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Looking to replace my current sub with a sub to complement my main speakers. I don't want boomy. I want tight accurate musical bass.

Room size is 18x14x12.
Budget under 600
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Rythmik LV12R ($589, shipped)
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Also consider the Hsu VTF2 mk4. With a Q control and variable tuning, it has more methods to fight boominess than other subs.
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

Rythmik LV12R ($589, shipped)

+1 This would be my choice!
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