I am currently considering purchasing a Dayton SUB-1200. If possible, please provide advice and recommendations.
The sub will be used with 5 R-1650-W In-Wall Speakers. The R-1650-W employs a 6.5-inch polymer-cone woofer, and a 1-inch polymer-dome tweeter. Please see speakers at the following link: http://www.klipsch.com/r-1650-w-in-wall-speaker . The entire home cinema system is powered with a Yamaha AV Receiver at 7X100watts. The subwoofer is for a 4 meters by 5 meters room.
The sub is for movies. Musical Accuracy is not important. What matters is a big boom, big impact, walls shaking, chest feeling it, and just the overall impression
The Dayton sub-1200 is currently available for 109 USD at http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-sub-1200-12-120-watt-powered-subwoofer--300-629
I would purchase the sub-1200, but I don´t want to buy a subwoofer that isn´t really good enough for movies through large speakers just because I didn´t want to spend more cash. I´d rather get a different product, like a hard drive, because customers can buy a high quality hard drive for 109 dollars.
So is the sub1200 a good choice at 109 dollars (for movies through large speakers) or is it better just to save money for a more expensive sub such as BIC PL-200?
By the way, the BIC PL-200 was recently on sale for 250 USD.
Edited by noiselisten - 11/20/13 at 10:33am