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post #1 of 4 Old 02-23-2012, 05:18 AM - Thread Starter
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I've got a room which is 13" x 15", my planned setup is this:

Mythos Six (front)
Mythos Seven (center)
Mythos Gem (rear)
ProSub 800
Yamaha RX-V671

I wonder if its worth upgrading the ProSub800 ($350) with a Supercube I ($875) or SVS SB12-NSD ($699). The usage would be 80% games and movie and 20% music.

The volume would be normally used low to medium, but I would be nice to have the option to pump it up when we feel for it.

If I upgrade, which do you think would match my roomsize and Mythos set best?

This picture is a bit inaccurate with the placement of the couch, but will give an idea of the room.
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Don't waste your money on a super cube. Get the SVS
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Supercube I was discontinued several months ago. At that time the SC I could be had for $500. Even so, the size of the SC I restricted overall output, and low bass extension. There are better choices.
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Is it a must for your sub to have a small footprint? What is your max budget?
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