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Does the new xv15 feel heavier? It looks like the weight is more than the older version smile.gif

As Geigar said they are a little heavier, the shipping weight on mine said 92 lbs on the box where as on the older model it was around 85 lbs. Tom said they will have some type of upgrade opportunity for owners of the older XV15s. Now that I have one of each I think I will want to upgrade the older one to keep them matching. 

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Def upgrade the 2nd one because its worth it and plus after that youll be good for a long time. Man I cant wait to see what else they have up their sleeves!!! smile.gif
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So true. It's exciting to see what they come up with. They did a great job of keeping all this a secret. It really makes me excited to see their speakers and hear your report on them. 

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Im back!!!! smile.gif man things been crazy!! First my company i work for laid off 7,000 people, one of them was my brother. Been having to pick up on rent and bills until he lands another good job which is in the works. Then my dad called me and said we have to fly out of state to get to his house because our step mom had 2 days to live. The last time I saw them they were doing great, nice jobs, nice new house, healthy, then out of nowhere some kind of cancer spread throughout her body in the matter of days and by the time we got there, they had machines keeping her alive. First time in my life ive seen my dad cry, man this was the hardest thing I ever had to go through. After that we came back and now im just really devestated but im really focusing on health. Im eating real healthy every day, fish and veggies, oatmeal, bananas, ect. Finally after 4 years i started back in the gym. This is me the other day after my 4th week in the gym smile.gif
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I just picked out a Klipsch setup for my youngest brother, we got some big towers and center. Man what an upgrade from his little bose!!! These things are beasts, crazy loud for the price!!! Then Tom hooked us up with an XV15se sub that will be here next week!! Hes real happy about it, ill go take some pics right now. Other than that I havent really even fired up my setup. By the time I get home from work I pretty much just have time to go to the gym then off to sleep. Should be getting some time off over the summer, cant wait. Looks like Toms been busy with the new speaker upgrades that they released so the other speakers have probably been put on stand still for a bit.

damn dude you have been working out lol

glad everything is sorta ok and ur still alive.. dont hear much from u lately.

in the meanwhile my dad died of lungcancer and i watched his last breath in the hospital.. i have an idea how u must feel :(

life sometimes is too short to waste it.. i guess we should be happy they didn't spend a long time sufferin and in pain, but somehow i can't get really used to it.

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how you guys think about this xv15 versus a svs pc13 ultra ?

since i got a little money from my dad, i can afford to buy one now but im sorta stuck in which one would fit better. i like the pc13 for its small floor footprint, it would fit in nicely.


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Over-priced at the regular price > glad you got a decent deal
Must have near-like man of steel ears to listen to them that close,
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yeah i nagged the audiostore about two week to get a good deal here in the netherlands and after some discussion i managed to get 500€ discount on my setup.

man of steel ears not gonna help listening on that short distance hahaha . some very good earplugs don't even help with these speakers..

i get 115dB at 4 meter distance out of mine so u get an idea of how insane loud it must be close up like that. they're chestpounding even without a subwoofer and they litteraly make u ears bleed on volume near -10dB

i had mine on 0dB just to see how loud it was and the neighbours of my neighbours starting to complain to my neighbours about the insain loud volume level lol


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i get 115dB at 4 meter distance out of mine so u get an idea of how insane loud it must be close up like that. they're chestpounding even without a subwoofer and they litteraly make u ears bleed on volume near -10dB
i had mine on 0dB just to see how loud it was and the neighbours of my neighbours starting to complain to my neighbours about the insain loud volume level lol

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how you guys think about this xv15 versus a svs pc13 ultra ?

since i got a little money from my dad, i can afford to buy one now but im sorta stuck in which one would fit better. i like the pc13 for its small floor footprint, it would fit in nicely.

I think the new XV15se is a great sub and could do well against the PC13 Ultra. The new driver in the XV15 has really beefed up the sub (third party measurements should be out some time soon that should verify this) and I think for the price difference you would be very pleased with what you get with the XV15. I think it could hang with the PC13 Ultra. But I would wait for measurements and compare the two before I spent my money if you're in doubt.

 

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thanks hopi. i can finally look at some gear that i otherwise can't afford. i just wanna spend it wisely and get the best for buck deal i can find. i like the pc13 ultra coz i can stuck it away in a corner, didnt look yet how big the new xv15se is but it is frontfiring right ?


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thanks hopi. i can finally look at some gear that i otherwise can't afford. i just wanna spend it wisely and get the best for buck deal i can find. i like the pc13 ultra coz i can stuck it away in a corner, didnt look yet how big the new xv15se is but it is frontfiring right ?

The XV15se has a downward facing* driver with a rear port. I haven't looked into it too deeply, but I think it would struggle to keep up with the SVS PC13-Ultra; and fair enough too, because the SVS is almost twice the price. Perhaps consider dual XV15se's to give you a smoother response over a wider area (assuming you need to cover an area not a single seat). I do really like the PC13-Ultra's variable tuning options though.

* I like "facing"... subs don't really "fire". smile.gif

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The XV15se is a downward facing* driver with a rear port. I haven't looked into it too deeply, but I think it would struggle to keep up with the SVS PC13-Ultra; and fair enough too, because the SVS is almost twice the price. Perhaps consider dual XV15se's to give you a smoother response over a wider area (assuming you need to cover an area not a sigle seat). I do really like the PC13-Ultra's variable tuning options though.

* I like "facing"... subs don't really "fire". smile.gif

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The XV15se is a downward facing* driver with a rear port. I haven't looked into it too deeply, but I think it would struggle to keep up with the SVS PC13-Ultra; and fair enough too, because the SVS is almost twice the price. Perhaps consider dual XV15se's to give you a smoother response over a wider area (assuming you need to cover an area not a sigle seat). I do really like the PC13-Ultra's variable tuning options though.

* I like "facing"... subs don't really "fire". smile.gif

no but, subs WILL get you fired...if you read about them all day at work hahaha:)

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The XV15se is a downward facing* driver with a rear port. I haven't looked into it too deeply, but I think it would struggle to keep up with the SVS PC13-Ultra; and fair enough too, because the SVS is almost twice the price. Perhaps consider dual XV15se's to give you a smoother response over a wider area (assuming you need to cover an area not a sigle seat). I do really like the PC13-Ultra's variable tuning options though.
* I like "facing"... subs don't really "fire". smile.gif
no but, subs WILL get you fired...if you read about them all day at work hahaha:)
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Hehe! Don't I know it Brian. It took me ages to write that post... bloody work kept interrupting! wink.gif

LMAO

thank god i don't have a boss to boss me around :D

yeah the high output, the downfiring thing and the port-tuning makes me want that SVS . as XV15 has rear port i could not really place that well in my livingroom.

the SVS would be a third sub and im planning to replace the sw1500 with it as this one has a front port with downfiring woofer. both the yammie subs blow so much air, they can blow out a lighter at 5 meter distance and get people in the house cold legs lol


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LMAO
thank god i don't have a boss to boss me around biggrin.gif
yeah the high output, the downfiring thing and the port-tuning makes me want that SVS . as XV15 has rear port i could not really place that well in my livingroom.
the SVS would be a third sub and im planning to replace the sw1500 with it as this one has a front port with downfiring woofer. both the yammie subs blow so much air, they can blow out a lighter at 5 meter distance and get people in the house cold legs lol

I am the boss. (At work anyway!) Trouble is, the phone keeps ringing and fellas knock on the door.

That SVS is the first time I've looked seriously at another sub besides a Rythmik, which I'm set on. You should have a look at the Rythmik Audio FV15HP. It's also tuneable and has a range of other controls. It's also very accurate and plays cleanly at high levels due to it's Direct-Servo control. This is a clip of it's "little brother", the FV15. The cone control shown here is amazing - the way it snaps to a stop (@ 0:45+).

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What about distributers for these other subs? I know that SVS has distributers in Europe which is where you are right Dajojo? I'm not sure who else does and shipping could get real expensive from the US. 

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LMAO
thank god i don't have a boss to boss me around biggrin.gif
yeah the high output, the downfiring thing and the port-tuning makes me want that SVS . as XV15 has rear port i could not really place that well in my livingroom.
the SVS would be a third sub and im planning to replace the sw1500 with it as this one has a front port with downfiring woofer. both the yammie subs blow so much air, they can blow out a lighter at 5 meter distance and get people in the house cold legs lol

I am the boss. (At work anyway!) Trouble is, the phone keeps ringing and fellas knock on the door.

That SVS is the first time I've looked seriously at another sub besides a Rythmik, which I'm set on. You should have a look at the Rythmik Audio FV15HP. It's also tuneable and has a range of other controls. It's also very accurate and plays cleanly at high levels due to it's Direct-Servo control. This is a clip of it's "little brother", the FV15. The cone control shown here is amazing - the way it snaps to a stop (@ 0:45+).
 

yeah i know that problem lol

that rythmik looks nice too indeed. my SW1500 plays clean also and has the same peerless xxls woofer in it as the svs pc12 so for the low extension i need something that goes lower then this one .. fs=20hz. i like the 24dB/octave filter it has. now i have 12dB/oct from my amp and 12dB/oct from the sub itself which gives it the same filtering more or less. my SW800 has a rebuilt 1000W RMS YST amp and 7cm excursion and same filtering.  thing is the svs pc13 ultra has -3dB @ 15hz and rythmik -3dB @ 16hz so they're not much apart from eachother. going by footprint and the ability to buy it in netherlands my favour goes out to the svs.

 

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What about distributers for these other subs? I know that SVS has distributers in Europe which is where you are right Dajojo? I'm not sure who else does and shipping could get real expensive from the US. 

i can order a svs pc13ultra her in netherlands at a local internetshop or a swedish onlineshop which is official dealer. im not sure about this rythmik though, i could order that through a US parcelservice which then ships it to my home but it gonna cost.


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As far as I know, Rythmik will ship direct to countries where they don't have a distributer, which includes EU. I don't know about PSA. Shipping and other costs such as duties and taxes do add up, but often it's not as steep as the distributer and retailer profit margins, so in many cases it can be cheaper to buy direct from the US. That's been my experience in Oz anyway, where we do pay through the nose when buying audio gear locally. The $US <> Euro exchange rate is pretty favourable at the moment too.

Of course, buying internationally can make warranty claims more of a hassle if you need to make one.

Edit: DaJoJo you posted while I was writing but I think I covered it! Here's the link to Rythmik's ordering page: http://www.rythmikaudio.com/order.html. If you're interested, you could send them a message to confirm they'll ship to The Netherlands: http://www.rythmikaudio.com/contact.html.
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mm that is an idea indeed.. but like u said this waranty worries me a bit. i didnt see how to order this rythmik so it ships to my place. i see one can order it for germany , this can be an option. i'll send them an email to ask if it is possible to send to netherlands. i like this F25, looks brutal ^^

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Quote:Originally Posted by DaJoJo mm that is an idea indeed.. but like u said this waranty worries me a bit. i didnt see how to order this rythmik so it ships to my place. i see one can order it for germany , this can be an option. i'll send them an email to ask if it is possible to send to netherlands. i like this F25, looks brutal ^^;;;Yes, so do I! The F25 is actually my personal favourite.

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well.. it seems rythmik doesn't ship to netherlands, they told me i could order them in germany. i could but it'll make things complicated for me so i guess i'll get a pc13-ultra.


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The PC ultra is a fantastic sub.  And with SVS availability overseas I think it will be hard to beat that option.

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well.. it seems rythmik doesn't ship to netherlands, they told me i could order them in germany. i could but it'll make things complicated for me so i guess i'll get a pc13-ultra.

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yeah i think i won't be dissapointed with this one from what i've heard, can't demo it coz no-one has one to listen to here. supprisingly i fixed a good speaker setup deal for a good friend of mine and he get my rc-62II center. the seller wanted only to give discount on the whole 5.1 setup so i asked if he could get me a good price on the RC-64II so the package is still complete and he get a discount for the setup. i managed to get him 2xRF-62II / 2xRB-61II and my RC-62II for 1221€ total and i get a RC-64II next week for 840€ new, while they cost 1199€ normally. they sold me a demo-model but it was allready sold by another employee , so i'll get a brand new one now for the same price. i think it will work out great. really happy with the coincidence :D


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Thought u were waiting for the psa's?

I was but 6 months so far was just too long lol. Man I sold my old speakers on ebay and bought a $3,000.00 set of Reference for the same $ I got from the sale biggrin.gif Plus they gave big a 35% discount on the total price so I could'nt resist. Man these speakers blow my older ones away in every area. This is the first time that even I can't turn the volume up too high lol
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I was but 6 months so far was just too long lol. Man I sold my old speakers on ebay and bought a $3,000.00 set of Reference for the same $ I got from the sale biggrin.gif Plus they gave big a 35% discount on the total price so I could'nt resist. Man these speakers blow my older ones away in every area. This is the first time that even I can't turn the volume up too high lol
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Congrats man, you sure don't do things by halves! Glad you're happy with them. smile.gif
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Congrats BMK, glad to see that you are happy with your new speakers. Enjoy!

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