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Oh yes I agree 100%. SVS subs looks the best from all online sellers. If I can start dreaming now I wish to have SVS subs looks like R-115SW . Well this is a great example not all dreams come true . That will be a great match for our speakers.
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My dealer tells me that it might be tough to get RS-62 II as the supplies are low throughout Europe, but he offered KS-525 THX instead with some cosmetic damage on the bottom of speakers for half the price. I saw them in person and it doesn't seem to be a big deal, but I do wonder how well would they fit with RB-81 II and RC-62 II? I'm using Yamaha RX-A1020 and I'm really not good friends with YPAO. The offer is tempting nevertheless. Could anyone advise or share their experiences with KS-525?
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That is what I'm talking about , great job

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I need your guys' opinions. The R-115SW is still available for $608 so I'm looking at duals for $1216 or dual SVS PB-2000's for $1499. Or a single PB12-Plus for $1399. The thought of dual 15" copper cones intrigues me but for some reason it really bothers me that the power plugs aren't grounded on them. What would you do?
For music, avoid subs.

For movie, get the 15in one.

Ungrounded sub does degrade sound quality, but you'll only notice it on high end setups.
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Somebody please help me. I cannot find mounts for my rs42iis. I bought some on amazon and they didn't work. Just can't seem to find the right thing. If it's from a local store even better! (Best buy, frys, etc)
I've been looking without success to find a reasonable mount for the rs52 with no real luck. I want something which allows me to angle them down.

There were some options posted but they're too expensive IMO to be worthwhile.

Currently I just have them on a screw mounted in a stud and they're pretty solid.

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I am using these:
http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_i...seq=1&format=2

I have them hanging from the ceiling. I needed to drill out the bottom holes of the larger mounting bracket a little as well as pick up some screws from home depot to attach the mount to the speaker. My speakers are upside down (the threaded holes are at the top and the keyhole is at the bottom) but with the magnetic grills you can't tell.
I got these and they didn't fit the pre-drilled holes and unlike you I wasn't willing to drill new holes.

If anyone wants them for really cheap (basically shipping cost) let me know.

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I'm too squeamish to drill holes in brand new speakers, lol. What speakers do you have? If the same as mine, then the two threaded inserts already in the speaker do not fit that monoprice mount?
I didn't drill holes in the speaker, I drilled them in the mount. As Baloo_Brtu mentioned, the holes on the mount don't line up exactly with the threaded holes on the speaker. By drilling out and making 2 of the holes bigger, you enlarge them just enough to line up with the holes on the speaker, you can then easily screw the mount to the speaker (I believe I used 1/4" x 3/4" x 20 TPI screws from home depot). I have them hanging from my ceiling at an angle pointing to my MLP.

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For music, avoid subs.

For movie, get the 15in one.

Ungrounded sub does degrade sound quality, but you'll only notice it on high end setups.

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