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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.

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For a strict $500 budget the PB-1000 should be great. The other sub can help smooth out the response you just have to able to properly place them both.

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Try the PB-1000 and see if it works for the space. It may.

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But 500 is a rock solid figure.
With that budget you can get a great sub for your space, but will need to buy one used. That's slightly low even for the SVS Outlet Specials where for an extra $29 you could get a choice of slightly damaged SB12-NSDs in Charcoal .

Each of my like new SB-1000s cost $325 from a seller on auction site Audiogon. You can get occasionally get good deals on SVS subs including older models which still perform well on Craigslist and don't forget the AVS Forum Classifieds for Audio Gear.
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With that budget you can get a great sub for your space, but will need to buy one used. That's slightly low even for the SVS Outlet Specials where for an extra $29 you could get a choice of slightly damaged SB12-NSDs in Charcoal .

Each of my like new SB-1000s cost $325 from a seller on auction site Audiogon. You can get occasionally get good deals on SVS subs including older models which still perform well on Craigslist and don't forget the AVS Forum Classifieds for Audio Gear.
What happens to the warranty when you buy from a different seller or have aforementioned slight damage?
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What happens to the warranty when you buy from a different seller or have aforementioned slight damage?
I don't know in the case of buying from a private seller and don't see it addressed on the web site, but I believe that the original warranty transfers with the product. You should contact SVS, ask them and tell us the answer.

As it says in big letters at the top of the SVS Outlet Specials page, "EVEN BETTER VALUE, SAME AMAZING WARRANTY".

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What happens to the warranty when you buy from a different seller or have aforementioned slight damage?
I have just hooked and dialed in a new SB12-NSD from the outlet. Even though it was one of the $529 deals, the "damage" is almost invisible. Mine was one of the first, and so had less damage listed than the ones still up there, but the pictures show slight breakage int the screen holder cup. That is nothing. The grill still installs perfectly, and no one will ever see it.

I can't speak to the ability to fill your room plan, as I have mine in a very small bedroom. It is just lush and gorgeous bass, without making the shower stall doors rattle. Huge upgrade from the Polky 505 it replaced, and I really like the 505. I even enjoy the cliche; songs I didn't listen to very much are now sounding incredible.

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I don't know in the case of buying from a private seller and don't see it addressed on the web site, but I believe that the original warranty transfers with the product. You should contact SVS, ask them and tell us the answer.

As it says in bog letters at the top of the SVS Outlet Specials page, "EVEN BETTER VALUE, SAME AMAZING WARRANTY".
Noted. I was citing Audiogon purchases. The only issue with the upgrade to the 12 would be the WAF factor. Lol but its got my interest even though I'm going out on thin ice to buy a sub when the wife hates loud noises. (Am I correct to believe this is the case for most of us?) Lol.
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So today i poped in war of the worlds.the tom cruise version.I feel is the best version for sound.And as you all know i own the klipsch RF-7 II and the RC-64 II.And some of you do too and that's cool.But any who.I never really watched that film on my 3.0 setup yet.And i went to a part in the film when the robot's come's out of the ground for the first time.And the chruch is just ripped in half and the ground is all messed up.Let me tell you all.I played the scene on -10.00 dbs AND I JUST COULD NOT COULD NOT I MEAN COULD NOT EVEN LAST THAT LONG WITH THAT -10 .00 dbs On that sound level.While yes it SOUND'S AMAZING!!!!!! I just had to lower it because holy **** i thought i was going to damage the RF-7 II.iT WAS FOR SURE REFERENCE SOUND!!!And my parent's were not home so i had a blast i was thinking about uploading it to youtube.But idk about copy right law's.So yeah .The fact is really i dont own a svs pb13-ultra yet.And these speaker's sound LIKE I HAVE A NUKE IN MY BEDROOM.loland there so clear and warm and just wonderful on music and no matter what you listen on them there KICKASS!!!
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So today i poped in war of the worlds.the tom cruise version.I feel is the best version for sound.And as you all know i own the klipsch RF-7 II and the RC-64 II.And some of you do too and that's cool.But any who.I never really watched that film on my 3.0 setup yet.And i went to a part in the film when the robot's come's out of the ground for the first time.And the chruch is just ripped in half and the ground is all messed up.Let me tell you all.I played the scene on -10.00 dbs AND I JUST COULD NOT COULD NOT I MEAN COULD NOT EVEN LAST THAT LONG WITH THAT -10 .00 dbs On that sound level.While yes it SOUND'S AMAZING!!!!!! I just had to lower it because holy **** i thought i was going to damage the RF-7 II.iT WAS FOR SURE REFERENCE SOUND!!!And my parent's were not home so i had a blast i was thinking about uploading it to youtube.But idk about copy right law's.So yeah .The fact is really i dont own a svs pb13-ultra yet.And these speaker's sound LIKE I HAVE A NUKE IN MY BEDROOM.loland there so clear and warm and just wonderful on music and no matter what you listen on them there KICKASS!!!
Need to watch that movie as you know I'm just step bellow from RF-7II but dual Pluses can do job as well also so I need to try it.

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Need to watch that movie as you know I'm just step bellow from RF-7II but dual Pluses can do job as well also so I need to try it.
My friend you are going to have on hell of a ride with that setup.No joke like i said i dont own my surround back yet nor a svs sub or any subwoofer at the moment.Just a 3.0 setup for right now.And holy crap i felt like i was in a movie theater allready.Klipsch RF-7 II are REFERENCE SOUND.So glad i own these bad boy's.I want to get a few amp's for them.
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My friend you are going to have on hell of a ride with that setup.No joke like i said i dont own my surround back yet nor a svs sub or any subwoofer at the moment.Just a 3.0 setup for right now.And holy crap i felt like i was in a movie theater allready.Klipsch RF-7 II are REFERENCE SOUND.So glad i own these bad boy's.I want to get a few amp's for them.
Oh I hope I will, will let you know. Your set up is amazing, RF-7II have a big woofers so bass from those is not bad at all for sure. You will get to the point when big boy sub will put your set up to next level so as pair or pair's of surrounds. What kind of AVR do you have?

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Oh I hope I will, will let you know. Your set up is amazing, RF-7II have a big woofers so bass from those is not bad at all for sure. You will get to the point when big boy sub will put your set up to next level so as pair or pair's of surrounds. What kind of AVR do you have?
Right now i own a marantz SR7007.AV receiver.But it has the work's .It's marantz flagship receiver.It has 125 watts RMS ,Right now tho i have my RF-7 II BI-AMPED.I was told by klipsch and marantz that this should get me by for right now if i dont own a amplifier just yet.Not that the klipsch RF-7 II or RC-64 II NEED the power.Klipsch speaker and are not power hungry at all.Main reason why i bought them and the craftmenship on them are wonderful.Did you know klipsch is the only company in american that make there speakers still here in the good old USA.That make's me even happer that i own a product that is american stamped.I wish most of everythign we bought was made in america.Are american buck would be more stronger.But yeah,

What do you like about yoursetup.What stand's out most in your home theater setup the most.I been trying my best to save up the cash and buying a PB13-Ultra.I might just wait till winter time.Because i got alot of other thing's to do before the big beast show's up at my door step lol.and like you said and i agree with you the klipsch RF-7 II AND EVEN THE CENTER RC-64 II.Give off a really epic amount of nice bass,So that being said i might just buy my surround first then the PB13-Ultra last.We will see.I been saveing up the cash for about 5 or more month's now.I just been busy with paying bill's and student loan's.and i work a minmum wage job at the moment trying to get back into school.So yeah life get's in the way of my passion and more of a hobbie of home theater
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Right now i own a marantz SR7007.AV receiver.But it has the work's .It's marantz flagship receiver.It has 125 watts RMS ,Right now tho i have my RF-7 II BI-AMPED.I was told by klipsch and marantz that this should get me by for right now if i dont own a amplifier just yet.Not that the klipsch RF-7 II or RC-64 II NEED the power.Klipsch speaker and are not power hungry at all.Main reason why i bought them and the craftmenship on them are wonderful.Did you know klipsch is the only company in american that make there speakers still here in the good old USA.That make's me even happer that i own a product that is american stamped.I wish most of everythign we bought was made in america.Are american buck would be more stronger.But yeah,

What do you like about yoursetup.What stand's out most in your home theater setup the most.I been trying my best to save up the cash and buying a PB13-Ultra.I might just wait till winter time.Because i got alot of other thing's to do before the big beast show's up at my door step lol.and like you said and i agree with you the klipsch RF-7 II AND EVEN THE CENTER RC-64 II.Give off a really epic amount of nice bass,So that being said i might just buy my surround first then the PB13-Ultra last.We will see.I been saveing up the cash for about 5 or more month's now.I just been busy with paying bill's and student loan's.and i work a minmum wage job at the moment trying to get back into school.So yeah life get's in the way of my passion and more of a hobbie of home theater
We have similar receivers your receiver is like my Denon X4000. Like you said Klipsch speakers are very easy to drive so in your case external amp will be last thing on the list ( at least for me). If I'm you I will get first surrounds and then sub all before external amp. Surrounds is definitely very important add to the HT system so as a good sub.
In your case I will get surrounds sooner then sub, it is cheaper and your towers can do fine without sub for some time.But maybe you will find a good deal on sub and all can change quickly .
It is hard to tell what stand's out most. If I watch action movie or listen Rock music subs stand's out for sure. On other movies when is not that much bass used 5 speaker set is nice to have. I like whole thing as package, definitely dual SVS sub are a huge Plus so i don't need to push any bass from towers. Whole package now match perfect!!!!
I'm still looking in future to add front heights and another surrounds pair, so I will need some extra amp.
I like (EmotivaXPA-3) it will do nice work with 3 main speakers. I want to hook it to my towers and center and then rest of the speakers will drive Denon.
Cheaper option will be to have extra amp just for maybe front heights and rest driven from receiver but I like idea of Emotiva XPA-3 to drive towers and center more, not sure if will give me any benefits or not.
But for now I'm set only if I will see some good deal I will jump on it but some other things needs to be done first before my HT will grow more .

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Four SVS PB13-ULTRA install

Not sure if you guys had seen the four PB13-Ultras I just installed in my 12 seat cinema in NZ.


I did the EQ today for my four PB13-Ultras. Ed Mullen from SVS suggested I try a front placement of two placed to the side walls and the other two at 1/3 placements.The four subs must be spot on with Eds suggestion, the audio is “out of this world”
The bass over all 12 seats is really even, difficult to achieve with just one sub. It’s hard to describe and put into words, but the bass is very refined, even, sophisticated and elegant are how I would now describe it. But the power within the room is astronomical to say the least!
When required, the four PB13-Ultras go DEEP like I have never heard before, for movies they are explosive and in parts almost frightening!
The overall bass within the room is never tiring, its remarkable and beautiful to listen to. I’m going back over all my Blurays and discovering wonderful bass like never before. There is no sense of bloated, boomy or crude sounding bass, clean is me best description.
It was a gamble….. I never knew what the four PB13Us might sound like compared to the one I had been running for the last month. All I can say it’s well worth going the extra mile if you can, two subs is better than one, and four is better still!
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I've owned a decent Aperion system the last few years and then my sub (10d) died on me.

I'm wondering if uou guys could help me finalize a decision on a sub...

I've spent all day and night so far researching and have come rest at the SVS PB-1000.

I read this link and some of Jim Wilson's reviews as well.

http://www.audioholics.com/how-to-sh...woofer-roundup

Anything hit the markets recently I should know about? Or am I good with this choice.

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The pb1000 will be fine in a 2500 cubic foot room dude unless you have crazy expectations or are a bass head. I'm sure the friendly guys at svs would tell u the same, especially considering your set in stone budget. Plus u said you have a baby on the way? So that's two plus years where you likely won't be able to crank things up anyway (depending on where your HT is).
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Not sure if you guys had seen the four PB13-Ultras I just installed in my 12 seat cinema in NZ.


I did the EQ today for my four PB13-Ultras. Ed Mullen from SVS suggested I try a front placement of two placed to the side walls and the other two at 1/3 placements.The four subs must be spot on with Eds suggestion, the audio is “out of this world”
The bass over all 12 seats is really even, difficult to achieve with just one sub. It’s hard to describe and put into words, but the bass is very refined, even, sophisticated and elegant are how I would now describe it. But the power within the room is astronomical to say the least!
When required, the four PB13-Ultras go DEEP like I have never heard before, for movies they are explosive and in parts almost frightening!
The overall bass within the room is never tiring, its remarkable and beautiful to listen to. I’m going back over all my Blurays and discovering wonderful bass like never before. There is no sense of bloated, boomy or crude sounding bass, clean is me best description.
It was a gamble….. I never knew what the four PB13Us might sound like compared to the one I had been running for the last month. All I can say it’s well worth going the extra mile if you can, two subs is better than one, and four is better still!
Ok just a question that may be stupid Why are the ports on the opposite side??

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The pb1000 will be fine in a 2500 cubic foot room dude unless you have crazy expectations or are a bass head. I'm sure the friendly guys at svs would tell u the same, especially considering your set in stone budget. Plus u said you have a baby on the way? So that's two plus years where you likely won't be able to crank things up anyway (depending on where your HT is).
Similar situation here....but just upgraded to dual PB-2000s, and I like to listen at very high volumes. Baby #1 on the way so I'm getting as much use out of everything now while I can!!
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Not sure if you guys had seen the four PB13-Ultras I just installed in my 12 seat cinema in NZ.


I did the EQ today for my four PB13-Ultras. Ed Mullen from SVS suggested I try a front placement of two placed to the side walls and the other two at 1/3 placements.The four subs must be spot on with Eds suggestion, the audio is “out of this world”
The bass over all 12 seats is really even, difficult to achieve with just one sub. It’s hard to describe and put into words, but the bass is very refined, even, sophisticated and elegant are how I would now describe it. But the power within the room is astronomical to say the least!
When required, the four PB13-Ultras go DEEP like I have never heard before, for movies they are explosive and in parts almost frightening!
The overall bass within the room is never tiring, its remarkable and beautiful to listen to. I’m going back over all my Blurays and discovering wonderful bass like never before. There is no sense of bloated, boomy or crude sounding bass, clean is me best description.
It was a gamble….. I never knew what the four PB13Us might sound like compared to the one I had been running for the last month. All I can say it’s well worth going the extra mile if you can, two subs is better than one, and four is better still!
Amazing set up!!!! I saw you pictures on FB when cchunter find his great picture oh his speakers and sub on SVS FB and send us a link.
What I can say is just WOW, enjoy tour new subs!!!!

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Similar situation here....but just upgraded to dual PB-2000s, and I like to listen at very high volumes. Baby #1 on the way so I'm getting as much use out of everything now while I can!!
Congrats. Yea get in as much as you can now. We are working on #2 right now, so I too am enjoying as much as I can. You will figure out ways in the first few years, when baby and mommy are at the grocery store, bday parties, etc, perfect time to throw on a loud movie.
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Similar situation here....but just upgraded to dual PB-2000s, and I like to listen at very high volumes. Baby #1 on the way so I'm getting as much use out of everything now while I can!!
This is like mine story. My wife is pregnat first baby on the way so I want to enjoy as much as I can now .
Congrats to both!!!

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