Originally Posted by JimWilson
Dual RW12-d's would have more total output which, given your situation is a good thing, but the LV12R will go deeper and play cleaner. Is one of them sufficient for that much space?
That's why I like the SVS, PC-12 NSD, because of the column design, it goes lower than other subs in it's price class but folks don't like the look of the column and give up depth of output by looking at other box shaped subwoofer solutions; form over function. In the end, even though they don't want the PC-12 NSD, they do want what it has to offer.
Enters the conundrum of getting what one wants, at a price they can afford, when what they want costs three or four times what they want to or they're able to spend. And there's nothing wrong with wanting to do that. The conundrum is, it's not realistic and disappointingly, qualifies as wishful thinking. That's why, with room gain, I like the idea of three PSA, XS15's, for what it does to quality of reproduced subwoofer sound. In my opinion, at minimum, folks want the sound quality of three PSA, XS15's and they want it all in a single, small, unobtrusive, box solution for less than five hundred dollars which meets with the wife's approval and sadly, it's just not going happen.
Enters the slippery armed animal, like a tenacious octopus, called compromise.