy acoustic panels.
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In on this. I have a 300 dollar budget and not sure what sub to get, or go with 2 Daytona 1200s. Could also go 1 dayton 1500 then get another down the road. Room is 15x20 with diy acoustic panels.
Nice looking setup. Hate to say it with those beautiful hardwood floors but carpet would probably be a big help to your sound. Anyway...I would go with 1 1500 and another later.
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In on this. I have a 300 dollar budget and not sure what sub to get, or go with 2 Daytona 1200s. Could also go 1 dayton 1500 then get another down the road. Room is 15x20 with diy acoustic panels.
Nice looking setup. Hate to say it with those beautiful hardwood floors but carpet would probably be a big help to your sound. Anyway...I would go with 1 1500 and another later.
OK. Ya I'm sure but I did use pretty thick sound absorbing padding underneath. Sometimes the wife gets her way
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OK. Ya I'm sure but I did use pretty thick sound absorbing padding underneath. Sometimes the wife gets her way
Understood. Sound absorbing material underneath is a great idea to help isolate the room from the rest of the house..
But, as you probably know, it doesn't help much with reflections created in the room. Perhaps a couple of throw rugs placed directly under your mains. You could use the excuse of not wanting the speaker stands to scratch the hardwood.

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This thread looks like it could be useful to me since I'm considering buying a subwoofer for my current 4.0 setup (2x Tannoy V4 + 2x Tannoy V1). The Tannoy subwoofer that supposedly completes this set (Tannoy TS2-10) is £300, which just seemed like too much when the rest of the speakers totalled £350.

What's the best way of narrowing down the list in the first post? Which ones have the best reviews? How about ones that'd go well with my current speakers? The Wharfedale Diamond SW150 is currently available for £130, would that be suitable for a 4.8 x 3.4 m room?

Thanks for any advice.
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It was a Lightning Deal that I got for $199.

So far, so good.
I believe it has added to my overall listening/HT experience.
You did very well.

Where can one review these "lighting" deals when they pop up? I have seen several times people post of them, generally after the fact.

Anyone know???????

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This thread looks like it could be useful to me since I'm considering buying a subwoofer for my current 4.0 setup (2x Tannoy V4 + 2x Tannoy V1). The Tannoy subwoofer that supposedly completes this set (Tannoy TS2-10) is £300, which just seemed like too much when the rest of the speakers totalled £350.

What's the best way of narrowing down the list in the first post? Which ones have the best reviews? How about ones that'd go well with my current speakers? The Wharfedale Diamond SW150 is currently available for £130, would that be suitable for a 4.8 x 3.4 m room?

Thanks for any advice.
Assuming a 2.4 m (8ft) ceiling or so that would make a 1400 ft^3 room if that helps for us in the US. ;-)
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Understood. Sound absorbing material underneath is a great idea to help isolate the room from the rest of the house..
But, as you probably know, it doesn't help much with reflections created in the room. Perhaps a couple of throw rugs placed directly under your mains. You could use the excuse of not wanting the speaker stands to scratch the hardwood.
A small 2x2 rug you think under each stand would actually help? Interesting.

I hate going budget, but im about to throw in an order for a sub1500 unless there are better suggestions. I really need a new receive (mine is a sony str dh510)... so by going with a sub1500 I can get a new denon or onyko with room calibration.
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You did very well.

Where can one review these "lighting" deals when they pop up? I have seen several times people post of them, generally after the fact.

Anyone know???????
I have Amazon Prime and just look through the deals of the day, lightning deals etc each day from the Amazon app.
Not sure but assume they're available to anyone.
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A small 2x2 rug you think under each stand would actually help? Interesting.

I hate going budget, but im about to throw in an order for a sub1500 unless there are better suggestions. I really need a new receive (mine is a sony str dh510)... so by going with a sub1500 I can get a new denon or onyko with room calibration.
Sounds like a good plan.
I was thinking more along the lines of 4x6 rugs. Will cut down on some of the reflection in the immediate surroundings of the speakers where most of it occurs initially.
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I have Amazon Prime and just look through the deals of the day, lightning deals etc each day from the Amazon app.
Not sure but assume they're available to anyone.
Ive got Prime and have looked there but it's always some nonsense knocked down 20%. Of course I never checked back after seeing that.

Just checked it again, most stuff is half price.. Still it's not very targeted.

Thanks, I know where to keep looking.

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This thread looks like it could be useful to me since I'm considering buying a subwoofer for my current 4.0 setup (2x Tannoy V4 + 2x Tannoy V1). The Tannoy subwoofer that supposedly completes this set (Tannoy TS2-10) is £300, which just seemed like too much when the rest of the speakers totalled £350.

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Assuming a ceiling height of 2.5 m your room is not very large, which is a benefit when searching for inexpensive subwoofers.

Based upon the spec's the SW150 doesn't strike me as appropriate for home theater applications. Music, perhaps, but it won't have enough capability to render movies with any realism.

I've been somewhat remiss with that first post - and it needs to be updated - but probably the first place to start is to find out what manufacturers are available in your area (since you're using £ to denote cost I assume it to be someplace in Europe). Those products are mostly available in the US, and I've found a lot of them aren't offered in many other places.

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