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post #1 of 2 Old 03-20-2013, 05:59 PM - Thread Starter
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If i take two Klipsch RF-7 ii towers ! I need to take two subs.

Which the best to buy :
2 subs from Rythmik FV15HP 600RMS

2 subs from HSU VTF15 350RMS

There is another good choice exept this two to the towers.

I need deep bass and amazing feel when i listen to the music.

My room is about 7m X 6m & the budget is opened.(Not much).
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Two subs will even out room response and is almost always perferable if you have the budget.

That said you would be happy with either Sub choice you listed. The FV15HP will out perform the HSU according to the measurements. You can go with the 550 if you want to save some money.

Both will work fine.

What I suggest is this...order either the HSU or the Rythmik (again both excellent subs but Rythmik does edge out the HUS) and see how it goes.

Both companies will give you a discount for multiple subs if ordered within "a reasonable time" after the first... 30-45 days should not be a problem.

I have one FV15HP now...I would love to have another but it is a case of limited budget and diminishing returns. I get 90 percent of what I want out of one smile.gif
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