What is your budget? Do you want a reference capable sub system or something that will just fill the void?
Originally Posted by bear123 /t/1517715/sub-recommend#post_24355320
If your budget is $600, I would get the PB12-NSD. This is pretty close to the best ID sub you will find at the price for your needs. However, the real benefit is that you will be able to upgrade to a better sub with SVS within a years time. So you could jump up to say, dual PB2000's by upgrading your PB12 and purchasing a second PB2000.
So, you will have some bass for now, and be able to upgrade to something more ideal when you can.
However, if you can swing $800, the PSA XV15 has the most output of any ID sub until you exceed $1k.
It has a slightly lower tune(17Hz vs 18Hz), and reportedly has about 2.5 dB higher output 25 Hz and up. Yes you pay shipping for upgrading. However, if you feel like this is a good option, the last thing I suggest would be, consider which two subs you would most like to have in the end, and start with one of them, or one from which you can upgrade to.Quote:
Originally Posted by tlee82 /t/1517715/sub-recommend#post_24355356
That's a great suggestion. Do we pay shipping if we upgrade? How much better is the pb2000 compare to pb12nsd?
Originally Posted by fatbottom /t/1517715/sub-recommend#post_24355898
10,000 feet? That is a huge room, you'd probably need to spend a few thousand dollars in a room of that size, probably dual subs at the minimum
What are dimensions?