Help figuing out what sub to buy

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  1. rogerssa

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    I need to purchase a sub for my HT. The room is 19 x 12 open on one side. I'm using JBL Northridge speakers for the 7.1 surround.

    I'm looking to spend under $250 if possible, but I could go a little higher. Right now I'm using a old Dual 10" Cerwin Vega center/sub combo. It pretty bad. Only goes down to 38hrz or so.

    I'd like a sub that can get in the low 20's.

    Recomendations?
     
  2. David Bikeman

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  3. rogerssa

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    Looking at the Dayton. Seems like an amazing sub. Looking at them on Parts express. I see the sub. How do you get a full setup for $150? Or is that link you are talking about just the SUB then I build a box and power it with a amp of some sort?
     
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    JBL E250 is $249 delivered at J&R. I ordered one. Hopefully it doesn't disappoint.
     
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  6. rogerssa

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    Two of these should be awesome then. [​IMG] One in the front of the room one in the back. as long as I can keep them from canceling one another.
     
  7. MikeyWeitz

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    Pick up a BFD off of ebay for
     

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