I'm saying that almost to myself so I don't upgrade and save money. But even remembering back to wathing Star Trek into darkness in Imax. I still feel like my relatively inexpensive combo compared to some of yours gives me more. A lot more in the midbass punch due to the RW12d but also just a tad more on the low end. (more than theaters, not YOUR subs)
I honestly don't remember watching Tron Legacy in the movie theaters have feeling like the overhead shot of the flying machines shook and punched at my body. As well as feeling like I was in an actual earthquake watching War of the Worlds at home.
I say all of this trying to convince myself I already have enough damn bass. That's where the movie theater topic came to my mind. If it's "more" than theaters, don't I have enough already?
Having said that I still want a PC-2000. Only because the 2000's came out shortly after I already got my NSD. It's like more for not much more.
Sony KDL-70R550A (passive 3D tv)
Denon x4000 (amazing sound correcting software)
Klipsch RF-62IIs (amazing horns)
Klipsch RC-62II (so clear)
Klipsch RS-41IIs (so full)
SVS PC12-NSD + Klipsch RW12d (so boom)
Last edited by Teremei; 08-28-2014 at 11:09 AM.