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Reminds me of a much bigger Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor. You don't keep any kryptonite around, do ya?

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Those dual V3600 look insane!
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Okay guys here's... a picture of the twins. Now it's time to move them in place. Time to get REW out and do some measuring.
Damn hop you look like your in very good shape.... make me feel all fat and stuff.

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Damn ...those things look wicked cool!!
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Who knew a tree frog could be so good looking hahah

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Okay guys here's... a picture of the twins. Now it's time to move them in place. Time to get REW out and do some measuring.
Damn...those are intimidating...impressive!
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Just wondering what everyone thought about some different options for new subs. Currently I am in a 8800 cu. ft open space, half of which we use for HT (100% HT). We will be here for 1-2 years, and then moving to a home with a dedicated enclosed home theater of 2600 cu. ft. Currently we have one PB2000. I was hoping to buy something now that will 'improve' the bass in this big space, but be excellent for the next place. We currently watch bluray material at a MV of -10 or so, and it is mostly 2 people watching (so all listening positions probably don't have to be perfect).

I am not in the US so I don't have free trials, and I will list the prices that we pay in Australia just for reference in making decisions. My thinking is to sell the PB2000 and buy all new-although, I could keep it I suppose if it was worth doing.

1- Dual V1800s ($6198 pair)
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I can not speak to your specific situation, but I can say I love my dual V1800s. I have only 2400 cu. ft. And they just boom it out of the park. Real deep lows, right and plenty of headroom. I am still giggly with these things. I have had single subs for years and duals just add a new dimension by really filling the space. Honestly all the PSA subs are good products, Tom and team have extensive experience and delive the best bang for the buck of almost any sub around.
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I can not speak to your specific situation, but I can say I love my dual V1800s. I have only 2400 cu. ft. And they just boom it out of the park. Real deep lows, right and plenty of headroom. I am still giggly with these things. I have had single subs for years and duals just add a new dimension by really filling the space. Honestly all the PSA subs are good products, Tom and team have extensive experience and delive the best bang for the buck of almost any sub around.
Thanks for your opinions people

Kluken- I wonder how a v3600 would go in that space?
I would love to have dual v1800s but am seriously considering a v3600 (and perhaps keeping my PB2000) because of the $1948 price difference between them!
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Okay guys here's... a picture of the twins. Now it's time to move them in place. Time to get REW out and do some measuring.
Holy smoke!!!!
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Wow guys... thank you for all the nice compliments.

It's been a busy few hours…I haven't even touched the speakers yet, they are still sitting in their boxes. But I have both V3600's happily in their places and they are pretty well dialed in (Pre-Audyssey). I have some peaks but no real dips between 12Hz and 100Hz so I'm happy (I'm actually pretty good down to 10 Hz). I might have to pick up an Antimode but that can wait.

As some have noted the V3600 is an absolute beast but I have to say two are downright intimidating (in a good way). When I turned them on things started rattling all over the place. I'll report back as I get things set up but I think this is going to be a lot of fun.
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Thanks for your opinions people

Kluken- I wonder how a v3600 would go in that space?
I would love to have dual v1800s but am seriously considering a v3600 (and perhaps keeping my PB2000) because of the $1948 price difference between them!
Your situation does have different variables. I m sure a V3600 would be awesome and while I don't have a WAF to worry about, I feel it would look a bit obnoxious inky setting. The low profile of the dual V1800's blends well with my setup and I am barely tapping into their full potential. As someone else said I think the PB2000 will be out classed by the PSA. Best of luck in your decision.

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Nice Hop!! Dual V3600's are so full of Win!!
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Wow guys... thank you for all the nice compliments.

It's been a busy few hours…I haven't even touched the speakers yet, they are still sitting in their boxes. But I have both V3600's happily in their places and they are pretty well dialed in (Pre-Audyssey). I have some peaks but no real dips between 12Hz and 100Hz so I'm happy (I'm actually pretty good down to 10 Hz). I might have to pick up an Antimode but that can wait.

As some have noted the V3600 is an absolute beast but I have to say two are downright intimidating (in a good way). When I turned them on things started rattling all over the place. I'll report back as I get things set up but I think this is going to be a lot of fun.
How did you end up moving those. Did you put a blanket underneath and slide them or did you just muscle them around?

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They're only 196 lbs each...
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Damn...those are intimidating...impressive!
His arms or the subs?

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How did you end up moving those. Did you put a blanket underneath and slide them or did you just muscle them around?
You know, the V3600i isn't too bad to move around once it's on carpet. I'm hoping he used furniture sliders as even a toddler could move it around then, but they do 'walk' pretty easily by themselves. I actually felt the S3000i was a little more awkward to move with woofers on both sides. You can't just pick it up and haul it around without exercising lots of caution. If you use the one side that doesn't have the amp on it and put that toward your chest, you still have to be very careful since you have the subs on either side of the box. Though I haven't hit the Checkout button yet on dual S3600i, I can only imagine those would be even worse and definitely a two-person job up and down the stairs.

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Okay guys here's... a picture of the twins. Now it's time to move them in place. Time to get REW out and do some measuring.

They look good Hop, maybe you could post a few pics of them setup in their proper place in your room?
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Wow guys... thank you for all the nice compliments.

It's been a busy few hours…I haven't even touched the speakers yet, they are still sitting in their boxes. But I have both V3600's happily in their places and they are pretty well dialed in (Pre-Audyssey). I have some peaks but no real dips between 12Hz and 100Hz so I'm happy (I'm actually pretty good down to 10 Hz). I might have to pick up an Antimode but that can wait.

As some have noted the V3600 is an absolute beast but I have to say two are downright intimidating (in a good way). When I turned them on things started rattling all over the place. I'll report back as I get things set up but I think this is going to be a lot of fun.

Reach out Hop if you get the Antimode. I had some direction from Basshead and a call from Tom V when using the AMDC 2.0. The tones from Audyssey are nothing compared to the tones that will scream out of the AMDC, and the shaking....things falling off of the walls! I thought my foundation was going to crack, as I never heard other parts of the house upstairs shake like that. I only have one V3600! I do say that I think that the bass/LFE that I am getting with the AMDC 2.0 seems more centralized. I only messed with it last weekend a little bit, but the bass is a strong, but it did not seem to shake the chairs as much when sitting in the kitchen upstairs. Maybe I did not have it as loud during a particular scene, but it just seems like the there is more bass in just my viewing room. Kind of hard to explain, but that is how it feels. I do like the AMDC. Now maybe a house curve. The subs look awesome and I can imagine how revisiting some movies with the dual V3600s are going to be. Congrats and let em rip!
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How did you end up moving those. Did you put a blanket underneath and slide them or did you just muscle them around?
Little bit of both except I used cardboard.

To be honest the most annoying thing about moving them is getting around all the furniture in the room. Travis is right though, they walk pretty well and the tall deign means you aren't really bending over that much. For the longer distances I use a piece of cardboard to slide it around on by tipping it on an edge and dragging it. For the shorter distances I walk it. The key is just take your time.

Don't get me wrong though they are every bit of 196 lbs. I moved the XV15se by lifting and carrying so I could move them around the room pretty quickly. The V3600 doesn't move fast unless you have two people carrying it.

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They look good Hop, maybe you could post a few pics of them setup in their proper place in your room?
I will once I'm certain of their places. I thought I was certain but I was laying in bed and wondering if I could get things a little bit better by moving the new one to front of the room (right now I have them both in the two rear corners of the room).

But moving the sub to the front is almost a commitment because as I just posted... they don't move easily. Glad I have today off, I have a lot of work ahead of me. I'm just drinking my coffee so I can get started.
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2 V1800's.. that just sick. I have the room and don't have a WAF. Yet.. i still don't think i would do that. congrats to you. It must be awesome

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I will once I'm certain of their places. I thought I was certain but I was laying in bed and wondering if I could get things a little bit better by moving the new one to front of the room (right now I have them both in the two rear corners of the room).

But moving the sub to the front is almost a commitment because as I just posted... they don't move easily. Glad I have today off, I have a lot of work ahead of me. I'm just drinking my coffee so I can get started.
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Little bit of both except I used cardboard.

To be honest the most annoying thing about moving them is getting around all the furniture in the room. Travis is right though, they walk pretty well and the tall deign means you aren't really bending over that much. For the longer distances I use a piece of cardboard to slide it around on by tipping it on an edge and dragging it. For the shorter distances I walk it. The key is just take your time.

Don't get me wrong though they are every bit of 196 lbs. I moved the XV15se by lifting and carrying so I could move them around the room pretty quickly. The V3600 doesn't move fast unless you have two people carrying it.
Why aren't you using furniture sliders Hop??
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It's really not that difficult to move them around. And I'm too lazy to run to the store. I figured by the time I ran to the store and bought the sliders I would have the subs in place and running REW.

Anyway, Subs are in place and now I'm turning my attention to the 110sr's. These are some seriously heavy speakers. I must confess, they shocked me a little.

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It's really not that difficult to move them around. And I'm too lazy to run to the store. I figured by the time I ran to the store and bought the sliders I would have the subs in place and running REW.

Anyway, Subs are in place and now I'm turning my attention to the 110sr's. These are some seriously heavy speakers. I must confess, they shocked me a little.
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Do let us know how they do with the 210s
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When I got my first set of PSA subs (quad XS15s) and after sliding them around my living room for a couple weeks....I ended up going in for hernia surgery a month later.

I now own a couple sets of furniture sliders and the T-18s slide across the carpet like butter. The sliders cost about 1/1000th of what the surgery did. Just sayin'.
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I will but I have the 110's not the 210s. But I will definitely let you know.
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When I got my first set of PSA subs (quad XS15s) and after sliding them around my living room for a couple weeks....I ended up going in for hernia surgery a month later.

I now own a couple sets of furniture sliders and the T-18s slide across the carpet like butter. The sliders cost about 1/1000th of what the surgery did. Just sayin'.
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It's really not that difficult to move them around. And I'm too lazy to run to the store. I figured by the time I ran to the store and bought the sliders I would have the subs in place and running REW.

Anyway, Subs are in place and now I'm turning my attention to the 110sr's. These are some seriously heavy speakers. I must confess, they shocked me a little.

Yup! Since I'm living in a rental, hanging a 32 lbs (is that the correct weight?) scares me a little.

Nevertheless, share your thoughts on the Polk FXwhatever vs 110sr battle. That's one fun day off

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