Open invitation for SVS Auditions

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jay C, Apr 5, 2002.

  1. Jay C

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    Based on a recent post PW2200 beat SVS I have decided to reiterate my open invitation for others to audition a SVS 25-31PC in my home. email me at [email protected] or send a private message. I'm in the Memphis, TN (Cordova to be exact) area.
    Jay
     
  2. Steve Zimmerman

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    Jay, you might consider signing up at www.audioenvy.com as an "auditioning SVS owner"
    --steve
     
  3. Jay C

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    [​IMG] Steve, thanks. I'm all signed up. I have had other audiophiles share their home with me to audition internet only products. I just want to return the favor to the community.
    Jay
     
  4. Jordan Tracey

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    I might take a ride out there to see audition your SVS, Jay. I am 30 miles south of Nashville. So if I do come, it'll be a heck of a drive to hear a sub, 3 hours or so?
     
  5. Jay C

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    You may want to sign up with that site and request a demo. I'm sure there are members much closer to you. In any case, my invitation remains.

    I was disappointed at first when I found out about the PCi's being released, and for $100 less than what I paid. But then I realized that Tom and Ron are simply improving their product every way they can. I even confirmed that my PC has the new driver they are shipping.

    I can honestly state that my SVS shakes my walls and floor as described, and goes incredibly (read: way too loud for me) loud. Also it fills a 27x16-foot room with major openings with bass. That's all I wanted, and the price was right.

    Jay

    Edit: I reread my post and it makes the SVS sound I a resonace machine. That's not what I meant. Yes if you are upstairs and I turn on a movie at 85dB listening levels you get a nice foot massage. However, for those of you opt to stay and enjoy the movie, the bass is clean. You hear and feel every note (Blue Man Group). I loved it when I demoed my $690 SVS to my buddy who shelled out $1600 (includes the x-30) Servo15. He was smiling with me. He too was impressed with the clean sound. In his room, he has a very nasty standing wave, so the clarity of the bass was an eye opener.
     

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