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post #61 of 67 Old 07-31-2013, 05:09 AM
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Ed, thanks for stepping up on the side of the customer. Although you weren't obligated to replace the amp, I'm happy to see that you recognize a faulty part and and have the customers' back on this. Good job. smile.gif
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SVS is the industry standard in quality performance and customer service, glad OP was taken care.
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Kudos to SVS. Their outstanding customer support is one reason why I have 3 of their subs.
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I'm wondering we're should I set my svs pb13 ultra at 80hz or what ?
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I'm wondering we're should I set my svs pb13 ultra at 80hz or what ?

Crossover depends on -3dB point of your speakers. For an HT application; setting it half an octave above the -3dB point of your speakers is a good start. If you feel you're having weak bass; raise the crossover.

80Hz is not a de facto; you can choose any value based on your speakers and room acoustics. Also, it's better to use bass management in the AVR and bypass LPF on the sub.

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I'm quite late to this thread but would like to add that...

I've been completely impressed with SVS customer service and their product after purchasing a full 5.1 system from them
Full tower mains, center, and 2 satellite speakers as well as a pb-12nsd

I fully will be upgrading the pb-12 for an ultra before my 1 year is up in the next few months, right after I get enough money saved again after the holidays.

This system will be used in my dedicated home theater. I cant wait to feel the power of the big boy.

I will continue to support and buy svs products in the future!
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Crossover depends on -3dB point of your speakers. For an HT application; setting it half an octave above the -3dB point of your speakers is a good start. If you feel you're having weak bass; raise the crossover.

80Hz is not a de facto; you can choose any value based on your speakers and room acoustics. Also, it's better to use bass management in the AVR and bypass LPF on the sub.
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