I've got a basement room with a concrete floor. It is 20’ x 17’ with a 6.5’ ceiling. I need a sub primarily for TV and movies. I play the occasional video game, and I rarely listen to music on this setup. I like bass that is moderately loud, but I'm not looking to shake the entire house. I have a $600 budget. I already own a Denon AVR-1712 with Audyssey XT.
A friend of mine said you get the most bang for the buck with the Dayton DIY kits and that their speakers are really good, but I don't see many people mentioning them on here, so it makes me wonder. I've seen the VTF-2 recommended as a good bang for the buck, so I don't know which one I'm better off with.
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ed, I've already addressed your prior post (twice), but if you are wondering about a VtF2/4,
it will go lower than the Dayton Titanic sub kits for sale. If you budget is $600 then start off
with one VTF2/4, (I've owned one and it's a very good sub) with good output. Try some
aura bass shakers (about $40 ea) and see how you like them. If you need more bass in
the future, add a second VtF2/4. It will even out the bass in your room.