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Room is 14 by 17, open behind the couch that faces the TV. Home is a villa sharing that one wall with neighbor that the TV and speakers reside on.
Advantage to SC 4000 is ease of control/volume.. advantage to SVS is.. well it is SVS.. and it is $150 less. Cannot have too much bass or will end up with complaints so SVS is a bit of a concern. Speakers are B & W satellites soon to be upgraded


Which one should I buy and WHY?


PLEASE help.
 

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Get the SVS, I had the DT and ive heard the SB2000 in my space, its much cleaner and goes lower. FYI, better to be able to have too much bass, than wanting more and no headroom to get there.
 

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Get the SVS, I had the DT and ive heard the SB2000 in my space, its much cleaner and goes lower. FYI, better to be able to have too much bass, than wanting more and no headroom to get there.
So true and I have 2 SVS subs already that I LOVE (at another location). It was the ability to modify the settings with the remote that was attractive and if the sound was Tighter/less room shaking, MAYBE the 4000 would make sense.


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So true and I have 2 SVS subs already that I LOVE (at another location). It was the ability to modify the settings with the remote that was attractive and if the sound was Tighter/less room shaking, MAYBE the 4000 would make sense.


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I have the SC8000 (bought before I knew better :( ) and I use the remote......never. Unless I need or want to mute or turn the sub off. The DSPs all sound funny/weird and do more harm than good.

Get the SVS without a doubt.
 
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