Originally Posted by ddgtr
How are you doing!
I have a quick question, have you auditioned the HSU's before you bought them, and what else was on you list if any? Are the HSU's indeed more "musical" as some suggest?
(I love that Denon deck player!!)
No, this was a blind buy after 9 months of research. I had the Seaton Submersive, Epik Dragon or Dynasty, and the PB-13 Ultra on my list. The SubM would have been my number 1 choice, but since it was going into a family room at the time, there were no finishes available. Same with the Epiks.
The Ultra was too deep in length so they would not fit in the places I wanted to place my subs.
But I got to tell you I was completely surprised by the ULS-15s ability to play bass notes with such accuracy. I am also amazed at there ability to play extremely loud when needed. To do a blind buy like this and get, what I feel is, one of the best choices out there beside the Seaton SubM was a pleasant surprise.
I have been to audioguy's house and heard his two SubMs and will be going back soon to hear his now 4 SubMs
and the Seaton's SubM and the ULS-15s are the best overall subs out there at their prices. Equally adept at music and movies.
I have to add one disclaimer. I believe the ULS-15s must be bought either as a Dual Drive or Quad Drive in order to get the overall output needed for HT. Unless, of course, it is going into a small sealed room.
The Denon deck still plays my cassettes of DJ music that I mixed back in the late 80s and early 90s. And they have never sounded as good as they do now on the ULS-15s.
Thanks for stopping by my AV friend.