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You really like cables, eh? Don't get me wrong, I have BJC sub cables just for the quality, and I forget/don't care 12g copper speaker wire. HDMI is el cheapo mono price slim...just for the really short HDMI plug to gain clearance to the rear of my equipment.

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Looks like they lowered the price on most outlet subs by $50!
Looks like I should have waited a week. I could have saved $50. Oh we'll.. On the bright side, I received a virgin sub, and we all know, how good a thing that is
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You really like cables, eh? Don't get me wrong, I have BJC sub cables just for the quality, and I forget/don't care 12g copper speaker wire. HDMI is el cheapo mono price slim...just for the really short HDMI plug to gain clearance to the rear of my equipment.
yeah I make those cables .. sorry I was just playing around with the site trying to figure out how to upload a picture... its more difficult to do now ..


some people like a nice looking set of cables... especially the thick stuff... much nicer than zip cord don't you think...


its is also a premium type cable with 350 strands in a 50 x 7 bundle formation.. with pure ofc!


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You really like cables, eh? Don't get me wrong, I have BJC sub cables just for the quality, and I forget/don't care 12g copper speaker wire. HDMI is el cheapo mono price slim...just for the really short HDMI plug to gain clearance to the rear of my equipment.
yeah I make those cables .. sorry I was just playing around with the site trying to figure out how to upload a picture... its more difficult to do now ..


some people like a nice looking set of cables... especially the thick stuff... much nicer than zip cord don't you think...


its is also a premium type cable with 350 strands in a 50 x 7 bundle formation.. with pure ofc!


cheers
Nah, they aren't important to me...I prefer not to see them at all if possible, so what they look like does not matter at all to me personally. Basically, I want good quality while keeping the cost as low as possible. I have quite a lot tied up in my sub cables...almost $100 but I have three cables totaling over 50' length. And speaker cable is just inexpensive 12 gauge copper..even that is probably over kill.

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You really like cables, eh? Don't get me wrong, I have BJC sub cables just for the quality, and I forget/don't care 12g copper speaker wire. HDMI is el cheapo mono price slim...just for the really short HDMI plug to gain clearance to the rear of my equipment.
yeah I make those cables .. sorry I was just playing around with the site trying to figure out how to upload a picture... its more difficult to do now ..


some people like a nice looking set of cables... especially the thick stuff... much nicer than zip cord don't you think...


its is also a premium type cable with 350 strands in a 50 x 7 bundle formation.. with pure ofc!


cheers
Nah, they aren't important to me...I prefer not to see them at all if possible, so what they look like does not matter at all to me personally. Basically, I want good quality while keeping the cost as low as possible. I have quite a lot tied up in my sub cables...almost $100 but I have three cables totaling over 50' length. And speaker cable is just inexpensive 12 gauge copper..even that is probably over kill.


lots of nice 2 channel systems speakers wires cables are exposed completely so hopefully there is still a need for the cable maker!!!!


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ps nice surround cables are always a good thing too..
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Speaking of which, I hope to have my surrounds up and running in August...yes, sadly, I only have 3.1 currently.

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Very nice price drop in SVS outlet section and a lot of options, time for guys who looking to upgrade or put trigger on first SVS sub nice to safe little more for amazing subs!!!!

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Very nice price drop in SVS outlet section and a lot of options, time for guys who looking to upgrade or put trigger on first SVS sub nice to safe little more for amazing subs!!!!
Thanks for the info. Have been following the outlet for a while but not in the last few weeks.
Just picked a couple from the outlet for my first true subs ever. Excited. Dual PB 12 Plus. Great price!!!
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Hi guys, so my pb-2000 is waiting for me at home. It is replacing a bic F-12. Would it be a bad idea to run the svs and bic in a dual setup? I want dual subs, however it's hard to spend that kind of cash.
Also what about a pb-1000 with the 2000?
The bic is no slouch and fills my room nicely with pretty good bass, so im hoping the svs will be miles beyond that.
Also do i need to break the svs in at lower volumes at first? I don't want to push it too hard and break it.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
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Hi guys, so my pb-2000 is waiting for me at home. It is replacing a bic F-12. Would it be a bad idea to run the svs and bic in a dual setup? I want dual subs, however it's hard to spend that kind of cash.
Also what about a pb-1000 with the 2000?
The bic is no slouch and fills my room nicely with pretty good bass, so im hoping the svs will be miles beyond that.
Also do i need to break the svs in at lower volumes at first? I don't want to push it too hard and break it.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
I had an F12. The PB1000 is miles ahead of the F12. It would only serve to make the PB1000 sound bad to play them together.
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I cant wait to get my new PB13-ULTRA in a few more week's.I am trying to think on what side of my house i should have it delivered at lol because i have stair's alot of them on both side's of my house.So no matter what i am going to be HULKING it up and or down stiar's lol.
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Hi guys, so my pb-2000 is waiting for me at home. It is replacing a bic F-12. Would it be a bad idea to run the svs and bic in a dual setup? I want dual subs, however it's hard to spend that kind of cash.
Also what about a pb-1000 with the 2000?
The bic is no slouch and fills my room nicely with pretty good bass, so im hoping the svs will be miles beyond that.
Also do i need to break the svs in at lower volumes at first? I don't want to push it too hard and break it.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
Try with both and see if it helps or hurts.

As for break in, none is needed. Plug it in and blast away.

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I always break in speakers, a day is good enough- just to loosen up the surround. Just play music (which is less demanding) before watching movies.

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My second Pb12-nsd is breaking in as we speak. Not even dialed in yet, haven't run audyssey yet, got the music on -30db... without even cranking it up or running things hot, can already tell a huge difference. The downside, I am hearing rattles I didn't hear when I just had the one, playin at -10db and running the sub 3db hot

Can't wait til these 10 hours pass and I can put on the pod scene in War of the Worlds and crank things up.
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My second Pb12-nsd is breaking in as we speak. Not even dialed in yet, haven't run audyssey yet, got the music on -30db... without even cranking it up or running things hot, can already tell a huge difference. The downside, I am hearing rattles I didn't hear when I just had the one, playin at -10db and running the sub 3db hot

Can't wait til these 10 hours pass and I can put on the pod scene in War of the Worlds and crank things up.
They (subs, speakers) don't need any break in. Why wait 10 hours? I cranked the **** out of mine the minute I got it setup.

All you're doing is wasting valuable movie watching, bass slammin time.

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My second Pb12-nsd is breaking in as we speak. Not even dialed in yet, haven't run audyssey yet, got the music on -30db... without even cranking it up or running things hot, can already tell a huge difference. The downside, I am hearing rattles I didn't hear when I just had the one, playin at -10db and running the sub 3db hot

Can't wait til these 10 hours pass and I can put on the pod scene in War of the Worlds and crank things up.
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I cant wait to get my new PB13-ULTRA in a few more week's.I am trying to think on what side of my house i should have it delivered at lol because i have stair's alot of them on both side's of my house.So no matter what i am going to be HULKING it up and or down stiar's lol.
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They (subs, speakers) don't need any break in. Why wait 10 hours? I cranked the **** out of mine the minute I got it setup.

All you're doing is wasting valuable movie watching, bass slammin time.
I've heard both sides, I always like to err on the side of caution though, lol.

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I recommend small white furniture pads for all kitchen cupboards. (well, color to match your color). You can get larger ones and cut out smaller bits for them.. I like the furniture pads because they really stay on well.. the adhesive on them is bionic.
Thanks for the tip. For now it seems like some picture frames in the next room and some things in my son's closet, but I know how this works, you treat two things and four more things pop up.
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yeah, the furniture pads work great for most wall hangings also.. unless it's some metal frame sculpture.

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Thanks for the info. Have been following the outlet for a while but not in the last few weeks.
Just picked a couple from the outlet for my first true subs ever. Excited. Dual PB 12 Plus. Great price!!!
Oh really great !!!! You are welcome I received email from SVS so I feel like to posted here.Congrats to your new dual subs !!!! I have dual PC12-Pluses and they are pretty amazing, You will love them.

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Thanks for the info. Have been following the outlet for a while but not in the last few weeks.
Just picked a couple from the outlet for my first true subs ever. Excited. Dual PB 12 Plus. Great price!!!
If this is your first "real sub" then you are in for a treat my man!!...Especially DUALS?...WOW!
I have a single PB12+ and a Funk FW15.2....The PB12+ was my first "real sub" and that unit got me hooked reading forums like this....I set my unit up in 20hz mode (no plugs) for the first few months and totally enjoyed every moment....My kid's were in college @ the time and put their "house music" and "dubstep" to test it out and were floored!!...They got me into Skrillex and a couple other challenging types of groups and this sub doesn't miss a beat!..
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has anyone here ever seen the cea-2010 max burst data


for the sb13u or the pc12 plus...


maybe looking at that might help me decide what subs to buy..


Jack at svs said he would email it to me yesterday .. but later said he's is waiting on some updated data.. .......


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If only you bought 12 SB Ultra 13 's. Four for LFE, four for left, four for right.

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congrats on the new sub .. lets us know how it sounds for you.. is it for 2 channel or ht or both?
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congrats on the new sub .. lets us know how it sounds for you.. is it for 2 channel or ht or both?
It's for a 2 channel that are active monitors (Swan M200MKIII). It helps the speakers since the preout have a 80hz high frequency filter built into the sub. So far the sound is excellent for music as it's very fast and tight. As for movies, when I tried it on Avatar it played the sounds nice and clear but without much house shaking factor to it like a ported sub which can play the very low frequency at a higher dB. SVS did say the SB and PB were marketed to 2 different groups of people. SB for music and PB for movies. I'm 90% music so it was my best option for my budget. Playing Battlefield 4 where there are shots fired or explosions the sound is amazing. Goes much lower and clearer than my old Altec Lansing 2.1 I had and even the M200MKIII by themselves. The only downside I had was the RCA ports are a bit close to each other so my RCA plugs were touching each other which isn't really a problem and the grill isn't practical because it's big and might affect sound quality because it's made out of metal.

The spider on the sub still feels a bit hard to me so I'll let it run in a bit before I can say how good this subwoofer really is.
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If only you bought 12 SB Ultra 13 's. Four for LFE, four for left, four for right.

Regretting that decision?
Lol $20 grand in subs?

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get a pair of paradigm sub 2s for that money...
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