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My question is Will I miss much in performance if I go with 2 Klipsch SW-115 subs instead of 1 VTF-15H? The SW-115 seems to be a step in the right direction for Klipsch and the specs look similar to the VTF-15H. Will the 2 hertz and the 600 short term watts make a big difference in the real world or would the HSU really have the wow factor?

My budget is $1500 and my room is 5000 cubic feet. It is 80% percent home theater and I would like the height of the sub to be 22 inches or smaller for maximum screen size. I currently have a Klipsch RF 7 II 5.1 system.

Thanks for any input!! This is my first post after many years of visiting and catching the upgrade bug.
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my question is will i miss much in performance if i go with 2 klipsch sw-115 subs instead of 1 vtf-15h? The sw-115 seems to be a step in the right direction for klipsch and the specs look similar to the vtf-15h. Will the 2 hertz and the 600 short term watts make a big difference in the real world or would the hsu really have the wow factor?

My budget is $1500 and my room is 5000 cubic feet. It is 80% percent home theater and i would like the height of the sub to be 22 inches or smaller for maximum screen size. I currently have a klipsch rf 7 ii 5.1 system.

Thanks for any input!! This is my first post after many years of visiting and catching the upgrade bug.

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