Any single sub in the Rythmik line is within budget. I just can't do dual subs. The space is so big because of the vaulted ceilings, but it's a family room and dual subs would just be too much. I plan on selling the Kipsch.
Thanks everybody!If I can only purchase a single sub, but my room is big (4000 cubic feet not including opening up to a kitchen and dining nook), do I need the extra db from the bigger amps or ported designs? I never listen at reference volume -- it's just too loud for me.I'm coming from a Klipsch RW-12D. I think it was a combination of poor placement (this was at an old house -- I just moved) and not spending enough time dialing it in, but I was very disappointed. It...
Thanks guys! I think you're probably right -- especially for my big room. Not counting the open kitchen and nook, I'm already at 4,000 cubic feet thanks to my vaulted ceilings.
How does the F15 sealed do for movies? I'm sure it's outstanding for music.
I know specs don't tell the whole story, but I'm having trouble understanding how the F15 and FV15 compare.
Which Rythmik sub for 50/50 music and movies in a large, open floor plan? I'm about to pull the trigger on a pair of Ascend CMT-340s, matching center, and CBM-170s for surrounds. I want it all -- tight, rich mid-bass for music and intense low, lows for movies. Is it possible to have both? Is there any truth to the "sealed sub for music but not HT and ported sub for HT but not music" idea. I don't listen at reference levels. Two subs is not really an option. What would you...
Thanks!!! Great information!
How low does each sub hit? I can't really figure it out from Rythmik's website. It says 14Hz, but that doesn't seem like the number I'm looking for. I'm going back and forth between an Ascend/Rythmik setup or a HSU setup. I'm looking at the HSU VTF-15H that according to HSU, can go down to 16HZ ported or 22 Hz sealed. How do the Rythmik subs compare?
I'm looking to purchase a Rythmik sub, but I can't decide if I want to go sealed or ported.
I'm looking at the F15 or the FV15. I'm about 50/50 music and movies, but the audio quality on the music is more important to me. I want a sub that sounds great for 2.1 music and digs deep enough for home theater use as well. I almost never listen at or even near reference volume.
I'm looking at the specs on each and having trouble figuring out how deep each sub can go.
Thanks! Good luck to you too. I'm leaning toward the Ascends. A lot of the HSU reviews say they play really loud and clear (which is obviously awesome), but I don't typically listen at high volumes. I'm still back and forth though. Let me know what you decide!