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Seems like it would play hell in the long run with your components being vibrated like that though. The entertainment center doesnt vibrate? No concern there?
Nope no more than if the subs were across the room. But to answer your question the components don't vibrate at all. I always have the case for the BR I am watching in the console and it never vibrates or falls off.
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Nope no more than if the subs were across the room. But to answer your question the components don't vibrate at all. I always have the case for the BR I am watching in the console and it never vibrates or falls off.
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Just ordered the XS15. I just spoke with Tom and ordered it through him. Thanks again, Tom! I see you on a lot of different audio forums. Do you ever sleep?
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Just ordered the XS15. I just spoke with Tom and ordered it through him. Thanks again, Tom! I see you on a lot of different audio forums. Do you ever sleep?

Love to hear how you feel once it arrives. Let us know!

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Love to hear how you feel once it arrives. Let us know!

Got it yesterday, ran Audyssey, set crossovers and got busy. Initially the mid to low bass for bass guitars and kick drum seemed very subdued, likely because I'm not used to "tight" bass and my old sub was bloated in that region of frequencies. But when I put in "Transformers" I felt things I've never felt before. The LFE seemed to come from *everywhere!* Very powerful, at one point it felt like something was under my couch trying to lift it up.

All in all, I'm very happy with my purchase. I've been chatting with Tom from PSA and I'm going to be doing some experimenting with placement and stuff this weekend.
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Got it yesterday, ran Audyssey, set crossovers and got busy. Initially the mid to low bass for bass guitars and kick drum seemed very subdued, likely because I'm not used to "tight" bass and my old sub was bloated in that region of frequencies. But when I put in "Transformers" I felt things I've never felt before. The LFE seemed to come from *everywhere!* Very powerful, at one point it felt like something was under my couch trying to lift it up.

All in all, I'm very happy with my purchase. I've been chatting with Tom from PSA and I'm going to be doing some experimenting with placement and stuff this weekend.


Im breaking in a new receiver and "Transformers" happened to be on-.... my dual xs30's are shaking my house....lol ((im in a different room))

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