Question for you guys:
I've been saving up for upgrading my old subs, and thinking of getting a SB16 Ultra. I have just enough money to only get 1 of these big boys, but I know the importance of having duals. Should I go ahead now and buy my first SB16, AND THEN save my money to buy my 2nd...
John, thanks for your input.
I'm leaning more and more toward the sealed 4000.
However, for my little room, they'll do great, but if and when I ever move and my next HT room is bigger, how will the sealed ones perform you think?
I'd like to be done with buying subs for a very looong time.
I just sold a pair of Klipsch R-112SW subwoofers. I had them for about 9 months and now have the upgrade bug.
These were a 12" ported cabinet w/ 800watt amplifier. They sounded pretty good but I still feel that I am missing low end in my BR movie watching. I want to feel the movie as well as...
My room isn't very big, it's only 13'x14'x9' . I think the ported version would be too much. I only got the ported version klipsch because of the deal I got on them. I have since sold my pair of Klipsch R-112's, and thinking of going back to a sealed sub like I had with a 18" Velodyne years ago...
I have two 'practically brand new Klipsch R-112SW subwoofers I want to sell.
I bought these in Mar 2017. Used occassionally since then. I have original boxes and manuals.
I want to upgrade to something else so I would like to part from these before I get something else.
I am only selling as a...
I'm thinking of upgrading to a pair of these subwoofers. I currently have the Klipsch R-112SW subwoofers, if I upgrade to a pair of these, what improvement in bass will I get from them?
also, not sure if I should go sealed or ported? any thoughts would be appreciated. thanks,
Craig, I'm also considering possibly going with dual Klipsch R-112SW's.
They don't go quite as low as the 2000's, but for my small space I think these might satisfy too.
Plus, Klipsch.com has a great deal going right now... if you purchase a set of their RP-280F towers, the throw in a free 112SW !
I'm considering buying 2 - SVS SB-2000's for my 13'x14'x9' size room.
These will be working in conjunction with my two Klipsch RP-280F towers.
I'm hoping the bass response I get from these two puppies will satisfy and make my BR movies sound amazing for this space.
I'm in the beginning stages of putting together a 5.2.4 HT setup in an upstairs media room. It measures 13'x14' w/ 9' ceiling. It is an enclosed room with 1 small window and it will have double exterior insulated doors to help keep the sound level to a minimum to the rest of the...
I've read and heard online reviews of the SVS Ultra towers and bookshelf speakers. Both models are very impressive from what I could gather from all reviewers that I came across reviewing this line.
I heard one online reviewer say just get the two bookshelf models and you'll be totally happy...