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post #1 of 6 Old 12-05-2004, 09:04 PM - Thread Starter
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I currently have a full Klipsch Reference system, 6.1 for my home theater. The sub is one of the few properly working original LF10's. I would like to upgrade my sub to something with better, tighter, stronger bass. I feel the LF10 is a bit under powered and too boomy for my taste.

I am going to upgrade all speakers in a year, so, I am going away from Klipsch in the future. I will be getting much more powerful speakers but want to get a better sub now. However, I still would like to get a sub that will match well with my current setup.

I would like toget a sub with a built in or included EQ. I was looking at the Sunfire True EQ, Velodyne DD12, or possibly other models similar in size/quality. What does everybody think?

My room dimensions are, 16x16x20...very high vaulted ceilings with hardwood floors.


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The SVS PC Ultra meets you criteria as well. Mine blends quite well with my Klipsch speakers. It would have plenty of oomph for your size room.

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"I will be getting much more powerful speakers"

What do you mean by this?

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I have the Klipsch Reference Series and I just bought the SVS PB12 Ultra/2 and I just love it. I was going to buy the HSU TN1220 or the PB12 Plus/2 but finally had to "bite" the bullet and I got the Ultra. I'm listening to it now and it is awesome. My RSW-15 was good but a bit "boomy" and didn't seem to have the lows that I was looking for. Well, I can hear and feel the new lows, even though I guess you can't hear below 25 Hz or whatever as I am not an expert but this sub is VERY NICE. I moved the RSW-15 upstairs and I like it up there alot because we tend to watch the Weather Channel, Fox News, etc. so it serves its purpose even though it sounds good when I crank up Channel 819 Classic Rock when I am doing my thing upstairs.
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The Weather Channel with an RSW-15 Sub???? WOW....you da man :D

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It want be long until I will have the Weather Channel in HD with DD 5.1 and a RSW-15 sub, WOW!!!
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