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SVS Sound Outlet [svsound.com] is running an outlet store sale with various subs on sale.
All items include their 5-year warranty and shipping is free.

https://www.svsound.com/collectio...subwoofers

Examples:They're also giving a 5% discount for dual sub purchase with discount code GODUAL19

I'd been eyeing the PB-1000 myself, so pretty happy about it.

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In using a F-12 right now in a 10X18ish room. Just inst satisfying what i want. Also, I would be getting the SB-2000 not the 1000. 2000 should be significantly better than the 1000 right?
From what I found, you will need two sealed subwoofers to match one ported one of the same wattage. I was disappointed, when I tried sealed subwoofer in a large room. I do believe SVS has free returns if you do not like it, so nothing really to loose.
Good luck!
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My PB2000 shakes my house. Love it. There are some here for sale for a few dollars off retail. Some of them only have scratches on the grill, and that's removable if you don't even like using it.
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I think I'd probably opt for the Monolith in this price range, but folks elsewhere are saying the HSU VTF-2 is the one to beat in the $500 range.
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Would I see a jump moving from 2 PB12-NSD to 2 SB-2000? My theater room is still eating up the two PB12s.
No. On the low end, the ported already has an advantage (in theory -- other comments say they may be more or less matched in SBS's lineup). There's not much difference in the drivers there, either, unless I'm mistaken.

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How is sb-2000 compare with 12" monolith?
The Monolith 10" eats the SB-2000's lunch in terms of low-freq levels. The 12" should take away any advantage at higher-freq levels, too. But it's also $800.

https://www.reddit.com/r/homethea...s_sb_2000/
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How is sb-2000 compare with 12" monolith?
The best way to compare subwoofers is to find the "CEA-2010" measurements if they're available. While there can be some variation in how the measurements are done, it's still going to be the most objective "apples to apples" comparison between any two subs that will show you exactly what you're getting.

Audioholics has the CEA-2010 measurements for the 12" Monolith here:

https://www.audioholics.com/subwo...conclusion

and the SB-2000 measurements are here:

https://www.audioholics.com/subwo...sb-pb-2000

Since it's the same site, the testing parameters should be similar. Comparing the results, the Monolith (sealed) has more output than the SB-2000, especially down low. Ported, it has a little more output than the PB-2000. But keep in mind some of the differences are a fraction of a dB, which isn't going to be audible. So you'll have to decide if it's worth a few hundred bucks more. And don't forget that multiple subwoofers can give you huge benefits in uniformity across the room, so getting two $400 subs can be much better than a single $800 sub in the end. I don't know how long this baby is going to be available, but it would be a great first subwoofer:

https://www.svsound.com/collectio...d-outlet-c
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In for a PB4000 from a PB12NSD! I ordered it yesterday and just called for the price adjustment! WOOT!
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I think I'd probably opt for the Monolith in this price range, but folks elsewhere are saying the HSU VTF-2 is the one to beat in the $500 range.
That's a Mac vs PC religious war right there...

I personally would love a HSU or a SVS or a Monolith. But not everyone is so easily appeased.

(And who knows? Maybe once I got one I'd become a rabid fanboi...)

Side note since no one really mentioned it that I saw: the pb-2000's are also $100 off at $700

https://www.svsound.com/collectio...000-outlet
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I just bought it 2 days ago.
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Thanks, I picked up sound quality good.
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How much better is the sb-2000 from a F-12 BIC? anyone care to comment?
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That's a Mac vs PC religious war right there...

I personally would love a HSU or a SVS or a Monolith. But not everyone is so easily appeased.

(And who knows? Maybe once I got one I'd become a rabid fanboi...)

Side note since no one really mentioned it that I saw: the pb-2000's are also $100 off at $700

https://www.svsound.com/collectio...000-outlet [svsound.com]
Yeah, I kind of figured. THX certification is no small feat, either; those standards are pretty high. I'd probably jump on either on a good sale, if I could get in before they go "out of stock" (only to have plenty the next day... looking at you, Monoprice).
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Would I see a jump moving from 2 PB12-NSD to 2 SB-2000? My theater room is still eating up the two PB12s.
Bro, I don't think anything can help if it's eating 2 PB12-NSD.
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Bro, I don't think anything can help if it's eating 2 PB12-NSD.
It's a pretty big room and placement is limited so part of it may be that they aren't in the best spots. Plus my Denon calibrated the gain down for some reason but I cranked the dials back up. That made the bass muddy to me. I may just need something that digs lower for my room.

I want to pressurize the room and the SVS sort of just rattle the walls. I'm considering looking into bass trapping next.
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How much better is the sb-2000 from a F-12 BIC? anyone care to comment?
It's better but different. The BIC gets low but sloppy. The sb-2000 is much tighter. You need a pb if you like the lows on the BIC. But SVS blows out BIC all day.
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It's a pretty big room and placement is limited so part of it may be that they aren't in the best spots. Plus my Denon calibrated the gain down for some reason but I cranked the dials back up. That made the bass muddy to me. I may just need something that digs lower for my room.
I understand. But the sb-2000 won't get lower than the PB12-NSD because it's sealed. I had to calibrate at 1/3 gain to really make the PBs shine with my Yamaha TSR-7850. At half gain they came out low like your describing. Now they shake the room. Try that or give SVS a call. Their customer service is top notch. You can trade up if needed.
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It honestly sounds like the room you're trying to fill ALS is a candidate for the PB or SB16-Ultra... but at that point and pricing, I'd be more apt to go with 2 x Hsu VTF-3 MK5 setup (and you're out the door much less than the SVS route). That's a beastly setup for a beastly floorplan/layout. Hsu really knocked it out of the park with those...just too massive for my own needs.
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