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post #31 of 33 Old 09-13-2013, 07:28 AM
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Sorry to be so aggressive earlier. I don't mean to be an F12 hater. It is a good sub for the money without a doubt. I forget that it served me well for years and is still part of my bedroom setup.

Although I agree NXG is a worthwhile upgrade, for the money BIC made a winner.

It's all good, "good" is just relative. A sub is on my list of upgrades, and I can't wait to ditch the F-12 for something better. It got my feet wet when I started this hobby, but at the moment I can't justify a better sub when I live in an apartment mad.gif
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It's all good, "good" is just relative. A sub is on my list of upgrades, and I can't wait to ditch the F-12 for something better. It got my feet wet when I started this hobby, but at the moment I can't justify a better sub when I live in an apartment mad.gif

Yeah. Apartment living. No fun frown.gif

I have a house now in an a more urban neighborhood where the houses are less than 50 feet apart. Still way better than apartment, but a little too close. Fortunately, on one side of me, I have a bunch of mid twenty year old guys (they are way noisier than I am), and old lady on the other side who doesn't complain about the bass.

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Why not buy the energy 5.1 take classic and a pioneer vsx 822k. Total cost would be 570. It would be an excellent setup for a small room. The reciever has ton of connections network/Pandora/ Spotify support.

The take classic system is superb for a small room. Plays clean and loud.
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