...but in a good way, I suppose. I bought an SVS 16-46pc, over a year ago. It had the original driver. Since then, about 5 months ago, I put in the new upgraded driver. Talk about 1 serious sub. Anyhoo...My mains were Def Tech BP2004tls. Yesterday, I bought a pair of BP2000tls and a CLR2002. Previously, I ran the system with all speaker set to small, my crossover set at 60hz, and the sub on. The SVS just did a much better job giving bottom end than letting the 2004's run all the way down. But...weighing in at 125lbs a piece, standing almost 5 feet tall, dual 15inch 500 watt subs, I thought I'd run the 2000's as large. I mean, I just CAN'T fathom a BP2000tl as..."small"...? So, whip out the Avia disc. Set all the speakers to read the same db. Frequency sweep time. With the BP's subamp running at 75%, they start to fall off around 25hz. ...at the absolutely last measurable freq on the test, before it ends, the SVS is off the scale!!!! ...how in the hell do you find main towers to compete with that kind of performance....?!!? BP3000tl's???? Those damn SVS's are just plain incredible.