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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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Noob here, Ive a small home theater in my basement- about 20x20 area 2/3 finished. What would be better: 2 Klipsch R-120's or a single PB-1000 or PB-2000? I already have a single R-120SW, I was thinking of getting another when they kiss $200-ish OR I can move into the SVS direction....

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Buy two PB12-NSD for $855 and never worry about bass again.

That is an outstanding deal.
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I bought the PB12 NSD in late 2017 and got it installed mid 2018. It's been awesome. My dedicated home theatre in my basement is 11' x 25' and it shakes so hard that I can feel it in my chest and shakes the upstairs. I could see adding another one or upgrading in the future to a PB-2000 but it's really quite good and I plan to keep this single NSD for a few years before worrying about an upgrade. I believe it was $500 on their promo at the time.
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I got a PB-3000 from IQ Home entertainment on Amazon. No shipping or tax for me that way. They have SB-2000s (like new, which is basically new) for $599 shipped. I tested an SB and it just didn't kick the way I wanted. The PB I have now rattles the foundation and other parts of the house, but sounds delightful in the theater.
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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.
I have a HSU VTF-3 MK5 HP and I will tell you its a beast. It produces very clean bass, and easily goes down to 16Hz. I think HSU produces some of the best Subs for the money. SVS is good but I still think you get more for your money with HSU. The HP is probably overkill for my setup, but its in a room that is open to most of the main floor, the floor plan of the house is very open, so I wanted something that could deal with a lot of volume.
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I just bought it 2 days ago.
I just bout a PB-2000 last week from their outlet. They have price protection guarantees if you bought it through their website, be sure to submit a ticket to see if you can get the difference refunded, I just sent my ticket in.
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i have two sb13 and sb16 ultra. movie experience and music super good. neighbors probably hate my guts though. ported istecnhically better for movies but the sealed boxes are smaller sized and produce enough umph if you dont have a giant room. Ported is what the theaters have, i think
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I have this sub and friggen love it. Worth every bit of the $500 I paid.
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Hsu gives more bang for your buck, and they are tunable for multi use.

Sincerely an audiophile.

http://www.hsuresearch.com/

Hsu vtf15h mk2 which trades blows with the SB 16 ultra will be $849 for Memorial Day sale.
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It seems the SB12 NSD has been down to 350 in the past.

I have a small room of about 12 x 14 enclosed room. It's basically an extra bedroom that I turned into a media room. The room current is set up with a pair of Polk Lsim 707s + 706c. I don't have a sub yet and do not have surrounds. I'm about 70% movies and TVs and 30% music.
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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.
I went from a BicF12 to a PB12-NSD and the difference is definitely noticable. The PB12-NSD is so crisp with the Bic sounding boomy. I love the Bic though and have it in the bedroom now. The two subs are also in a different class.
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Hsu gives more bang for your buck, and they are tunable for multi use.

Sincerely an audiophile.

http://www.hsuresearch.com/

Hsu vtf15h mk2 which trades blows with the SB 16 ultra will be $849 for Memorial Day sale.

What's the over/under on this slickdealer also having an account on avsforum? :-)
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What's the over/under on this slickdealer also having an account on avsforum? :-)
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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.
You will lose a ton of frequency below 40hz. a PB12 has somewhere from 2x to 3x the DB below that. The SB2000 will break away above that (slightly). If you watch action movies, you will probably not enjoy them as much with 2 SB2000s vs the PB12s.

With that said, it will also depend on room gain and how big your room is (and if its sealed, etc). Sealed subs can sometimes be better than ported if you have a small sealed room. If you have a large room, then ported is 100% the way to go.
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I just ordered a PB12-NSD but thinking whether it would make any difference. I already have a Polk HTS 12 which is 200Wrms that goes down to 23Hz I believe per the specs. It sounds pretty damn good with the bass but at times I feel like it's missing some low end.

So do I need to calibrate it differently ? I used the standard instructions of putting the volume on 50% and crossover to 150Hz on the sub. After auto cal, I change the speaker cross over but haven't touched the volume in the amplifier and increased the volume to 60% with knob on the sub.

Was looking for some helpful instructions somewhere to properly calibrate the db/freq to get the max out of my sub.
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