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Well my PC12-NSD is gonna get here tomorrow. I wonder how much better it's gonna sound with 2 PCs? I'm gonna test some content I'm used to like Gravity, Tron, Star Wars ANH, and Peter Pan. <- yes there is some good LFE at the end.
Are you still keeping the Klipsch sub or are you getting rid of it all together. I would think the dual PC's are gonna put a big ole on your face.

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Are you still keeping the Klipsch sub or are you getting rid of it all together. I would think the dual PC's are gonna put a big ole on your face.
Gonna sell it as long as the 2nd NSD really impresses me. I have a 2nd TV downstairs but I am happy with it with the smaller system, the Polk CS10 and a PSW10 sub. Plus other Polk speakers. Very small but gets the job done in a small area. No need to put a big boomy sub in that small area.

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Well my PC12-NSD is gonna get here tomorrow. I wonder how much better it's gonna sound with 2 PCs? I'm gonna test some content I'm used to like Gravity, Tron, Star Wars ANH, and Peter Pan. <- yes there is some good LFE at the end.
Well, as someone who's owned a pair of these for about 6 years, you're gonna love it. I can't imagine going back to just one subwoofer now.
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Well, as someone who's owned a pair of these for about 6 years, you're gonna love it. I can't imagine going back to just one subwoofer now.

I'm trying to talk the wife into allowing me to buy a second PC-2000 to put on the opposite side of the the room from the current one. You know, to balance it out!


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Well, as someone who's owned a pair of these for about 6 years, you're gonna love it. I can't imagine going back to just one subwoofer now.
Well I already run 2. My second is a Klipsch RW12d but it only goes down to 23 vs. 18. So that second NSD will help make those sub 22hz feel more impactful. And hopefully also being the same sub, all the rest of the bass will be more tight and hard hitting. I want to hear it less and feel it more. That's the thought of adding a second NSD.

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I'm trying to talk the wife into allowing me to buy a second PC-2000 to put on the opposite side of the the room from the current one. You know, to balance it out!


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It will do more than balance it out it should increase the impact you feel. I will report back how 2 NSD's do. I run the subs on opposite ends in the corners which is supposed to "excite" bass. Which is fine, I just want to replace the cheaper more bloaty sub with a more high end matching sub. I hope I hear significant gains.

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