Should I add the Dayton 10" sub ???

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  1. Henry Hughes

    Henry Hughes Agent

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    I already own an SVS PB2-ISD. This is in a 14x20 room. I know I don't need the extra bass, but would it make a difference if I got the Dayton? I mean at 109 dollars, I'm just wondering if I could fit it in my system.
     
  2. Anthony*B

    Anthony*B Stunt Coordinator

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    i cant imagine it helping much (I love mine, but would obviously "graduate" to an SVS in a New York minute if I could afford it...) take that 109$ you seem determined to spend & use it on some good DVD's/CD's instead...just my 2 cents! good luck!
     
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    As good as the Mighty tinny is for the $$ please don't add it to the SVS bass. You will notice a down-grade in sound I assure you..... [​IMG]
     
  4. Greg-ST

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    MuneebM has one paired with his HSU STF-2. The Dayton is behind his seating position to add the extra kick.

    In the end it may or may not degrade the bass quality depending upon your room and the location of the subs.
     

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