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Well I couldn't find a percent tune for the sb2000, as it depends on what's playing.
It'll sound great with music, then when I watch a movie it'll be too much.
Luckily the dials are under my bed so I can tune it easily.
the SB2000 is great though, shakes my room with ease.

If you have an Audyssey AVR, try turning DEQ off for movies (or using one of the RLO settings) and see if that helps.

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The PB13 is just silly...

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Just wondering what volumes are you listening at and what movie were you watching?

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So over the weekend, watched some movies and Daredevil with the dual SB2000s. Thoroughly impressed by what it can do, but when the source asks for 20hz or below, the SB2000's cabinets would actually vibrate pretty damn hard, was literally shaking left and right.

In fact, using the stock feets, the subs were actually bouncing on the floor! I needed to switch to the soundpath feets (yes I know it does almost nothing) for the wider rubber surfaces to stop them from bouncing actually.

No distortion, cone flapping or bottoming out to speak of though (where my SB1000 had), so at least that's a plus. Anyone experienced the same thing?
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So over the weekend, watched some movies and Daredevil with the dual SB2000s. Thoroughly impressed by what it can do, but when the source asks for 20hz or below, the SB2000's cabinets would actually vibrate pretty damn hard, was literally shaking left and right.

In fact, using the stock feets, the subs were actually bouncing on the floor! I needed to switch to the soundpath feets (yes I know it does almost nothing) for the wider rubber surfaces to stop them from bouncing actually.

No distortion, cone flapping or bottoming out to speak of though (where my SB1000 had), so at least that's a plus. Anyone experienced the same thing?
My ultras move when pushed hard also, on tile.
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Is anyone using their sub with a bass shaker? Just set up my PB1000 and I'm having a hard time finding the right balance between the two.

Can you give a little more info on what you mean by the right balance between the two?


Do you have your shakers powered by a separate amp?


I have 4 shakers connected to a plate amp that has a volume (gain) control and a frequency control, so its easy for me to reach behind the couch where the plate amp is and adjust the shakers. Usually it's set it and forget it, but some movies I'll turn up the shakers.


Much of the time I can't discern what is coming from the shakers vs. what is coming from my PC12+ sub.


My connection is from the AVR sub out to a y-splitter. One split to the sub and one to the plate amp.


When I run Audyssey, I disconnect the plate amp and reconnect when finished.

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So over the weekend, watched some movies and Daredevil with the dual SB2000s. Thoroughly impressed by what it can do, but when the source asks for 20hz or below, the SB2000's cabinets would actually vibrate pretty damn hard, was literally shaking left and right.

In fact, using the stock feets, the subs were actually bouncing on the floor! I needed to switch to the soundpath feets (yes I know it does almost nothing) for the wider rubber surfaces to stop them from bouncing actually.

No distortion, cone flapping or bottoming out to speak of though (where my SB1000 had), so at least that's a plus. Anyone experienced the same thing?
They on hard floor or carpet? I'm getting my SB2000's tomorrow and wondering if this will happen to me too - I'm on carpet.
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Can you give a little more info on what you mean by the right balance between the two?


Do you have your shakers powered by a separate amp?


I have 4 shakers connected to a plate amp that has a volume (gain) control and a frequency control, so its easy for me to reach behind the couch where the plate amp is and adjust the shakers. Usually it's set it and forget it, but some movies I'll turn up the shakers.


Much of the time I can't discern what is coming from the shakers vs. what is coming from my PC12+ sub.


My connection is from the AVR sub out to a y-splitter. One split to the sub and one to the plate amp.


When I run Audyssey, I disconnect the plate amp and reconnect when finished.




What kind shakers do u have ?


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Can you give a little more info on what you mean by the right balance between the two?


Do you have your shakers powered by a separate amp?


I have 4 shakers connected to a plate amp that has a volume (gain) control and a frequency control, so its easy for me to reach behind the couch where the plate amp is and adjust the shakers. Usually it's set it and forget it, but some movies I'll turn up the shakers.


Much of the time I can't discern what is coming from the shakers vs. what is coming from my PC12+ sub.


My connection is from the AVR sub out to a y-splitter. One split to the sub and one to the plate amp.


When I run Audyssey, I disconnect the plate amp and reconnect when finished.
I had played around with the levels of each since that post. When I first posted, I was noticing significantly more bass shaker than actual bass from the woofer no matter what I adjusted. I think I've leveled it out nicely, though. Mostly just took some getting used to.

I've got one Aura Pro in our loveseat powered by an APA150. My AVR has two subwoofer preouts so I use one for the PB1000 and one for the APA. I never once considered unplugging the amp when running MCACC - I was going back and turning the AVR dB WAYYY down on the second "sub" since that mic can't hear it.
I was never really concerned about shaking the place with my old Monoprice subs, but now.... I'm always turning things down to make sure my neighbors aren't ringing the bell or pounding on the door Can't even imagine what will happen once the Prime speakers arrive!

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My ultras move when pushed hard also, on tile.
My subs are on tiles as well. Seems like a common thing, reading around.


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Hard floor, tile.

I'm not saying the sub shaking around is a bad thing, I'm just even more impressed that with the SB2000 being pushed so hard it didn't lose its composure (which my previous SB1000 did). I was pushing around 101db at my MLP (6ft away) when my subs were shaking and bouncing, so unless you play that loud, you shouldn't have an issue.
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Sub will not move on carpet so you're fine. For those of you with the sub on tile I might even consider something like an Auralex Great Gramma or Subdue to fix the problem of the sub moving around. It won't do a thing for the quality, but at least your sub won't walk away from you during a movie.

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Just got a special delivery yesterday, two PB-2000s. Can't wait to get these things hooked up. They are HUGE! Speakers will be delivered today so I am going to try and get everything set up in the living room until our basement gets finished. I'm ready to start getting noise complaints



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Just got a special delivery yesterday, two PB-2000s. Can't wait to get these things hooked up. They are HUGE! Speakers will be delivered today so I am going to try and get everything set up in the living room until our basement gets finished. I'm ready to start getting noise complaints
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New speakers and new subs at the same time--that is definitely exciting!

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haha if only I didnt have to work. Waiting all day to put together everything is making this day take forever
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haha if only I didnt have to work. Waiting all day to put together everything is making this day take forever
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Tell the boss you "have a booming headache and need to go home to turn it down a notch."
If I havn't had to work from home so much due to the basement project I probably would have. I've burned a lot of good employee points having to meet with contractors etc.

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Sub will not move on carpet so you're fine. For those of you with the sub on tile I might even consider something like an Auralex Great Gramma or Subdue to fix the problem of the sub moving around. It won't do a thing for the quality, but at least your sub won't walk away from you during a movie.
I'm using the soundpath feets, the SB2000 hasn't moved an inch even when pushed to its very limits. It doesn't however stop the awkward cabinet vibration from side to side, not a flaw of course because I've seen way heavier and bigger subs do the same thing.
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I'm using the soundpath feets, the SB2000 hasn't moved an inch even when pushed to its very limits. It doesn't however stop the awkward cabinet vibration from side to side, not a flaw of course because I've seen way heavier and bigger subs do the same thing.
For those who may be looking for a cheaper alternative, I bought a pack of these, and double-stacked them on each of my SB2000's... it doesn't look as pretty as the soundpath feet, but they work the same way.
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Hello. I just wanted to get some opinions with a potential upgrade.
I currently have 2 sb12 nsd's in a secondary system in my basement. I have been considering upgrading to 2 sb2000's. It would cost me $622 to upgrade. Has anyone gone from the nsd's to the 2000's? Is it a worthy upgrade?

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I currently have 2 sb12 nsd's in a secondary system in my basement. I have been considering upgrading to 2 sb2000's. It would cost me $622 to upgrade. Has anyone gone from the nsd's to the 2000's? Is it a worthy upgrade?
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I currently have 2 sb12 nsd's in a secondary system in my basement. I have been considering upgrading to 2 sb2000's. It would cost me $622 to upgrade. Has anyone gone from the nsd's to the 2000's? Is it a worthy upgrade?
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Thanks Mongo, that's what I was thinking also but always looking for an upgrade and really don't want or need the sb13 Ultra


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