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post #1 of 10 Old 01-24-2013, 07:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi I am in Australia and I am pretty confident in my choice of getting the rythmik FV15HP. SVS seems to not have the same markup as other products do though which makes me wonder whether I would be better off getting one of their products. It will be mainly be used for electronic music. The pricing is as follows:
1. Rythmik FV15HP $1750.00
2. SVS PB12 Plus $1999.00
3. SVS SB13 Ultra $1999.00

At these prices what would peoples recommendations be?
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You are making yourself crazy...

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hahahaha I am already crazy
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With $2000 I would go with dual HSU VTF15H. Two of these will destroy any of the ones you listed on their own.

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The OP is located in Australia, two VTF15Hs would cost him more then $2000.

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With $2000 I would go with dual HSU VTF15H. Two of these will destroy any of the ones you listed on their own.

I had originally decided on the HSU VTF15H but there is no Australian distributor and I am not interested in shipping them overseas incase of a faulty product.
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With $2000 I would go with dual HSU VTF15H. Two of these will destroy any of the ones you listed on their own.

I guess it depends on your definition of destroy... Two VTF15H certainly won't dig deeper than the FV15HP:rolleyes:

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I guess it depends on your definition of destroy... Two VTF15H certainly won't dig deeper than the FV15HP:rolleyes:

Yeah, destroy is a pretty bad choice of words. You may get a smoother response and a little more SPL but like you said they won't dig lower.
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Is the F15 available ? Two of that would be wicked, may not be as strong as the FV15hp, but you would have stereo subs.
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Is the F15 available ? Two of that would be wicked, may not be as strong as the FV15hp, but you would have stereo subs.

I am just going to get the one sub now and upgrade to dual subs in the future
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