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post #21301 of 21316 Old 05-01-2015, 06:10 PM
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Need help.

I had a svs pc 12 nsd dsp, sorry to say, I sold it

That sub gave me years of happiness, as iin Interstellar where really shattered/ rattled my furniture, my curtains started to dance along with that lfe

Now I am doing dual sub. Two pc 2000. Brand new as of this week.

They are in each corner at the same wall as my telly.

They dont have any bass at all

They are both set excactly as my old pc 12. Twelve o clock output, same phase, lfe. Same input sockét, same sub cables. No bass or lfe.

Dont know what to do. Have run ypao on my yamaha 2030 several times


pb2k here on Denon 4100 and it cranked to ~3:00. Anything less was inaudible. Before I had the Denon it was on a yamaha and I had similar issues as you.


sb2k on a Denon 4000 and also at 3:00 ish.


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make sure crossovers are all at 80 in ypao
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What speakers are these? They look amazing.
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Those look good too, but I meant the ones with the cherry finish and the cool tweeter
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Those look good too, but I meant the ones with the cherry finish and the cool tweeter
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which sub do you have? Im quite surprised you get such a negative sub trim at 12 o'clock if you have a pb2000
It's The PC-2000.
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At three in the afternoon now.

Yes, now my pc 2000 sounds the way they should!

Even a movie like the voices / ryan reynolds now is pleasant with proper lfe, and them songs at the endcredits sounded so nice with rich and full bass. Mini at 80 hz.
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Those look good too, but I meant the ones with the cherry finish and the cool tweeter
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While everyone's posting pics, I added another..

Graph is with 2 subs, I had a similar response with the single sub but should have gained some headroom.
Purple - Audyssey OFF
Green - Audyssey ON Dynamic EQ OFF
Yellow - Audyssey ON Dynamic EQ ON

I still have a PB12+ tucked away behind the sofa as well, but I doubt I will ever use it as running a ported with two sealed could prove problematic.
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While everyone's posting pics, I added another..

Graph is with 2 subs, I had a similar response with the single sub but should have gained some headroom.
Purple - Audyssey OFF
Green - Audyssey ON Dynamic EQ OFF
Yellow - Audyssey ON Dynamic EQ ON

I still have a PB12+ tucked away behind the sofa as well, but I doubt I will ever use it as running a ported with two sealed could prove problematic.
There has been so many time's i feel like buying myself a sb ultra over a PB13 ULTRA.But the main reason's why i don't do it is because i for one just like more deep bass.And hard hitting power.
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There has been so many time's i feel like buying myself a sb ultra over a PB13 ULTRA.But the main reason's why i don't do it is because i for one just like more deep bass.And hard hitting power.
If you have a smaller room, the SB Ultra works better than the ported Ultra. If I recall your room is only a bit bigger than mine.

I found the Ported model low end great but nothing but higher up. For music it wasn't superb.

Also you'll find the SB go lower as they don't have a sudden drop off below the port.

The SB and PC are much smaller than the PB, have you actually measured them? The PC fits into a small bedroom as it goes up, not out. The plate amp on the cylinder is inset, so it can go much closer to the wall. The SB U13 is a bit bigger, in depth especially with the grille, and the plate amp is flush not inset, so it sticks out a bit more again.

The PB is 10" deeper than SB
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If you have a smaller room, the SB Ultra works better than the ported Ultra. If I recall your room is only a bit bigger than mine.

I found the Ported model low end great but nothing but higher up. For music it wasn't superb.

Also you'll find the SB go lower as they don't have a sudden drop off below the port.

The SB and PC are much smaller than the PB, have you actually measured them? The PC fits into a small bedroom as it goes up, not out. The plate amp on the cylinder is inset, so it can go much closer to the wall. The SB U13 is a bit bigger, in depth especially with the grille, and the plate amp is flush not inset, so it sticks out a bit more again.

The PB is 10" deeper than SB
Yeah I have 2 different room's.My own bed room that's not that big it's 9x11x8.And my living room with i am hoping for my home theater to be in soon.Is 13x17x8 give or take a few more inch's.None the less i feel my svs sub should be in the living room.But yeah i got to fix a few thing's in my house before i put the home theater back in my living room.
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if you have a smaller room, the sb ultra works better than the ported ultra. If i recall your room is only a bit bigger than mine.

I found the ported model low end great but nothing but higher up. For music it wasn't superb.

Also you'll find the sb go lower as they don't have a sudden drop off below the port.

The sb and pc are much smaller than the pb, have you actually measured them? The pc fits into a small bedroom as it goes up, not out. The plate amp on the cylinder is inset, so it can go much closer to the wall. The sb u13 is a bit bigger, in depth especially with the grille, and the plate amp is flush not inset, so it sticks out a bit more again.

The pb is 10" deeper than sb
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LFE post issue

I had a very similar issue with one of the sb-2000's I just bought - Wiggling the LFE post fixed it for a while but eventually even that stopped working. The good news was that my Canadian distributor (Sonic Boom Audio) shipped me out replacement plate amplifier at no charge. Hooking it up involved just disconnecting/reconnecting 3 wires (two for the woofer and one for the LED) and problem solved. I'm just a little concerned with those wires popping off the board (they're secured with a bit of goop on them from the factory) but generally pretty happy that I didn't have to ship it out. I would imagine that SVS would do the same if you contacted them directly.

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Had a PB-2000 for 6 months with minimal use. Sub was DOA when received originally but was able to troubleshoot and find a wire had fallen off the positive terminal on the sub. After fixing that it has been mint until last night. The sub stopped working completely. I was able to get it working intermittently by wiggling the cable at the LFE post on the back of the sub. Checked multiply cables to verify that it was indeed the LFE port on the sub. The post seems much looser than all the other posts on the back. I popped the back open to take a peak inside for a loose connection but that whole assembly is soldered onto the PCB so there is no adjusting. I reassembled everything and then tightened the single phillips screw between all the Inputs on the back and since everything has been fine. I'm still very worried I am going to run into problems sometime down the line when this thing is out of warranty, the LFE port just seems so cheap and flimsy and the only fix would be replacing the whole amp board if the problem shows again.

Anyone have any issues with the LFE post's being flaky? I am a little dissapointed so far with the quality control of these subs, 6 months and already 2 major problems.
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Fedex has been by the house today.... Unfortunately I am travelling but my new AMP and Sub is now delivered from USA to Shanghai and will be installed by urs truly next week when im back... How exciting to get my PB13U back to life !!

I cannot wait !!!!
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Fedex has been by the house today.... Unfortunately I am travelling but my new AMP and Sub is now delivered from USA to Shanghai and will be installed by urs truly next week when im back... How exciting to get my PB13U back to life !!

I cannot wait !!!!
Great, keep us posted how is all work after you will replace bad parts.

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Fedex has been by the house today.... Unfortunately I am travelling but my new AMP and Sub is now delivered from USA to Shanghai and will be installed by urs truly next week when im back... How exciting to get my PB13U back to life !!

I cannot wait !!!!
That's wonderful new's.glad everything is going well for you.keep us posted with the new sub when it's all hooked up.
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