New SVS! PC-Ultra

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by WayneO, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. WayneO

    WayneO Supporting Actor

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    Damn, that is going to be another tough one to beat for other Sub manufacturers. Ultra driver, 500watt Bash amp, ready to go for $1100. Would be hard to choose between that and the PB2+ though... IF I were to choose between the two though, I'd opt for the powered Ultra. The PB2+, IMO, looks cheap/cheesy with that finish...saying nothing about the performance.
     
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    drool...I so want one of these, er two of these.
     
  4. Jason Brent

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    Looks aside,

    What will be the performance and sound quality differences between this and the PB1+?

    I may be getting a new sub soon, and so far the PB2-ISD, PB2+, PB1+, 2039PC+, and now the PC Ultra are all in the running. The PB2+ is more than I want to spend, though.

    Biggest reason I'm including the PB1+ is WAF.
     
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    Hi Jason,

    from all Sub's in the SVS range, the PB-1+ has to me the highest WAF at all. That's why I ordered two of them right away, even before they were officially enounced [​IMG]

    If the cabinet, they used, would be a little less high, they would be just perfect for any living room. However, that may have been a sonical decision to keep them the same height as the PB2-Ultra model for lower adjustment abilities.

    Can't wait to get these babies in my home.

    Regards,
    Axel
     

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