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Dual subs with different series SVS?

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by iLIKEmovies, Jun 11, 2019.

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    iLIKEmovies Auditioning

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    I've had a single SB-1000 for a while now and just happened upon a SB-2000. I was planning on just swapping them out and using to 1k in my bedroom or something then thought about running both in the living room. I know ideally you want to run two identical subs, but is there still a benefit to running these two? Or would I ultimately be hurting the bass clarity?
     
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    I will probably be in the minority here, but I'd be inclined to go with your initial plan. Of course, there's nothing to stop you from trying both subs, since you have them both. My thought is that the 2000 will play lower and cleaner than the 1000, and the 1000's lesser performance won't be removed by having the 2000 in the room. In other words, its relative negatives will still be there even with the 2000 playing, and that might lessen the benefits of the 2000.
     

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