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post #1 of 2 Old 02-20-2013, 06:23 AM - Thread Starter
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I own the DT. Oftentimes I feel like its too boomy. It hits low but seems mostly like it just rumbles. Don't know if this is due to shortcomings of the sub or maybe the program material- TV and movies. I was looking and can get the Pinnacle sub for a good price and was thinking that its sealed design may offer tighter sound- tighter and more accurate is more important to me than a little bit deeper. Would the Pinnacle fit the bill or is my current sub just as good or better with the problems lying elsewhere? If this is a lateral move I won't bother. Thanks.
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I have the Baby Boomer. I feel the Baby Boomer is good, tight and accurate best suited for music. IMO its not great for hitting those big LFEs in movies. Mine was bottoming out so I added and old Yamaha sub to the mix to help the baby boomer out.
By itself with just music its great.

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