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If nothing else, it's worth a no-cost demo. And if you end up liking it, you're set.
If you can or want to spend a bit more, options include:
- the HSU VTF-2 MK4 (currently on sale for $529 + $67 shipping); and
- the very highly-rated Rythmik LV12R ($589, not sure if that includes shipping).
ProSub 800: $400 (SVS PB-1000)
Prosub1000: $500 (Rythmik LV12R)
SubperCube 2000: $600 (HSU VTF-2 MK4)
SubperCube 4000: $800 (PSA XV-15)
SubperCube 6000: $1000 (HSU VTF15H)
I wouldn't be wrong in saying Def Tech doesn't qualify as a sub if pitched against ID big boys. Choice is yours.
Anyone have any thoughts on the Super cube III? small 12'x12' room using a Marantz sr4002 with a pair of sm450's and clr2000 and was using a bic pl-200 sub but ran out of room? 8' wall and may update the fronts to bp10's at some point. I like the size of the super cube III less than 11"x11" but are the numbers they are listing correct? and would this be an upgrade?
Thanks for the information, the only problem with the 2 that you mentioned is the size? I think I read that the svs is as large as the pl-200 that I am more than satisfied with, but was just trying to get everything on that same wall as far as mains and sub
I am in a similar position as OP except I'd like a subwoofer recommendation under $400 (actually preferably under $300). I have the Definitive Tech 1000 as the Center, and the 800s for the other 4 speakers. My living room is also smaller.
Do you guys have any subwoofer recommendations?
I like some of the Def Tech speakers, but I agree their subs are overrated.
Music area: Magnepan 3.6, McIntosh MC2205 & C48, SVS SB13-Ultra, Oppo BDP 95 and assorted equipment.
Movie area: EMP Tek R5Bi, PSA XS30, Denon X2000, Oppo BDP 83.