SVS PB2+ ...Walking the Floor Over You

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Paul Britt, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. Paul Britt

    Paul Britt Auditioning

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    I got my SVS PB2+ about two weeks ago and last night saw something which amazed me. I was watching "The Little Shop of Horrors" musical and discovered a long rumbling bass line at the end of the movie when Seymor electrocutes Audrey. I had the meter out and was recording about 114 DB at 3 feet from the sub and I saw the sub MOVE. I thought I was seeing things so I replayed the piece. The over 130 pound SVS PB2+ actually walked about 3 inches on my hardwood floor during the extended explosion. I suppose some of you old pro's have seen this before but this was news to me. Eric over at SVS recommended I use the overly thick rubber feet to curtail my wandering sub. Are these things amazing or what?

    Paul Britt

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    Edward J M Cinematographer

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    Darn it, I wished you had used spoiler tags; LSOH was on my short list, right after I finish Apocalypse Now - Redux.

    Yep, those optional 3M compliant rubber cupped feet work exceptionally well to stop the sub from wandering on hard smooth surfaces. The reactive forces from the dB-12 drivers are quite strong, as you noted.
     

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