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SVS 2000 Series Subwoofers: PC-2000 $750, SB-2000 EXPIRED

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SB-2000 $499 NLA
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In for 4! 2 for me 2 for dad who's been using his first klipsch sub since he was in college!
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10" vs 12"
350w vs 500w
24hz vs 19hz

The speedwoofer also shows sold out on the RSL website. The svs is better across the board though.
Right. You can always preorder the RSL though. But I just wanted to know the general opinion between the two because I'm a first timer when it comesto building an HT system. So there's really no notable cons for the SVS compared to the RSL?
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It depends on your room. If it's small, the sealed may be sufficient. Many say sealed is better all around for music but that's a personal preference. I prefer ported subs.
Thx for ur suggestion
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Sounds like a good deal, thx OP

Looking for primarily music, should I go with sealed or at this price point pick up the PB2000?
For music the rule of thumb is to go with a sealed sub, it is far more accurate and has a much faster response time for "music" which is what you would want. Plenty of articles all over on this point, of course, you can buy both, try them out and return the other one NO COST back to SVS for a full refund in 45 days!
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That's an excellent price. I bought the PB12 NSD 2 years ago at $499. It's a good sub. I've been wanting to go to a PB 2000 and this price is the lowest I've seen. However the budget this year as I'm getting my new business off the ground does not have any room for this purchase. None. Oh well. Hopefully they will have it again
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get 2 SB-2000 if you have the space.. balance out the bass and some visual symmetry to your entertainment center
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Just don't mistake the lack of boomy bass from the f12s going to the PB-2000 as a downgrade. They will be flat across the frequency response so they can be turned up higher and hit harder. Make sure to put them on opposite sides of the room from each other. Look up the "subwoofer crawl" if you haven't already for optimal room placement
This is very important point! I second this 1000% if your used to these $200 subs that are all boomy bass between 40-70hz, these svs subs will sound like they don't put out as much bass. They do, it's just it's 100% clean and hits down below 20hz which the cheapo subds can't even come near.
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would I need two of them (PB-2000) for a basement setup with normal ceiling heights and lets say 11 * 18 room

or should I just order 1?

I thought there was some 5% discount code for going duals ?
I think 1 PB2000 or dual sb1000 good.
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How does the SB-2000 compare to the RSL Speedwoofer 10S? At the current $499.99 deal, it's $100 more than the RSL.
Their CEA output measurements are actually extremely similar. Like within 1dB across the entire bass range similar. Obviously the SVS is sealed and the RSL is ported, but the RSL is supposed to be exceptionally tight for a ported sub.
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Their CEA output measurements are actually extremely similar. Like within 1dB across the entire bass range similar. Obviously the SVS is sealed and the RSL is ported, but the RSL is supposed to be exceptionally tight for a ported sub.
Right, that's what I'm getting at too. So if you were me, are you going for the cheaper RSL?
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Quote from hsingh10 :
this svs or monoprice 12"?

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14594041
svs (pb2000)
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I think 1 PB2000 or dual sb1000 good.
I disagree stay far away from getting (2) sb-1000's! Trust me on this... Either go with pb-2000 or 2 of them~!
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Just don't mistake the lack of boomy bass from the f12s going to the PB-2000 as a downgrade. They will be flat across the frequency response so they can be turned up higher and hit harder. Make sure to put them on opposite sides of the room from each other. Look up the "subwoofer crawl" if you haven't already for optimal room placement
would it be stupid/waste of money to have them in front of the room, one on each side of the table.

FL..Sub..Table with center...Sub..FR
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Right, that's what I'm getting at too. So if you were me, are you going for the cheaper RSL?
I actually hate the way the RSL looks so I'm a little biased.
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I was expecting the PB12 for $500, as their usual BF deal... sucks that they bumped the comparative up by $100 and not offer the PB12. Is the PB2000 worth the extra $100?
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