I don't think my G25HP is huge but that's me. I have had some people impressed by the size of my F12SE in my office and I want to point them to the behemoth in the living room. So yeah it's all relative I guess.
perfect, I’ll look and see if I can find info on the screw size for the SVS soundpath.Hi Wade,
While I do not use these, or any other one for this matter. Since my subs sit on an heavy carpet, over a concrete floor.
They should work with any type of sub, as long the screw match the sub treads. And if the screw provide, is the wrong treads. A simple trip to your local hardware store, would remedy this small problem.
My previous was meant to say, if the SVS soundpath provide screws is not the same as your Rythmic E15 treads built into them. You will have to buy some, that will fit your Rythmik for length and widths. While I do not see the width been more much different, if the screws hole on your sub is larger. A simple small surgery using a drill to enlarge the hole on the Soundpath, will take care of that.perfect, I’ll look and see if I can find info on the screw size for the SVS soundpath.
Agree. I just went through a similar thought process for the last few weeks. I ended up pulling the trigger on 3 G22-SE today.What do you consider "huge"? Some feel the FV25HP is reasonably sized while I have heard others say a 12" ported sub is massive. I have seen the F18 mentioned in conjunction with your posts and that one is a gem so if it fits your budget and size restrictions it should be given serious consideration.
I recently installated 4 Penn-Elcom 9106 Rubber Cabinet Feet ($16 shipped from Parts Express) on a sub – installation of feet to rest on my suspended hardwood floor cleaned up the bass significantly, presumably by removing floor and wall rattle and stabilizing the sub.yes, my sub is on hardwoods so I’m looking to dampen the floor vibration.
I’ve seen sales on their FV15hp and FV18 before. There’s no pattern to when they happen. It seems like they’ll put it on sale to empty existing stock before their next shipping container from China arrives (probably for warehouse space issues if I had to guess).Does Rythmik ever do discounts or sales? Or is the price on the website pretty constant year-round?
While not really big discount, as previously mention. It is hard to beat such a big value for what you are getting at the original price, and very seldom they go for a small discount.The Rythmik FV18 and FV18 paper cone is $80 off (for any finish). Limited time only.