6000cft room w/ large opening: Dual SVS PB-12NSD vs One VTF15H?
I'm planning to add a sub to my Klipsch RP-280/450C setup and am torn between this week's deals for the SVS-PB-12NSD and the HSU VTF-15h. From my reading the VTF will be more powerful and my room is quite large, so I am...
Here is my set up:
Denon x4000 Receiver 7.2 channel
2 x Q900's KEF tower speakers
1 x Q600c KEF Centre channel
2 x Q300 KEF Rear Speakers
1 x 12" SVS Sub
2 x KEF Ceiling speakers (Each speaker takes 4 wires)
So with this current set up I can only get the 5.1 working and one ceiling speaker...
Here is my set up in my basement:
5.1 set up : KEF Q900 Fronts; Q600c Centre; SVS PSB12 Sub; Q300 Rear
2 x KEF's Ci160CSds Dual Stereo Square Ceiling Speakers
Samsung 75" LED 6300series TV
Here is my problem that I'm hoping you can guys can help me with.
I mainly use the 5.1...
I've seen many threads comparing the PB12-NSD vs the PB12-Plus but what do you think or the PB-2000? Is it worth it to drop another 500$ (I'm in Canada) for the Plus?
I already bought the PB-2000 like 3 weeks ago through SonicBoomAudio.com. Was supposed to have it last week...
trying to put together my speakers for my surround sound , but having trouble deciding what to do here, because there are so many good speakers out there. my room is 13 x 20 and open on one end for another 10 ft, i currantly own an integra 4.0, , switching to denon x4000,pb 12 nsd svs, center...
Just getting my feet wet in the world of powered amplifiers so be gentle with my question lol. I currently have an Onkyo TX-NR809 receiver pushing two SVS Ultra Towers, SVS Ultra Center, 4 SVS SBS-01 surrounds and also have a SVS PB12 Ultra/2 subwoofer. After reading up and talking to the folks...
As many of you know, I got my new SVS PB12-NSD on Friday. I just hooked it up and was re-going through the Audyssey set-up calibration.
As a reminder:
Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
Front L/R: Polk Audio RTi8
Center: Polk Audio CSi5
Surround R/L: Polk Audio Monitor 40
Trying to get my hands on a decent sub for now and want to make dual subs later. Originally wanted to get the PB12-NSD (which were on sale here in Canada) but realized they are sold out and discontinued. My plan was to buy one now and one later since my research told me that they are just as...
12x12 room 10' ceiling
90% movie watching, 10% music (or less)
Denon AVR E-400
SLS Q-Line Gold 7 speakers like crossover around 120hz
I have the opportunity to by the SVS at $550
the Rythmik is $599
the VTF-2 is $596
I'm torn between the three, any opinions?
Edit: I added a third choice
I recently upgraded my Polk Audio PSW505 subwoofer to a SVS PB12-NSD but haven't got it hooked up yet (doing it tomorrow)
Currently my set-up is as follows:
Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
Front: Polk Audio RTi8
Center: Polk Audio CSi5
Surround L/R: Polk Audio Monitor 40
Can someone explain to me what factors of the driver determines its maximum output?
I've always thought it is Sd and Xmax, but something tells me this isn't right.
According to this , the old SVS PB2-Ultra, with two heavy duty 12'' drivers with 28-30mm Xmax in a very large ported enclosure...
I have kinda got the itch to upgrade my two velodyne vx-11's with something better and I am wondering what would be the best choice
An Outlaw LFM-1, SVS PB12-NSD or a DIY build.
I really like the DIY route, but want to get a great performing sub I would likely spend around $400 for a DIY...
HI Guys - I have the following speakers in my home theater setup with projector:
Energy RC70 L/R, Energy 5.2c center, a pair of quest tower speakers for sides and a pair of pioneer towers for the back and recently just bought the SVS pb12 sub
I currently have a Yamaha HTR6060 receiver and...
Let me start by saying I know this is commonly asked question, but with new products out and on the very near horizon I felt it to be fair game to ask...
I am presently running 3 subs (2 boston rally 12s in custom boxes for home use and a boston cps12wi) that I got free from my old boss. I...
Hello all! Well it's that great time of year when bonuses start hitting. Now I am looking into upgrading my front 3 speakers. My set up is currently as follows:
AVR:Denon AVR 3808CI
Front: 2 Definitive Technology ProMonitor 100's
Center: Definitive Technology ProCenter 100
So I have started planning my first theatre in my basement and I have been reading quite a but but I feel like I have a few silly questions that are blocking me and I was hoping I could get some guidance before I proceed.
I'm going to be using hat channels and clips to isolate the room with...
I have had a SVS PB12-ISD since 2005 and couldnt be much happier. Great sub and still going strong. However, Im considering adding a second sub to the mix. Would adding a SB12-NSD be appropriate in this scenario? Dont really want to sell the old ISD just to buy two identical NSDs. Thanks!