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Thoughts on new subwoofer options

Hey guys looking for some input on new subwoofer options. I just picked up the Polk HTS 10 because I was able to get a really good deal on it ($190). The problem is after having it for two days it just is not cutting it. I am coming off of using a KRK S10 in this setup which I have decided to start using again for making music. The polk does not even compare to the KRK sub and is a major downgrade. The Polk actually has a pleasant sound that I would describe as smooth, but it is not loud, produces no impact, and is making a popping noise when pushed. I will be returning it if possible and if not I will be selling it. My system use is evenly distributed between movies and music and the sub will be incorporated into a 7.1 channel system. The sub cannot be huge which rules out the monolith 10 (and others like that). The options I am looking at now are:

SVS SB-2000 (original model) for $599
Emotiva S12 for $699
Rythmik L12 for $559
Monoprice Monlith M10-S

All of these subs are (out of my price range), so the prices are important. Any thoughts on these subs, or any others that you could recommend?

I also found a pair of the Emotiva Basx8's on ebay for $300. It is hard to find info on these as they are no longer made, but they seem solid. I expect some serious output after using the KRK, so does anyone know if two of these will do the trick as $300 is much more appealing to me.

I would like to clarify: I know that the Basx8 subs will not play as low as the other subs I mentioned, but The KRK was only rated to go down to 28hz which I believe is comparable with the Basx8. The KRK may not have gone as low as the subs I listed but it was loud and would shake the house. Any thoughts on two of these Emotiva's doing the same?

My room is roughly 1600 cubic feet, but features two open doorway on either side. I know this is terrible! but its what I have to work with.

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Hey guys looking for some input on new subwoofer options. I just picked up the Polk HTS 10 because I was able to get a really good deal on it ($190). The problem is after having it for two days it just is not cutting it. I am coming off of using a KRK S10 in this setup which I have decided to start using again for making music. The polk does not even compare to the KRK sub and is a major downgrade. The Polk actually has a pleasant sound that I would describe as smooth, but it is not loud, produces no impact, and is making a popping noise when pushed. I will be returning it if possible and if not I will be selling it. My system use is evenly distributed between movies and music and the sub will be incorporated into a 7.1 channel system. The sub cannot be huge which rules out the monolith 10 (and others like that). The options I am looking at now are:



SVS SB-2000 (original model) for $599

Emotiva S12 for $699

Rythmik L12 for $559

Monoprice Monlith M10-S



All of these subs are (out of my price range), so the prices are important. Any thoughts on these subs, or any others that you could recommend?



I also found a pair of the Emotiva Basx8's on ebay for $300. It is hard to find info on these as they are no longer made, but they seem solid. I expect some serious output after using the KRK, so does anyone know if two of these will do the trick as $300 is much more appealing to me.



I would like to clarify: I know that the Basx8 subs will not play as low as the other subs I mentioned, but The KRK was only rated to go down to 28hz which I believe is comparable with the Basx8. The KRK may not have gone as low as the subs I listed but it was loud and would shake the house. Any thoughts on two of these Emotiva's doing the same?
Save your money up and buy a Seaton JS 12

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Save your money up and buy a Seaton JS 12

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I appreciate the input, but that is just not an option. the options I listed are already stretching my budget very thin.
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According to the specs on its product page, the KRK 10s has a 160W amp and extension to 34Hz +/- ??dB.

It's not on your list but you might want to consider the well-rated, 350W RSL Speedwoofer 10S ($399, shipped).
(Note: It's currently out of stock in black; still available in white.)
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I think your only two reasonable options are the RSL Speedwoofer ($399.00, free returns within trial period) or the SVS PB1000 ($499.00, free returns etc..). I am a big fan of the Speedwoofer--that little sub hits above it's weight class. I compared these two and slightly preferred the Speedwoofer, but I think my preference was purely subjective and hard to quantify. Really inexpensive options might be the Dayton 1000 or 1200--not the most sophisticated but they hit hard for movies.

Or you could do as suggested and save up for a $1300.00 sub .
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Hey guys looking for some input on new subwoofer options. I just picked up the Polk HTS 10 because I was able to get a really good deal on it ($190). The problem is after having it for two days it just is not cutting it. I am coming off of using a KRK S10 in this setup which I have decided to start using again for making music. The polk does not even compare to the KRK sub and is a major downgrade. The Polk actually has a pleasant sound that I would describe as smooth, but it is not loud, produces no impact, and is making a popping noise when pushed. I will be returning it if possible and if not I will be selling it. My system use is evenly distributed between movies and music and the sub will be incorporated into a 7.1 channel system. The sub cannot be huge which rules out the monolith 10 (and others like that). The options I am looking at now are:

SVS SB-2000 (original model) for $599
Emotiva S12 for $699
Rythmik L12 for $559
Monoprice Monlith M10-S

All of these subs are (out of my price range), so the prices are important. Any thoughts on these subs, or any others that you could recommend?

I also found a pair of the Emotiva Basx8's on ebay for $300. It is hard to find info on these as they are no longer made, but they seem solid. I expect some serious output after using the KRK, so does anyone know if two of these will do the trick as $300 is much more appealing to me.

I would like to clarify: I know that the Basx8 subs will not play as low as the other subs I mentioned, but The KRK was only rated to go down to 28hz which I believe is comparable with the Basx8. The KRK may not have gone as low as the subs I listed but it was loud and would shake the house. Any thoughts on two of these Emotiva's doing the same?

My room is roughly 1600 cubic feet, but features two open doorway on either side. I know this is terrible! but its what I have to work with.
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I think your only two reasonable options are the RSL Speedwoofer ($399.00, free returns within trial period) or the SVS PB1000 ($499.00, free returns etc..). I am a big fan of the Speedwoofer--that little sub hits above it's weight class. I compared these two and slightly preferred the Speedwoofer, but I think my preference was purely subjective and hard to quantify. Really inexpensive options might be the Dayton 1000 or 1200--not the most sophisticated but they hit hard for movies.



Or you could do as suggested and save up for a $1300.00 sub .
He already wasted money on one subwoofer. Buy once cry once. Not a cheap hobby . You have to know that going into it. Used subwoofer market is a good place to stretch one's budget.

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I appreciate the input, but that is just not an option. the options I listed are already stretching my budget very thin.
I'd say you'd be better served saving your coin until you can purchase a serious subwoofer.

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Are you wanting to stick to sealed? You get a bit more bang for your buck with ported. The monolith 10" (sealed or ported) is probably biggest bang for buck under $500. If you go just above consider the Rythmik LV12F or HSU VTF2.
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Are you wanting to stick to sealed? You get a bit more bang for your buck with ported. The monolith 10" (sealed or ported) is probably biggest bang for buck under $500. If you go just above consider the Rythmik LV12F or HSU VTF2.
Was looking at the monolith. It's just a little bit too big. I may be able to consider it as an option, but not sure. I am not opposed to ported subs, its just that in this price range they all seem to be tremendous.
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Was looking at the monolith. It's just a little bit too big. I may be able to consider it as an option, but not sure. I am not opposed to ported subs, its just that in this price range they all seem to be tremendous.
I would look at used subwoofers on US Audio Mart.

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I think your only two reasonable options are the RSL Speedwoofer ($399.00, free returns within trial period) or the SVS PB1000 ($499.00, free returns etc..). I am a big fan of the Speedwoofer--that little sub hits above it's weight class. I compared these two and slightly preferred the Speedwoofer, but I think my preference was purely subjective and hard to quantify. Really inexpensive options might be the Dayton 1000 or 1200--not the most sophisticated but they hit hard for movies.

Or you could do as suggested and save up for a $1300.00 sub .
Looking at the RSL right now and I am really impressed at what I see. The white will not do sadly so if i decide to go this route I will have to wait until it is back in stock.
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Looking at the RSL right now and I am really impressed at what I see. The white will not do sadly so if i decide to go this route I will have to wait until it is back in stock.
There are a pair of used SVS PB 2000's for sale in the classifieds right now just saying.

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My criteria were the same as yours when I was looking a few months ago. Around $500-ish or less, physically smaller than most in the same price class (WAF very important in my case), 50% music/movie split, etc.

I ended up getting the Rythmik L12. This is in our family room, which is part of the typical downstairs open floor-plan. So it is probably "undersized" for the room by most people's standards on this forum. However, I am thrilled with it, and it is plenty for how my wife and I listen (we aren't looking to shake the whole house on bass-heavy movie soundtracks).

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Anyway you can post a link to where they are on sale?
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Anyway you can post a link to where they are on sale?
Right here on AVS forum in the classified ads under Audio. I don't think we are supposed to link to them in the discussion threads.

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I think the Hsu VTF2.5 will offer the most output in the smallest footprint with real 16 and 20 Hz output. Within the upper end of your budget, only 15" wide which is small for a ported sub:
http://www.hsuresearch.com/products/vtf-2mk5.html

It is *tremendously* more capable than the Speedwoofer 10S, as in, 10 dB more output at 20 Hz. Would take 3-4 to match a single VTF2.5

Speedwoofer seems really well liked for a little less money but the Hsu will offer a lot more performance. Worth stretching your size constraints just a bit imo.

Since they were mentioned, PB2000's are quite large. The Hsu substantially outperforms it as well, overall, although the PB2000 will have a tiny advantage at 20 Hz.
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I think the Hsu VTF2.5 will offer the most output in the smallest footprint with real 16 and 20 Hz output. Within the upper end of your budget, only 15" wide which is small for a ported sub:
http://www.hsuresearch.com/products/vtf-2mk5.html

It is *tremendously* more capable than the Speedwoofer 10S, as in, 10 dB more output at 20 Hz. Would take 3-4 to match a single VTF2.5

Speedwoofer seems really well liked for a little less money but the Hsu will offer a lot more performance. Worth stretching your size constraints just a bit imo.

Since they were mentioned, PB2000's are quite large. The Hsu substantially outperforms it as well, overall, although the PB2000 will have a tiny advantage at 20 Hz.
I realize now that it was the PB 2000'S mentioned and not the SB variation. The PB's are just too large and the same sadly goes for the hsu. If there is any thought on a winner between the RSL and the SVS SB 2000. I know that higher price doesn't always mean better, but being that the new generation is currently $799, the $599 that Newegg has the original version listed for seems like a pretty good deal. From what I understand there is not much difference between the two versions sonically. The SVS also features pretty advanced dsp technology for the price bracket it is in. For $599 would the SVS outperform the RSL at $399?
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I realize now that it was the PB 2000'S mentioned and not the SB variation. The PB's are just too large and the same sadly goes for the hsu. If there is any thought on a winner between the RSL and the SVS SB 2000. I know that higher price doesn't always mean better, but being that the new generation is currently $799, the $599 that Newegg has the original version listed for seems like a pretty good deal. From what I understand there is not much difference between the two versions sonically. The SVS also features pretty advanced dsp technology for the price bracket it is in. For $599 would the SVS outperform the RSL at $399?
Out of those 2 choices,I'd personally take the SVS.
Performance wise they are extremely close under ~40hz (give or take a dB here and there), with the SVS having a slight advantage above that.
The only downside of the SB-2000 is that you may not be able to get a second one down the line as it's a discontinued model

Edit*. seeing you were considering the $700 Emotiva, is there any chance of stretching the budget for 2 x Speedwoofer 10s's?? If so that'd be my first choice
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I realize now that it was the PB 2000'S mentioned and not the SB variation. The PB's are just too large and the same sadly goes for the hsu. If there is any thought on a winner between the RSL and the SVS SB 2000. I know that higher price doesn't always mean better, but being that the new generation is currently $799, the $599 that Newegg has the original version listed for seems like a pretty good deal. From what I understand there is not much difference between the two versions sonically. The SVS also features pretty advanced dsp technology for the price bracket it is in. For $599 would the SVS outperform the RSL at $399?
What exactly is the price you can live with (or did I miss that)?

Since you want to avoid a large footprint and you have a 50% music use case, I'd stick to sealed. The RSL at $399 is a good bet. Another option if you can wait is the SVS SB12NSD, which they produce a couple of times per year @$399.

Otherwise I wouldn't waste your money again on something lower. Not ideal but go without until you can swing one of the two above subs.
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The SVS is better than the speed woofer, but if your wiling to spend $600 to get something better, then I'd go with the Rythmik L12. It will outperform them both and be a clear upgrade, and is a little cheaper than the SB2000.

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Out of those 2 choices,I'd personally take the SVS.
Performance wise they are extremely close under ~40hz (give or take a dB here and there), with the SVS having a slight advantage above that.
The only downside of the SB-2000 is that you may not be able to get a second one down the line as it's a discontinued model

Edit*. seeing you were considering the $700 Emotiva, is there any chance of stretching the budget for 2 x Speedwoofer 10s's?? If so that'd be my first choice
Yep I am leaning away from the SVS for exactly that reason. I can't have a huge subwoofer, but two smaller subs is a possibility down the road. I am now leaning towards either the Rythmik L12 or the RSL Speedwoofer.
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Yep I am leaning away from the SVS for exactly that reason. I can't have a huge subwoofer, but two smaller subs is a possibility down the road. I am now leaning towards either the Rythmik L12 or the RSL Speedwoofer.
I would get the Rythmik L12 over the Speedwoofer. The L12 has the servo and digs deeper.
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