Upgrade Klipsch KSW-10 sub to Hsu VTF@-MK4 or Klipsh KW-10 (newegg) - AVS Forum
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post #1 of 3 Old 07-25-2012, 11:32 AM - Thread Starter
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Hey

Just got new speakers (paradigm studio 60s) and looking to upgrade my sub from a KSW-10

Very large room (18x25), main focus is music, although this will be part of HT setup.

Btw price btw these two is not really a concern unless the performance difference btw the two is minimal. then I want to cheaper one.

Any thoughts between these two and on how much of an upgrade from my current sub this will be would be appreciated.

Plan to crossover at 60 max right now, but I suppose that could change.

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The VTF2 (I assume you mean VTF2) will be a substantial upgrade from your current sub. I also assume you mean the Klipsch RW-12d instead of the KW-10 since you said newegg. I haven't heard the RW-12d, but I am certain the VTF2 has deeper extension, and can be made to sound tighter thanks for the Q control and manual tuning. I have no doubt the VTF2 is better, but I don't know how much better.
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