Hey all - I've got a line on a more powerful sub .. wondering if it's worth selling the two I have, and picking up two of the more powerful subs. I've got:

https://www.google.com/search?q=klipsch+kw+100

class A/B discrete MOSFET outputs

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 29Hz-120Hz(+-)3dB

INPUTS: 2) Line level/LFE RCA phono jacks and 2) High level speaker terminals

LOW PASS CROSSOVER: Continuously variable from 40-120Hz, 24dB/octave slope above 120Hz

MAXIMUM ACOUSTIC OUTPUT: 110dB SPL 1/8 space, 1 meter

PHASE: Switchable 0 or 180 degrees

POWER HANDLING: FTC Rated Power: 55 watts continuous,

22-125Hz @ ≤ 1% THD

Dynamic Power*: 225 watts @ ≤ 1% THD

and could sell those and for just a bit more money pick up two of these:

http://www.klipsch.com/sw-110-subwoofer

AMPLIFIER: BASH® Digital Hybrid

AMPLIFIER POWER: FTC Rated Power: 200 watts continuous @ <2% THD / Dynamic Power*: 450 watts

BUILT FROM: 2010

DEPTH: 17" (43.2cm)

DRIVE COMPONENTS: 10" (25.4cm) Active non-resonant Woven Fiberglass driver

ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass-reflex via front-firing slot port

EXPORT VOLTAGE: NA, EU, CCC

FINISHES: Black pica

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 28Hz-120Hz ± 3dB

HEIGHT: 14" (35.6cm)

INPUTS: L/R Line-level RCA jacks, L/R High-level speaker binding posts, WA port

MAX ACOUSTIC OUTPUT: 113dB @ 30Hz

The volume from my two subs is fine as it stands now FWIW - and I definitely don't need the volume to go any louder, as it would disturb neighbors, but I'm wondering if 1. the front firing speaker would decrease some resonance into the concrete floors, and 2. would it dig deeper at the same volume? For instance, if they're both at 80db, will the newer subs be able to play lower? they seem to have more or less the same frequency response

https://www.google.com/search?q=klipsch+kw+100

class A/B discrete MOSFET outputs

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 29Hz-120Hz(+-)3dB

INPUTS: 2) Line level/LFE RCA phono jacks and 2) High level speaker terminals

LOW PASS CROSSOVER: Continuously variable from 40-120Hz, 24dB/octave slope above 120Hz

MAXIMUM ACOUSTIC OUTPUT: 110dB SPL 1/8 space, 1 meter

PHASE: Switchable 0 or 180 degrees

POWER HANDLING: FTC Rated Power: 55 watts continuous,

22-125Hz @ ≤ 1% THD

Dynamic Power*: 225 watts @ ≤ 1% THD

and could sell those and for just a bit more money pick up two of these:

http://www.klipsch.com/sw-110-subwoofer

AMPLIFIER: BASH® Digital Hybrid

AMPLIFIER POWER: FTC Rated Power: 200 watts continuous @ <2% THD / Dynamic Power*: 450 watts

BUILT FROM: 2010

DEPTH: 17" (43.2cm)

DRIVE COMPONENTS: 10" (25.4cm) Active non-resonant Woven Fiberglass driver

ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass-reflex via front-firing slot port

EXPORT VOLTAGE: NA, EU, CCC

FINISHES: Black pica

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 28Hz-120Hz ± 3dB

HEIGHT: 14" (35.6cm)

INPUTS: L/R Line-level RCA jacks, L/R High-level speaker binding posts, WA port

MAX ACOUSTIC OUTPUT: 113dB @ 30Hz

The volume from my two subs is fine as it stands now FWIW - and I definitely don't need the volume to go any louder, as it would disturb neighbors, but I'm wondering if 1. the front firing speaker would decrease some resonance into the concrete floors, and 2. would it dig deeper at the same volume? For instance, if they're both at 80db, will the newer subs be able to play lower? they seem to have more or less the same frequency response