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post #31 of 41 Old 02-11-2014, 01:17 PM
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SVS pays return shipping?

Yup! Only company I know of that does.
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Yup! Only company I know of that does.

That's impressive.

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IMO, the XV15. It's ported and powerful, and offers both plenty of output and sub-20Hz extension. By all accounts, it's "tight" / "accurate" and as good with music as it is with HT. And it falls within your budget max.

I agree with this suggestion.  It has the highest maximum output of any sub under $800, and should weigh heavily in your decision due to your large space.

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I'd have to go with the XV15 in your space.
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SVS pays return shipping?

Yes they do. smile.gif

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Yes they do. smile.gif

No they don't.  Customers who buy SVS subs and keep them, pay return shipping for those that send them back ;)

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No they don't.  Customers who buy SVS subs and keep them, pay return shipping for those that send them back wink.gif

Yea, I realize the shipping is built into the price, but at least you know going in that it's covered. So price you see is the price you pay, no hidden expenses, makes life simpler.

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Just being silly.  I understand what you mean, anyone who demos an SVS sub pays no shipping either way, which is nice for someone who is a bit uncertain.

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At least with Rythmik, I know who's shipping I'm paying for. tongue.gif
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Wow! Did not expect this type of response. I am impressed with the input and banter and support. It sounds like most support the PSA for its power and ability to handle a room this size. It being down firing is a plus with an 19 month old daughter. As I stated in my post one now and second one later. Svs is a close second with their consistency, service and upgrade program. Agree about HSU, more control, but I would have to Max it out due to size if room. Will call Tom at PSA, who answered my email questions last week, to order and see if he will honor dual discount a few months later if I can find the funds earlier.

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Wow! Did not expect this type of response. I am impressed with the input and banter and support. It sounds like most support the PSA for its power and ability to handle a room this size. It being down firing is a plus with an 19 month old daughter. As I stated in my post one now and second one later. Svs is a close second with their consistency, service and upgrade program. Agree about HSU, more control, but I would have to Max it out due to size if room. Will call Tom at PSA, who answered my email questions last week, to order and see if he will honor dual discount a few months later if I can find the funds earlier.

Thanks!

 

 

I don't see why he wouldn't honor the discount.  He's a great guy to deal with and he's honored a few late discounts for some of the guys over in the PSA thread. 


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