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post #1 of 4 Old 08-02-2012, 02:13 PM - Thread Starter
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I just made the purchase and I am awaiting the eq-max 15 arrival, does anyone know anything about it or own it? I seen the audioholic review but nothing really in depth just wanted your opinion.

Is this a good buy for less than 6 and how would you rate it compared to others in the 600-800 price range?

The room is small 11x10 so it will be on a lower setting and I watch movies mostly occasionally listen to music. I like loud but clean bass that wont get muffled.
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Other than it will take up a 1/3 of your small room it will be crazy loud if you want it to. It doesn't have much output below 30hz which for some is important, others not so much.

Compared to the ID brands touted here it lacks output below 30hz as stated but will certainly keep up with them in the mid-range 40-60hz or so. Lots of output if needed.

My room is 13x14 and wouldn't want a sub that big with furniture, tv, stand, speakers, media cabinet etc... but if it fits for you then enjoy.smile.gif

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Yes my room is deigned just for home theater gear so I think I could accommodate even in such a small space. I recently purchased a Polk Audio 660 and for some reason I'm not to fond of the bass it puts out, its not as good as I expected so I hope this one will make up for it, I was gonna go with 2 of the same subs with my SC57 however I decided just to put the money for one really good sub plus it wont take up as much space.

Do you or anyone else think the new Samsung es8000 is better than last years d8000 in picture quality area, that's my only concern, would I be upgrading.
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Do you or anyone else think the new Samsung es8000 is better than last years d8000 in picture quality area, that's my only concern, would I be upgrading.

Hopefully you've checked in the LCD forum for this.

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