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Originally Posted by mthomas47
I also thought that Jeffrey made a lot of sense. But, in this case, I would still recommend that you go with the V3601, as Hop and others have suggested. Your last sentence above says it all to me. Go with your heart on this, because your mind and wallet will change before your heart does.
I think it is entirely conceivable that you will end up having two V3601's anyway. It might not happen right away, but once people discover what really powerful subs can do, there is rarely any turning back.
^ Agree 100%. Go with the biggest sub you can even if it's over your current budget. I remember when I was in the market for a new sub and everyone would ask me how much can you spend and my answer was" I really shouldn't be buying anything but we all know what happens when that little guy pops up on your shoulder
. I had a Mirage BPS400, sold it to help pay for the XS30, upgraded to XS30SE then the next year I had dual XS30SE, then it was the S3600/XS30SE combo then S3600/S3000I combo and currently I'm at the S3600I/S3000I/ DIY UM18-22 combo and in March I will be adding another DIY UM18-22 and then the next plan is trading up the S3000I for the S3601. I didn't have the money then and I really don't have the money now but I find a way. Get the biggest sub you can afford now and find a way of adding another later on.
Equipment List: Benq W6000, Darbee DVP-5000S Video Processor, JKP Affinity 100 inch 16x9 .9 gain reference screen, Marantz SR7013 Receiver, 3-Marantz Ma700 and 2-Ma6100 monoblocks, 7.4.2 Atmos, B&W Nautilus 805 front speakers, B&W Nautilus HTM2 center speaker, 2 Volt 6 Atmos Speakers, Mirage HDT-R side speakers, Jamo THX surround one rear speakers, 2 LaVoce 21inch Neo DIY subs and 2 PSA S3600I'S.