Most popular SVS a year from now??...

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  1. Randy G

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    I'd take bets that once the word gets out to the "general" home theater population, the 25-31 PC Plus will quickly become SVS' best seller. What do ya'll think?
     
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    While the 25-31 is a impressive little beast I would still wager that the 20-39 will remain the SVS best seller. Why the 20-39 you ask? Because you get the best of both worlds! You can insert the port plug and get bottom feeding lows, remove the port plug and get within a db or 2 of the 25-31. Most people wouldn't notice a db or 2 of top end volume but I would bet that they would be able to feel the difference of a plugged 20-39 and a plugged 25-31. I'm bias b/c I already have a dual 20-39cs+/samson combo![​IMG]
     
  3. John F. Palacio

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    I think SVS having pushed as far as one can go (I think) a 12" woofer might be going in the direction of something larger or something using dual 12".
    Would like to see other's opinions.[​IMG]
     
  4. Randy G

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    I may be wrong, but I suspect that the GENERAL subwoofer purchaser(myself included) will prefer the convenience of the "all-in-one-package" and smaller size of the 25-31 PC+...not to mention the choice of tuning variability and extremely attractive price/performance ratio. I guess we'll have to wait and see....
     
  5. Brian Bunge

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    Randy,
    Hey, nice to see you participating on the forum again! Even the 25-31 is too big for you and I'm assuming the black tube just wouldn't match your decor!
    BTW, don't you just hate people that don't respond to your emails? [​IMG]
    Brian
     
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    I don't think the most popular SVS product a year from today has been released yet.
     
  7. JoelM

    JoelM Stunt Coordinator

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    I have dual 25-31CS+'s with Sampson1000 amp and can't see myself upgrading for a LONG time. Though my girlfriend wants me to get 2 more for the living room. Maybe I'll go with Ultra's and swap them with the CS+'s.
     
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    Will there be a PC Ultra in the near future??
     
  9. Matt Jesty

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    How long have they been in buisness?
     
  10. Tom Vodhanel

    Tom Vodhanel Cinematographer

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    Randy, you might be correct. The 25-31PC+ is definitely going to pack a wallop for its size/price class. Remember, physics sez you can only dictate 2 of the 3...size,price,performance. Pick any two[​IMG]
    John,
    >>>I think SVS having pushed as far as one can go (I think) a 12" woofer might be going in the direction of something larger or something using dual 12">I don't think the most popular SVS product a year from today has been released yet.
     
  11. John F. Palacio

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    "Nah, we like to let product development stagnate around here...nothing going on at the SVS skunk-works...very quiet and calm... - Tom Vodhanel -"
    Sure[​IMG]
     

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