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post #10681 of 10716 Old 07-02-2015, 11:17 AM
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Correct, a flat calibration is just that...flat. In a perfect room, all frequencies would play at 75 dB from the sub's lower limit to the speakers upper limits i.e. 16-20k Hz. So yes when playing movies or content with an LFE signal it is 10dB hotter.

Years ago when I first started using SPL meter to calibrate, i'd do all to 75dB. Then put in scenes I was familiar with and the bass was lacking severely. So I'd tinker with it and would end up at about 85dB.

Then came the receivers with the built in microphones. Again, would calibrate to 75 and put in my test scenes and would be lacking. Then got on the phone w/ Ed at SVS and he said he hears that a lot and it's not uncommon for people to run 5 - 10dB hot.

So, I guess it's just a matter of taste. Sure there's some scenes when my wife is scared our house is going to come down, but I can live with that!!!
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is it ok to turn these on and off at mains plug (with switch "on") on subwoofer ?

just mine seems to use about 50W in idle on auto - I thought this would have been improved over the BASH amps (this is a SLEDGE one)

50W not a huge amount, but 24/7 at current electricity prices it all adds up !
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is it ok to turn these on and off at mains plug (with switch "on") on subwoofer ?

just mine seems to use about 50W in idle on auto - I thought this would have been improved over the BASH amps (this is a SLEDGE one)

50W not a huge amount, but 24/7 at current electricity prices it all adds up !
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Never again am I buying an SVSound product. My SB 13 Ultra stopped working, blows a fuse everytime you turn it on. Always set to "Auto" mode so not left running. Here's SVSound's response (I know what the Sledge amp costs $599! and they brag about what quality materials they use blah blah blah -- mine is one with the BASH amp):

Thanks for contacting SVS! Unfortunately, when the amp starts to blow fuses repeatedly, it is time to replace the amp. The usual cause is an internal issue in the power supply section of the amp and cannot be replaced. The replacement amp for that sub will be the Sledge STA-1000D that currently ships with our Ultra subs. Let us know if you'd like the link for the Sledge amp and we'll send that over to you.
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Never again am I buying an SVSound product. My SB 13 Ultra stopped working, blows a fuse everytime you turn it on. Always set to "Auto" mode so not left running. Here's SVSound's response (I know what the Sledge amp costs $599! and they brag about what quality materials they use blah blah blah -- mine is one with the BASH amp):

Thanks for contacting SVS! Unfortunately, when the amp starts to blow fuses repeatedly, it is time to replace the amp. The usual cause is an internal issue in the power supply section of the amp and cannot be replaced. The replacement amp for that sub will be the Sledge STA-1000D that currently ships with our Ultra subs. Let us know if you'd like the link for the Sledge amp and we'll send that over to you.
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What I wonder should be acceptable?

If it's out of warranty, then what else? Yes it's expensive and that sucks but do you think you should be given a free amp? Free repair?

It is a problem with digital amps, compared to regular amps in say Rel/BK that are pretty simple and easy to fix.

I have a SBU13 and the cost of replacement amp is a little concerning..
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What I think is reasonable is them offer to repair it or offer a discount on a Sledge amp to replace the crappy BASH amp. Any idea why they switched from BASH to Sledge in the PB 13 Ultra? I have my guesses...
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What I mean by repair is charge me to repair it I don?t expect them to do anything for free.
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yeah I understand and agree, the £600 price is a bit extortionate. I don't think these digital amps are easy to fix.
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What I mean by repair is charge me to repair it I don?t expect them to do anything for free.
How long have you owned the sub?
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That is tough. I would be upset as well..but this could happen with any manufacture, if you were within the 5 year warranty period with SVS they wouldn't repair the amp they would replace it. I assume if they had the means to repair the amp they would provide you that option.

If an hsu, psa, rythmik component gave out, outside of the warranty coverage period your option would probably be very similar to what SVS is offering.
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What I mean by repair is charge me to repair it I don?t expect them to do anything for free.
Does HSU, Reaction, PSA, etc offer to repair blown amps that are out of warranty?
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Never again am I buying an SVSound product. My SB 13 Ultra stopped working, blows a fuse everytime you turn it on. Always set to "Auto" mode so not left running. Here's SVSound's response (I know what the Sledge amp costs $599! and they brag about what quality materials they use blah blah blah -- mine is one with the BASH amp):

Thanks for contacting SVS! Unfortunately, when the amp starts to blow fuses repeatedly, it is time to replace the amp. The usual cause is an internal issue in the power supply section of the amp and cannot be replaced. The replacement amp for that sub will be the Sledge STA-1000D that currently ships with our Ultra subs. Let us know if you'd like the link for the Sledge amp and we'll send that over to you.
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Not sure I see anything really wrong here. Not all manufacturers are going to repair an older amp that is out of their production run.

You could consider just getting the amp repaired locally at a local AV repair shop. That's your best option...
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Not sure I see anything really wrong here. Not all manufacturers are going to repair an older amp that is out of their production run.

You could consider just getting the amp repaired locally at a local AV repair shop. That's your best option...
That's if the class D amps can be fixed.
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I have 3 750w bash amps for sale if interested.
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New SVS owner here, just placed an order for the PC 13 Ultra and cant wait for it to arrive. Will probably be a couple weeks as i am in Alaska and i am having it shipped to a freight forwarder in Tacoma then takes 3 days on the boat from there. I really wanted to go with the pb 13u but my floor space is a premium and the pc will fit the home much better. I also just purchsed a X7200WA Denon that will be shipping next week so will have a bit of a learning curve coming from Yamaha's.
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New SVS owner here, just placed an order for the PC 13 Ultra and cant wait for it to arrive. Will probably be a couple weeks as i am in Alaska and i am having it shipped to a freight forwarder in Tacoma then takes 3 days on the boat from there. I really wanted to go with the pb 13u but my floor space is a premium and the pc will fit the home much better. I also just purchsed a X7200WA Denon that will be shipping next week so will have a bit of a learning curve coming from Yamaha's.
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Congratulations. I recently acquired a PB13U (it is a MONSTER) and am still dialing it in. They are very good subs. Have fun!
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Moving to a new house this weekend.. wonder how long ill be without my subs.. waaaah
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Does HSU, Reaction, PSA, etc offer to repair blown amps that are out of warranty?
You'd probably just buy a new one from them.

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I just got an sb13 ultra. I'm not impressed with life material. I came from a pc12 plus. Now I'm regretting my decision. My room is big, 5000 ft3, so a lot of the problem is room size.

1. Should I get another sb13 ultra? Is 6 dB increase in spl a lot?

2. Should I go back to a ported sub?

Essentially, I wanted a more musical sub since I have bowers and wilkins Cm9 and I wanted to match the clarity and quality of the speakers. I watch 70% tv, 20% movies, and 10% music. Thanks for the help!
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I just ordered a SB13 Ultra, upgrading from auditioning an SB-2000, which I actually like a lot. I don't really want x2 subs so I decided to spring for the upgrade. I'm sure I will love it. 3000sqft room in a condo with all B&W CM speakers. 60%HT 40%Music. Loving all my upgrades so far!
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I just ordered a SB13 Ultra, upgrading from auditioning an SB-2000, which I actually like a lot. I don't really want x2 subs so I decided to spring for the upgrade. I'm sure I will love it. 3000sqft room in a condo with all B&W CM speakers. 60%HT 40%Music. Loving all my upgrades so far!
Trust me if you love sb2000 then a sb13u will blow you away ...just be careful as you might buy another one...thrust me i know ...i also didnt plan on 2nd one but...never say never

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I am looking to purchase two subs that will work well, and hopefully create a synergistic effect, with my current Klipsch Reference Series II collection. I can afford each of the two options listed below, I am not concerned about the size of these three subs, I listen to Music 2 channel plus subs (10%), Home Theater 11 channels plus subs (10%), T.V. mostly stereo to all speakers plus subs (55%) and Gaming mostly stereo signal to all speakers plus subs (25%), and I definitely listen at levels louder than the general population and want the ability to play at rock concert/club levels at times. I have always preferred bass reflex over sealed subs.

Can you please advise as to the advantages/disadvantages each of the two options have for my listening needs while giving consideration for how well you believe they would perform with my current speakers. Thanks.

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What I think is reasonable is them offer to repair it or offer a discount on a Sledge amp to replace the crappy BASH amp. Any idea why they switched from BASH to Sledge in the PB 13 Ultra? I have my guesses...
I moved from the BASH amp and bought the digital amp and can never look back. It was night and day and immediately sounded better to my ears in my room. It took me a little bit to do the swap since some of the connectors were VERY short so I had to extend one of them for it to work properly. It has sounded great and worked well ever since the upgrade.

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Schematics or diagram for 750w BASH amp in PC 13 Ultra

My amp is broken in my PC13 ultra - 750w BASH. Does anybody have the schematics/diagram for the 750w Bash amp?
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It's done I'm buying a second PC13-Ultra. Not yet, I will have to put some money away and by the time the house is finished I will get it and sneak it into the house. My wife will spot it straight away shes like a hawk. I kind have forgotten how good it is because the temp house we are renting is not any good for a sound system and we have the babys bedroom so near. I know adding a second will be ridiculous. Also its a more worthy upgrade then Atmos & 4K that still need to mature. I also have to get a projector as well (another 3k). So lots of saving for me.
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Currently own the SVS sb2000 and i can score a smoking a deal on a PB13 ultra and i am strongly considering it. Any setup advice with this sub? Looks a lot more advanced than the one i currently have.

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Well I made it two years without trying to upgrade and I'm still very happy with my PB-2000 for our movie nights. We had guests over this weekend and I demoed my system. My friend was impressed and wants a better sub now for his movie viewing.

I joked I'd sell him mine for a good price and it still would have 3 years left on the warranty. He liked the deal and now it has me looking at the ultra thread. Due to space the PB take's up a bit more room so the PC12+ or PC13 Ultra is looking really good now.

The start of this thread has the PC listed and hoping to read more about it as I go through this thread.

300+ pages I'll be reading awhile.
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I have dual PC13's. Just make sure you don't live on an earthquake fault line. They will trigger it.
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