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Old 02-19-2014, 08:53 PM - Thread Starter
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I have two used subwoofers I am looking at. The PC12-Plus for $600 or the FV15 for $850. I am moving soon and don't have my room locked in yet. However most of the houses we have looked at have vaulted ceilings and open to the kitchen and dining area. I don't think I would call the rooms very large but would classify them as large. I am purchasing a pair of Ascend Acoustics sierra towers as soon as I move in. In about a year I would purchase a second of whatever sub I end up with.

Any thoughts on these? Even a suggestion for another used sub to keep an eye out for would be great. I have decided I want to buy what I can used and feel like I should maybe jump on one of these deals. I would love to find some used sierra towers but they don't come up often.

Thanks for any help.
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If the PC-12+ has a sledge amp I would go for that one. If the FV15 is the HP model then go this route.

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These are both the weaker versions. The SVS has the 525 BASH amp and the Rythmik is not the HP model.
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^^ Just want to let you know since you are adding a second one in the future that Rythmik had discontinued the FV15 and only now have the HP version.
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^^ Just want to let you know since you are adding a second one in the future that Rythmik had discontinued the FV15 and only now have the HP version.

I saw this also. I would try to find another rythmik or just blend with the HP version.
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You could blend with the HP...or I am sure Brian would sell you a amp/driver to upgrade it in the future if need be.

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