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Originally Posted by tristian0507
These types of comments drive me crazy. Why would you want to pay more. Noting against Tom and PSA, they are doing a great job at marketing the Sub. Do you really think he was losing money at $1799, the answer is NO. The sub is $2299 now, for a couple hundred more you can get a Seaton with more juice and more finishes. The V3600 is a monster and I'm sure will be a great sub. At that price range its competing with established subs.
I agree with PSA still making money at $1799, if they were not they would of never sold it at that price. I have said it before and I will say it again, at $1900- $1949 they would have a hard time keeping up with demand that's how many units they would be selling. When I was in the market for a subwoofer I chose PSA for a few reasons and 1 of them was their subs offer a lot of performance for the money. We can sit here and speculate on what PSA should sell the V3600 for but at the end of the day they need to do whats best for business. I have already told Tom, I have the V3600 as sub of the year. PSA should feel proud of what they have accomplished in the last 1-2 years.
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