Originally Posted by Haps
More than adequate. By that I mean I don't want to put in a 10 that is undersized for the room.
As for budget. As low as possible of course but aiming for $400ish(Can). My wife is having a hard time watching me toss out a $1300(Can) subwoofer that is dead and buying a new one.
Here are my current options(all prices Can):
Polk HTS 12 - $400
BIC PL-200ii - $442
Bic F12 - $325
Bic H-100ii - $330
Dayton Sub-1200 - $302
Dayton Sub-1500 - $400
Polk HTS10 - $300
For me both Dayton's are out. Based on what I've gathered I believe the Bic to be a better choice. Seems like the H-100 is a no brainer over the F12. So I'm looking at H100 for $330 or maybe Polk hts12 for $400. But if I'm going to spend $400 why not $442 and get the Pl200ii. Or if the room can handle a 10 I can grab the polk HTS10.
As I write this the more I think the H-100ii lands right in the middle and is a good value. While also not being crazy expensive to add a second down the road if desired.
Skip the H100 II and go for the PL200 II on amazon.ca
but if you can stretch your budget for the PB1000 @ $675 CAD you won't be dissapointed!
Speakers: KEF Q100, Q300, Q750, Q650C, Q50a / Fluance Signature Series/ DCM TP160S-CH Subwoofers: Outlaw Ultra X12 (x2) / BIC H100-IIReceiver: Denon AVR-X4500H, AVR-X1400H Integrated Amplifier: Yamaha A-S501/ Fosi Audio TPA3116 mini amp Extras: MiniDSP Umik-1 Amplifier: Emotiva BasX-A300 Next Speakers: Triangle BR03, Revel Concerta2 M16, KEF LS50, Dynaudio Emit M20, Buchardt S400, Triangle Comet ez, KEF R3