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Per the stickied thread:


1. Budget: $500


2. Size requirements/limits. Dimensions don't really matter. Would prefer something under 100 lbs though.


3. Room dimensions. 10(W )x 14.5(L) x 7(H)


4. Primary uses. 100% HT, Music not important with this system


5. Listening habits. Not Loud, Moderate or slightly under moderate volume.


6. Appearance requirements. Doesn't matter.


7. Timeframe. Will wait a month or two if needed. Gives me more time to learn about placement, settings ....


I have been primarily comparing the eD a2-300 and the SvS PB10. I was wondering if it is possible to flip the Ed sub into a forward firing position instead of downfiring, port being left open of course? I've been using a Kenwood SW36-HT which came with my first HtiB system back in 02-03. It doesn't go that low and can be quite boomy at times. I'm open for any suggestions. Thanks!




Current Gear:


Projector: Sanyo Z3

Screen: 106' Da-lite Hi-Power

Reciever: Pioneer VSX-01TXH

LR Speakers: Klipsch RVX-54

C Speaker: Klipsch RVX-42

SS: Klipsch RSX-4

Subwoofer: Kenwood SW36-HT ....
 

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Originally Posted by BlackRiderX /forum/post/15565738


Per the stickied thread:


1. Budget: $500


2. Size requirements/limits. Dimensions don't really matter. Would prefer something under 100 lbs though.


3. Room dimensions. 10(W )x 14.5(L) x 7(H)


4. Primary uses. 100% HT, Music not important with this system


5. Listening habits. Not Loud, Moderate or slightly under moderate volume.


6. Appearance requirements. Doesn't matter.


7. Timeframe. Will wait a month or two if needed. Gives me more time to learn about placement, settings ....


I have been primarily comparing the eD a2-300 and the SvS PB10. I was wondering if it is possible to flip the Ed sub into a forward firing position instead of downfiring, port being left open of course? I've been using a Kenwood SW36-HT which came with my first HtiB system back in 02-03. It doesn't go that low and can be quite boomy at times. I'm open for any suggestions. Thanks!




Current Gear:


Projector: Sanyo Z3

Screen: 106' Da-lite Hi-Power

Reciever: Pioneer VSX-01TXH

LR Speakers: Klipsch RVX-54

C Speaker: Klipsch RVX-42

SS: Klipsch RSX-4

Subwoofer: Kenwood SW36-HT ....

The SVS 25-31PCi is another great sub in your price range. SVS can also tune it to 22Hz for a little lower extention for HT.
 

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Originally Posted by rottenkid /forum/post/15568080


SVS has a PB-10 in B-stock for $385. and a PC-12 NSD for $499. I have a 20-39PCI and I am happy with it.

That B stock 12 NSD is no stock NSD. Been up on their site as 0 quantity all day.

Probably tommorow as well.
 

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Check ebay as well. You can pick up something used for VERY reasonable prices. Any of the SVS products are worth every penny.


Also check audiogon.com
 
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