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I'm putting together a media room that is about to be drywalled and is approx 18'x20' with 8' ceilings. I currently
have a PSB T6's for L & R, PSB Imagine center speaker, and 2 PSB B5 for surrounds (may add 2 more B5's for 7.1).

I've read a lot about these 2 along with the HSU 15" (forget model#) and narrowed it down to these 2. I currently have a lower end Velodyne 10" that sounds ok, but really wanted to go up to a 15" to get that super low bass that you feel and blows you away with movies along with music. Does the Rhythmik 15" get lower than the SVS? Or is it negligible? Probably about 60% movies, 40% music use. All of this driven by a Denon AVR-4311CI.

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I'm putting together a media room that is about to be drywalled and is approx 18'x20' with 8' ceilings. I currently
have a PSB T6's for L & R, PSB Imagine center speaker, and 2 PSB B5 for surrounds (may add 2 more B5's for 7.1).
I've read a lot about these 2 along with the HSU 15" (forget model#) and narrowed it down to these 2. I currently have a lower end Velodyne 10" that sounds ok, but really wanted to go up to a 15" to get that super low bass that you feel and blows you away with movies along with music. Does the Rhythmik 15" get lower than the SVS? Or is it negligible? Probably about 60% movies, 40% music use. All of this driven by a Denon AVR-4311CI.
Thoughts?? Opinins??
Thanks in advance,
Rob

fv15hp-w/out a doubt and i own an svs pc13u. i will say that this is somewhat of an apple/oranges comparison though, unless your price pointing those two.
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fv15hp-w/out a doubt and i own an svs pc13u. i will say that this is somewhat of an apple/oranges comparison though, unless your price pointing those two.
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Yeah, since price is close I've read their close in performance. Maybe not??

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I'm on the Buy it Now page for the Rhythmik! Any last opinions for the SVS???


Product Quantity Price Amount
FV15HP black oak grain finish with black cone driver and H600PEQ3 amplifier and multi-tune 1,274.00 1,274.00
All prices are in US Dollars Subtotal 1,274.00
Shipping 0.00
Tax 0.00
TOTAL 1,274.00

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