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Just hooked up my SB1000 I got the other day and I'm amazed how great it sounds, very musical. I'm using it strictly for 2 channel. I have to find a permanent location for it. Here is a pic
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So my understanding is that with my normal size living room, kinda on the small side naturally, a pb-1000 even with a helper sub or whatever it's sad purpose is called, would cause it to drown out? Im thinking about the 20hz to 30hz range. So I probably won't see 100db for most of the frequency span or the 99db at 20hz.

I guess it comes down to the fact Ive never experienced a decent sub to room size ratio I suppose. & You guys are trying to help me achieve reference levels. That's where I'm gonna have to take a hit. Will I be completely devoid of any solid bass or just under the reference line?

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So my understanding is that with my normal size living room, kinda on the small side naturally, a pb-1000 even with a helper sub or whatever it's sad purpose is called, would cause it to drown out? Im thinking about the 20hz to 30hz range. So I probably won't see 100db for most of the frequency span or the 99db at 20hz.

I guess it comes down to the fact Ive never experienced a decent sub to room size ratio I suppose. & You guys are trying to help me achieve reference levels. That's where I'm gonna have to take a hit. Will I be completely devoid of any solid bass or just under the reference line?
What kind of sub do you have now? Fairly happy with it? For music or movies? Both? Accuracy a big concern? Can you make room for dual subs?
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Its a cheap package deal sub with not too shabby bass. Its a JBL SUB135. 100W RMS. 8inch down firing front ported. It is naturally enough to annoy my wife, and deliver some pleasing sonic frequencies when needed but by no means brag worthy. My avr supports 7.2 yes.

Aperion Audio 4t towers. Aperion Audio 5c center channel. Aperion Audio 4b rears. (In the market for me sub) Sony stn-1030.

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