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they will be hard pressed to get people to drop $380 bucks on that with all the other proven ID vendors...i know i would not pick one up.


But i would like to see a third party review of this bad boy...
 

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they will be hard pressed to get people to drop $380 bucks on that with all the other proven ID vendors...i know i would not pick one up.


But i would like to see a third party review of this bad boy...

Competition is a good thing. I have two of their ASW-8 in my bedroom setup and am more than pleased for the $170 I spent. No doubt I'll be watching these new ones.
 

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Competition is a good thing. I have two of their ASW-8 in my bedroom setup and am more than pleased for the $170 I spent. No doubt I'll be watching these new ones.

I have the ASW-10 and it's pretty good!


Those dual 10-inchers look rather nice. Maybe they'll have a sale again!
 

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I have the ASW-10 and it's pretty good!


Those dual 10-inchers look rather nice. Maybe they'll have a sale again!

Glad your enjoying you ASW-10.


The ASW-10 is a great sub at 30hz and above. Especially when you consider the price. I know of the nothing for 149.00 that sounds as clean and controlled as this sub. The cheap Dayton's don't even sound this good.


I might have to pull the trigger on the T-250. Considering it goes below 25hz for 249.00 I bet this sub will be a big seller.


The T-300 looks rather interesting but there is a huge amount of competition at it's price point and it may be a tougher sell. If it gets a good review and hits it's specs it could be a hit as well. Hopefully Audioholics will review one of the subs.
 

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I have the ASW-10 and it's pretty good!


Those dual 10-inchers look rather nice. Maybe they'll have a sale again!

I was content with spending around $150 on a sub. The ASW-10 looked interesting. But now that I now they were selling it for just $100 just a month or two ago, I don't want to buy it for $150
 

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looks pretty nice. reminds me of my dual side firing klipsch promedias...
 

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why get this when the pa-120 is better and cheaper?

May we know how you got to that conclusion?
Would you happen to have graphs comparing the T250/T300 against the PA-120?
 

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TSC has sales right??? right now these subs are nothing special i think, but with sale prices they could become awesome..

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why get this when the pa-120 is better and cheaper?

the PA-120 is no H-100... its not hsu designed and doesnt have a bash amp afaik... i can understand being enthusiastic about the pa-120 because its so cheap but it doesnt automatically make it the best
 

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I was just about to pull the trigger on 2 x ASW-10 subs and a center channel and bookshelves from them. Now i am going to wait a bit until these are shipping and give them a try. I think 2 x T-250 should fill a 14 x 16 room nicely
 

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Looks like TSC has some new subs coming out. These subs look promising and if they sound as good as the ASW series and really perform like the specs suggest they could become the new budget leaders. The dual 10" for 379.00 looks pretty nice and supposedly hits 19hz.

http://www.thespeakercompany.com/Subwoofers-C17.aspx

Their web site shows 23 Hz here:

http://www.thespeakercompany.com/T30...r-P104C17.aspx


Then seems to be saying down 3 db at 19 Hz.


If you really want 19 Hz, the SVS PB-10 NSD is plus or minus 1 db from 19HZ to 150 Hz, as seen in the graphs when you scroll down:

http://www.hometheaterhifi.com/volum...r-10-2004.html


I would not spend $380 on the T300 until there are some professional reviews.
 
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