SVS Subs

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  1. ChadLB

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    Anyone live in the Green bay, wi area that owns one of these subs. I would like to see/hear it in person.

    Thanks,:b
     
  2. Bill Polley

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    Where near GB do you live?
     
  3. ChadLB

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    De pere, wi ...west depere
     
  4. Bill Polley

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    New London here
     
  5. ChadLB

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    So do you own a SVS sub and if so which model?
     
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    I love my 16-46 PCi. I finished a job Wednesday and thought I would be off for a few weeks, but found out I am starting a job in Portage Monday, so I will be out of town for the next 8 weeks or so. Otherwise I had thought you could come and check it out. I can tell you that it is better than any sub I have heard for under $1000, and I paid $600 during the summer sale. I have the volume at about 1/3, and it still shakes the whole house. I can just imagine what the 20-39 PC+ does! Just remember that it will cost you about $120 for a Behringer DSP 1124 Feedback Destroyer Pro. This parametric EQ is essential to flatten out the response of any sub you buy. Along with a test tone disc and a Radio Shack SPL meter ($40), you can tune the sub to your room, giving you tight, clean bass.
     
  7. ChadLB

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    Well maybe one day I can check it out down the road if I don't purchase one by then. Where I stand right now there is a hold for 3+ months. Dr bills to pay off. Currently have a ARs112ps that does the job but I am sure an SVS would put it to shame. My only worry is my girlfriend and
    living in a duplex.
     
  8. CoreyH

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    Hey Chad,
    Check out audioenvy . I'm not sure if it's still up and running, but they used to keep a database of SV owners, that are willing to demo their equipment. Check it out, and see if anyone meets your criteria.
    C
     
  9. ChadLB

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    I did check it out. some people lived in the madison area so that is something I will have to think about. I was hoping for someone closer.
     

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