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Old 04-05-2009, 05:33 PM   #1
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Please discuss your Sunfire subwoofers in this thread. You can include pictures, reviews, or any other comments regarding your subwoofer.

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HRS Subwoofers: http://www.sunfire.com/hrs.asp
True Subwoofers: http://www.sunfire.com/sunfire.asp
XT Series In-Wall Subwoofers: http://www.sunfire.com/xtseries.asp
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Old 04-07-2009, 06:27 AM   #2
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Please discuss your Sunfire subwoofers in this thread. You can include pictures, reviews, or any other comments regarding your subwoofer.

Manufacturer’s Website
HRS Subwoofers: http://www.sunfire.com/hrs.asp
True Subwoofers: http://www.sunfire.com/sunfire.asp
XT Series In-Wall Subwoofers: http://www.sunfire.com/xtseries.asp
I replace my HSU STF 1 8" downfiring sub with two Sunfire TS-EQ 10 (HSU sub is a very good sub and can handle the load) but I wanted 10" or 12" so I went with two Sunfire TS-EQ 10,my living room is small 12' by 15' ,so I need small sub,my sub are 11" 1/2 by 11" 1/2 by 11" 1/2 cube at 48 lbs. Sunfire TS-EQ 10 can handle the load and more,in the middle price range the EQ 10 have a high end sound,my two subs has more even bass like if my small living room is the sub, you can't tell where the bass is coming from,if you looking for sub they subs rock,I'am very happy with the EQ 10.I post some pictures if I can learn how.
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Old 04-11-2009, 11:51 PM   #3
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I replace my HSU STF 1 8" downfiring sub with two Sunfire TS-EQ 10 (HSU sub is a very good sub and can handle the load) but I wanted 10" or 12" so I went with two Sunfire TS-EQ 10,my living room is small 12' by 15' ,so I need small sub,my sub are 11" 1/2 by 11" 1/2 by 11" 1/2 cube at 48 lbs. Sunfire TS-EQ 10 can handle the load and more,in the middle price range the EQ 10 have a high end sound,my two subs has more even bass like if my small living room is the sub, you can't tell where the bass is coming from,if you looking for sub they subs rock,I'am very happy with the EQ 10.I post some pictures if I can learn how.
I post some pictures of my 2 subs & HT in the HT Gallery,P/Q of the pictures is petty bad(cell phone pictures)
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Old 05-10-2009, 09:20 AM   #4
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I post some pictures of my 2 subs & HT in the HT Gallery,P/Q of the pictures is petty bad(cell phone pictures)
I put some new picture in my HT ,using a real camera ,now that i had my subs for about 6 weeks i have to say that the Sunfire TS EQ-10 work great in tight placement
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Old 06-02-2009, 08:39 PM   #5
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I have had a Sunfire True sub for 7 years and am now building a HT in my basement and buying the EQ 12 for it, should be enought, but ever since i bought my first sunfire, This was the easiest speaker decision for me and never in doubt.
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I have had a Sunfire True sub for 7 years and am now building a HT in my basement and buying the EQ 12 for it, should be enought, but ever since i bought my first sunfire, This was the easiest speaker decision for me and never in doubt.

I've owned an EQ Signature for 5 years....the thing is bulletproof! " shake your house apart "

..more than enough :-)
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Old 06-13-2009, 08:02 AM   #7
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anyone able to post some up close pics of the signature EQ12's finish? They have a wonderful finish of ebonized rosewood, but there is no place to even look at the finish on their website... any help would be appreciate! Thanks
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anyone able to post some up close pics of the signature EQ12's finish? They have a wonderful finish of ebonized rosewood, but there is no place to even look at the finish on their website... any help would be appreciate! Thanks
as soon i get good camera i will post better pic. LA Audio in Los Angeles Ca. have them on the floor
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Old 06-14-2009, 01:40 PM   #9
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what do they look like and what are their prices?
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Old 06-14-2009, 06:37 PM   #10
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I have 2 Sunfire True Subwoofer Signature EQ for a few years now on my Main system, I upgraded from one Sunfire True Subwoofer Signature. Had a issue with the auto off and Sunfire could not fix it so they sent me a Sunfire True Subwoofer Signature EQ and I decided to add a second one in the rear of the room.

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Old 09-11-2009, 01:56 AM   #11
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I'm now the owner of a Sunfire HRS-12 12" sealed sub. This thing is everything I've read in the reviews! AWESOME!!
106" Motorized 16x9 Screen - Optoma GT700 Projector - Pioneer Kuro KRP-500M Plasma 1080p(living room)
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Pioneer SC-05/Crown XLS1000 Amp & Martin Logan Preface Left/Right, Fresco Center, Sunfire HRS-12 Sub, Harman Kardon HKTS 11 5.1 sub/satellites = 7.2(living room) Onkyo HT-RC180 & JBL CST55/Energy Act6 5.1(bedroom) PS3 60GB and Xbox 360(living room) PS3 40GB(bedroom) Harmony One remote(living room)
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Old 09-11-2009, 02:01 AM   #12
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I'm now the owner of a Sunfire HRS-12 12" sealed sub. This thing is everything I've read in the reviews! AWESOME!!
Congratulations on your new sub. Sunfire products are great. Bob Carver is a genius or a madman.
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Old 09-11-2009, 02:08 AM   #13
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Congratulations on your new sub. Sunfire products are great. Bob Carver is a genius or a madman.
Thanks Big Daddy! I know how much of a sub man you are. I've read up on the guy a little and I had no idea how much he's contributed to the subwoofer world. He's definitely a genius...or a mad scientist! This sub is the ish!!! I only wish now that I could afford one of the True Sub's, but I don't think my neighbors would like that scenario anyway. LOL.
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This is my next buy a subwoofer, can anyone tell me how good the sunfire's are ???
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This is my next buy a subwoofer, can anyone tell me how good the sunfire's are ???
I'm loving mine. It gets very low and its very tight and musical. You won't be disappointed. What model are you looking at by the way?
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I'm loving mine. It gets very low and its very tight and musical. You won't be disappointed. What model are you looking at by the way?
Hi mate, yeah probably the Sunfire High Resolution Series HRS-10 or the HRS - 12 they look so nice as well
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Hi mate, yeah probably the Sunfire High Resolution Series HRS-10 or the HRS - 12 they look so nice as well
I initially was going for the HRS-10, but I'm glad that I went with the 12 instead. Either is a good choice, but go with the 12 if you can. You won't be disappointed.
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Old 09-20-2009, 07:27 AM   #18
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The TS EQ-10 sound and work great in tight area.I have one in front and one behind a end table on the right,If I had a bigger HT room I would had gone with the TS EQ012.The best part that I like about the Sunfire TS-EQ is the automatic EQ mode.The Sunfire True Sub EQ can autmatically adjust for the effects of room EQ.It measures the actual frequency reponse using the supplied measurement microphone.Then it automatically compensates for peaks or dips and smooths out the response.My 2 subs sound so good I don't think it can't get any better.

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WOW, 2 subs I can only imagine the bass
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The TS-EQ10 is on my wishlist. I've had the chance to demo one, it was the TS-EQ12 though....the owner of the audio store I was at told me to play around with the controls however I liked and left me in the room as he had to tend to some other customers....he comes back in 5 mins and says "could you turn the sub down a bit...the people in the loft upstairs called complaining that their chandelier is about to come off its hinges".

The whole time I could feel every bass note and rumble go through my lungs...didn't realize I was inducing an earthquake for the people above.
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