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post #1 of 9 Old 09-09-2019, 08:14 PM - Thread Starter
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Question [Help] - SVS PB1000 or Klipsch R-112SW?

Hi guys! How are you doing!?

I need some help to chose from this 2 subs, SVS PB1000 or Klipsch R-112SW!

My room is no that big, its small actually, 10x10.

I currently have 5.1.2 system based on DefTech ProCenter 2000, ProMonitor 1000(main), ProMonitor 800(surround), Polk RC60i as Atmos and Klipsch R-10SW plugged on Denon X2400H. Maybe next year i will upgrade the avr to new Denon X6600H or X6500H and add 2 new atmos speaker and moving to 5.1.4

But now im thinking about the sub. I do no have anything to complain about the overall sound that i have but the bass is not that bass, it there but something is missing...

So now i founs this battle between a 10" vs 12" sub. The PB1000 go deeper(19hz) but its a 10" woofer against a 12" woofer that goes down to 24hz. But im thinking about the energy that 12" usually have.

Did anyone here had this experience or have something to help me with?

And btw... sorry for my bad english, its not my native language!

Here is my room:
I Still have to build and enclose to hold the receiver and the sub and hide all those wires!


Audio: Denon X-2400H | Definitive Technology ProCenter 2000 | ProMonitor 1000 Mains | ProMonitor 800 Surround | Polk RC60i(atmos) | Klipsch R-10SW
Video: Sony XBR-65X855D | nVidia ShieldTV
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Of those two choices id get the PB1000. It has deeper extension and a more reliable amp. Nice small space you have there should suit that sub nicely.
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Pb1000 ftw
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PB1000, eventually dual PB1000 would be amazing in a small room like that.
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PB-1000 all day

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Thank you guys! I think this one is the best choice for now!

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Nice comfortable looking set up
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Looking into the future, if he gets 2 pb-1000, where would you advice him to position them? Both in the front?
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I cant find how to quote your messages but i would like to thank you for each one guys!

Now im waiting the PB-1000 and as soon as possible i post the results here!

See you soon!
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Audio: Denon X-2400H | Definitive Technology ProCenter 2000 | ProMonitor 1000 Mains | ProMonitor 800 Surround | Polk RC60i(atmos) | Klipsch R-10SW
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