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Have you made a decision in the LFE department yet?
Originally Posted by Bluescale View Post

Not true at all. I can be pretty obsessive, especially once I start taking measurements. My upgraditus has been mostly in the realm of video, and has been greatly hampered by my desire to be fiscally responsible. I've been itching to upgrade my audio components for some time, but measuring and understanding the video shortcomings was easier for me, so it came first.

Now I'm fairly satisfied with my video chain (for the time being), and it's time to focus on audio. I have a lot to learn, however. My sub is the weakest link, so I'm starting there.

You missed the part about DIY not being an option
. I know this is minimal DIY, and I appreciate the creative suggestions. It's not a route I plan to go at this time.

Only DIY about this is dropping a speaker into a hole.
Originally Posted by Bluescale View Post

The F15HP is near the top of my list. Within budget, I could only get 1, and I'm not convinced 1 will out perform two Empires. With a little work, I think I could get two Empires flat to ~20 Hz. I don't think I could do that with any single sub.

A single sealed LMS would do 20Hz with authority.
Originally Posted by keager View Post

If your interested, pm me. I'm in oregon and have quite the setup for sale just under your budget.

Keager! You trying to offload your FP14K man! I got my eye on

Blue, if Keager is willing to sell his LMS / PR setup I know you would be in for a treat!
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