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Has anyone compared these two with each other? These seem to be a toss up... With a nod to the Rythmik for price of course. Just curious if you set price aside, which would have more output and or extension?

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It is different class.

I have tested the F15HP against SB13 before. While the F15HP has bigger surface area, the SB13 produces better punch and the bass quality is notably better. Initially, I thought of replacing the SB13 with it for movie. However, for serious hi-fi listening, the F15HP is faster and slightly more accurate.

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Thanks for the response! I was just wondering how their sealed design measured up against each other... The E15 and the SB13. The E15 is a few hundo cheaper, but has more a larger woofer and more real estate. The SVS has a much larger amp.
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Has anyone compared these two with each other? These seem to be a toss up... With a nod to the Rythmik for price of course. Just curious if you set price aside, which would have more output and or extension?
Mike

I've not used either, but the only thing I'd toss in beyond the obvious differences (cost, warranty, general specs) is that the SB13U has some interesting features to help integrate it into any system. If you're planning on using it with a modern AVR, it doesn't make a difference. OTOH, adjustable high pass filters (frequency and slope), two channels of PEQ, etc could come in handy in some situations.
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