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goonstopher's Avatar goonstopher
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A guy local to me is selling dual 16-46's from SVs with a crappy pyle amp. I have a PB13-Ultra but if I can find a decently priced amp i would like to add these to get a more even in room response with the PB13 near my mains and the PC's near my seating (who needs shakers ha).

Anyone have any ideas in the $300 range or am I way off?
MKtheater's Avatar MKtheater
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Behringer ep-2500.
Rightbrained's Avatar Rightbrained
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Behringer ep-2500.

+1.
The Behringer EP2500 is hard to beat for watts/dollar .
Stephen Hopkins's Avatar Stephen Hopkins
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I'd check Craigslist for Crown, QSC, and Samson amps... you might be able to find something closer to the $200 or less price range... other wise, +2 for the EP2500.
goonstopher's Avatar goonstopher
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I am considering making a little DIY type project out of this and getting a different Amp then they come with then trying to put a 12.3+ driver in them (waiting to hear from svs if it fits) and possibly getting 2 cylinders tuned to 16hz with a more powerfull amp and the plus driver for around $1100 if all things actually workout.
Stephen Hopkins's Avatar Stephen Hopkins
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If the 12.3 fits (it should) let me know if you want to sell the 12.2s.
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I picked up a new Nady XA-1100 for $190 delivered. Stuff is going cheap right now.
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