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Offer valid through May 22, 2019 or while promotion last. These Monoprice Monolith are THX certified subwoofer w/ low distortion. The amplifier has vast reverse of power for highly accurate, deep bass; perfect for any home theater or music system. - Discomobulated

At the time of research, the 12" Monoprice Monolith 500W Powered Subwoofer (Black) is $140.01 lower (17.50% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $800.

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Wrong. Just turn them down. Dual subs isn't about loudness or volume, it's about smoothing bass response across more seats. With properly placed dual subs, u could actually experience quieter overall bass! It's true.
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Over at AVS Forum there is a whole thread there dedicated to subwoofers where many people have ran tests and calibrations with decent equipment. You can go there to check it out if you want to, but word of warning.....you may get sucked in and end up spending a whole lot of money on some awesome subwoofers if you go over there. Wink It gets pretty difficult to get a good smooth response with 2 drastically different subs. Sealed and ported perform very differently (ported tend to play lower and louder if tuned properly, and sealed tend to have better mid-bass but falls off on the low end without a ton of equalization and power), which makes them difficult to marry in the same setup.
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I would rather get sub from SVS just because they stand behind their product. I bought used subwoofer from craiglist, and SVS sent me replacement amplifier for free even though it was older than 5 years. Monoprice is terrible if you have any issues.
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This is a really awesome sub. Goes super low and is great for movies/ht.
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Just grabbed 2
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If I have a sealed sub, can I add a second ported sub? Would it sound distorted? TIA
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Groundbreaking
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Excellent but too strong for a dual setup. My neighbors won't be too happy
Wrong. Just turn them down. Dual subs isn't about loudness or volume, it's about smoothing bass response across more seats. With properly placed dual subs, u could actually experience quieter overall bass! It's true.
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If I have a sealed sub, can I add a second ported sub? Would it sound distorted? TIA
It's not recommended to mix subs
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If I have a sealed sub, can I add a second ported sub? Would it sound distorted? TIA
Would what sound distorted? Your sealed sub? It depends on many things...the subs capability, room placement, etc. Some sealed subs can out perform some ported subs ...think sealed long throw 15" with 1000 watts vs ported 10" sub with 100 watts. As long as your are able to adjust the phase of one of the subs, you can mix any 2 subs, but the overall system will be limited to the lesser subs' capabilities.
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It's not recommended to mix subs
It is "preferred" to have 2 or more subs of "equal capability". Name brands don't matter. As long as they perform similarly that is all that matters. Mixing two subs with different performance capabilities isn't the best case scenario but can easily be made to work, but the system will be limited by the lesser subs' capabilities.
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Can I pair this with PB12-NSD?
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If I have a sealed sub, can I add a second ported sub? Would it sound distorted? TIA
I have mixed subs (SVS)... it works... probably not ideal but I have space limitations or I would go dual ported subs.
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Can I pair this with PB12-NSD?
U can mix any subs. One sub should have the capability of having adjustable phase. The system will be limited to the lesser subs' capabilities.
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