Originally Posted by Kini62
There are members here that can explain it better than me, but it can result in a large range of frequencies that cancel each other out or create excessive peaks.
You should email SVS tech support and ask them if the SB12 (on sale for $399) would work with your PB2000. They'll explain the reasons why it's not a good idea.
Ok, yeah i have read about it and i can probably do more reading. One of these days im just going to have to try it, because reading about it only goes so far.
I haven't been all that happy with my SVS sub, which is why i am where I am. If I loved it, I'd get a second PB 2000 and be done with it, but I would like to try a HSU, Rhythmik, PSA or something similar. The thing is I would like to try and even out the bass now instead of starting over. I suppose I could try and add one from one of those other brands in with the PB 2000, but I am hoping to run at least two identical subs. I was sort of hoping to add 2 cheap ones, that were still decent and then eventually when im ready to spend the money, just get two monster subs from one of the internet direct brands.
I have an older thread where I explain my issues with the PB 2000 and I don't want to sound like I'm constantly complaining about it, because I have come around to really enjoying the way it sounds and SVS has been a great company to work with, but I've always felt the midbass was lacking. After more research it sounded like I could've got more sub for my money with one of the other brands and others felt the way I did about the midbass. I don't know, its really tough to make a determination without sitting down and listening to 5 or 6 competitors at the same time.
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