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Just curious, what does SVS do w/ all the returns they get since they have a 45 day exchange trial? I don't see where they have any used subs for sale or do they rebox them and sell off as new?

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Just curious, what does SVS do w/ all the returns they get since they have a 45 day exchange trial?

Give them a call. My understanding, when available, they go out as b-stock.

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ahhh, just curious. never noticed the outlet section. Just deciding on either a ported or sealed ultra and was looking for a good deal through them.
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If I had a small space, a pair of SB13-Ultras would be sweet.
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ahhh, just curious. never noticed the outlet section. Just deciding on either a ported or sealed ultra and was looking for a good deal through them.
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If it's for ht I would get the PB. They have one for 1799 in the outlet right now

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What is the size of your room? If its small and sealed then a pair of SB13's would be great. If its medium to large then the PB13 would be the best choice.
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it is a dedicated theatre room that is 17x13x8, completely sealed. if i do two subs, i would have to do bookshelves and put both subs in the front corner. If i do towers, i would have to place one sub in the back corner. this is 100% movies, don't care about music. Research i have done says that the bottom end on a full range tower is worthless, if you get a good sub and crossover the frequency accordingly. If i do bookshelves, it would have to have a tweeter w/ 2 drivers. am i thinking correctly on this?
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Room size: 1,768 cu.ft.

Dual Ultras - ported or sealed - would be incredible in a room that size! Hell, even dual PB-1000s would do an impressive job in that space.

Re. bookshelf speakers: You don't need dual (mid-)bass drivers. Just get a well-designed speaker that extends deep enough so that you can comfortably cross your speakers over to your sub(s) at 80Hz.
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They can legally sell them as new. Like how cars can be sold as new after they've been test driven. Obviously, if they had damage, they probably wouldn't do that.
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If I had a small space, a pair of SB13-Ultras would be sweet.


Don't lie....you would get dual S2's

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Don't lie....you would get dual S2's

I was trying to be respectful of the thread title but if I could, absolutely I would.

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