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Love Def Tech speakers (at least the BP series) but subs? Just nope.
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Pretty good and goes down to 16hz.
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This or the SVS PC-2000?

This seems to pack a lot of punch in a smaller package...
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Had one for years and the SuperCube 2000. If you need the absolute smallest subwoofer with surprising power these are definitely the way to go. However I also have the SVS SB-1000 and SB-2000 and the SB-2000 is way more powerful than the rest and worth it if you can make the noise (ie you dont live in an apartment with neighbors) and have the room.
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Had one for years and the SuperCube 2000. If you need the absolute smallest subwoofer with surprising power these are definitely the way to go. However I also have the SVS SB-1000 and SB-2000 and the SB-2000 is way more powerful than the rest and worth it if you can make the noise (ie you dont live in an apartment with neighbors) and have the room.
Good to know! Think I'll pass then and may go for the PC-2000
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Good to know! Think I'll pass then and may go for the PC-2000
Glad that helped someone. Let me just add the note: I do still have my SuperCube 4000 (the 4000 replaced the 2000 in my house because I liked having the remote control of the sub which the 2000 doesn't have, plus the 4000 is more powerful and has more input/output options, the 2000 only has an LFE input). The SuperCube 4000 is in a bedroom surround system and it SLAMS in that room which is roughly 145sqft. Definitely overkill but I just leave it turned down. The SVS SB-2000 is in the living room/kitchen area along with an SVS SB-1000 under the TV (I'm experimenting with an dual sub setup) and that space is about 600sqft. I could definitely go a lot larger where the SB-2000 is placed but to be honest for movies/games/parties this setup totally covers more bass than I need. And I installed bass shakers in the couches so if I want rumble those satisfy that desire.
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Glad that helped someone. Let me just add the note: I do still have my SuperCube 4000 (the 4000 replaced the 2000 in my house because I liked having the remote control of the sub which the 2000 doesn't have, plus the 4000 is more powerful and has more input/output options, the 2000 only has an LFE input). The SuperCube 4000 is in a bedroom surround system and it SLAMS in that room which is roughly 145sqft. Definitely overkill but I just leave it turned down. The SVS SB-2000 is in the living room/kitchen area along with an SVS SB-1000 under the TV (I'm experimenting with an dual sub setup) and that space is about 600sqft. I could definitely go a lot larger where the SB-2000 is placed but to be honest for movies/games/parties this setup totally covers more bass than I need. And I installed bass shakers in the couches so if I want rumble those satisfy that desire.
I am upgrading from an old Velodyne sub that was passed down to me and was bought in the 90's. It conked out last year and emits a hum whenever plugged in. I figured its time to finally call it quits on that and just spring for the upgrade.
Will be using it in an open living room so might as well get the bigger to help with the sound spread.
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Pretty good and goes down to 16hz.
16 Hz for this is a pipe dream. DT notoriously overstates frequency response.
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