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Old 08-14-2018, 01:37 AM   #18301
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So I'm upgrading. I just placed and order to upgrade my PB 12nds. So i was just curious on how everyone feels about the pb-4000? I'm sure I will love it but just thought I'd see how others feel.
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Old 08-25-2018, 05:07 AM   #18302
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So I'm upgrading. I just placed and order to upgrade my PB 12nds. So i was just curious on how everyone feels about the pb-4000? I'm sure I will love it but just thought I'd see how others feel.
I actually just picked up that same PB12-NSD.

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Stacked my PB12 PLUS/2's



Put an 18" in the back of the room.
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Old 02-05-2019, 12:10 AM   #18304
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Iíve had an SVS SB2000 for a couple of years now but never really took proper advantage of it since i lived in an apartment. I live in my own house now and finally completed the home theater room. Volume was turned up to theater levels.

Holy shit, this little sub is really, REALLY good. Iím very impressed. Some scenes with hollow explosions made me feel like the whole room was shaking. Immersion was splendid.
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I’ve had an SVS SB2000 for a couple of years now but never really took proper advantage of it since i lived in an apartment. I live in my own house now and finally completed the home theater room. Volume was turned up to theater levels.

Holy shit, this little sub is really, REALLY good. I’m very impressed. Some scenes with hollow explosions made me feel like the whole room was shaking. Immersion was splendid.
I know what you mean. I have two of them and have not felt the need to upgrade from them. Go dual if you have an AVR/Prepro that has dual outputs. I have mine paired with an AV8802A and the performance is even better.
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Old 03-23-2019, 06:59 AM   #18306
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picking an SVS sub

SVS' are great subs
In addition to room size, the system playback level also has a significant influence. If you like to push the system to loud levels (like an IMAX theater) and want to ‘feel the bass’ on demanding action and sci-fi movies, consider our more powerful extreme performance models. Conversely, if you listen at more moderate levels, a less powerful model can deliver a no-compromise experience, and will also be easy to integrate in your room.

1. If you want IMAX levels, you won't be picking up an SVS sub.
2. I don't think there are consumer amplifies capable of playing IMAX levels
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Old 03-31-2019, 06:52 PM   #18307
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Anyone have first-hand experience concerning sb-2000 vs sb-3000? I am a very happy owner of an SB-2000, but can't help but wonder what, if any, improvement an sb-3000 would make in my <3000 ft3 room.
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I know what you mean. I have two of them and have not felt the need to upgrade from them. Go dual if you have an AVR/Prepro that has dual outputs. I have mine paired with an AV8802A and the performance is even better.
It's ideal to have two seperate subwoofer/LFE outputs on your receiver/pre pro but not a deal breaker just buy one of these splitters from monoprice. I would ask monoprice if that's what you need before you buy it, there very helpful with questions on monoprice.

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It's ideal to have two seperate subwoofer/LFE outputs on your receiver/pre pro but not a deal breaker just buy one of these splitters from monoprice. I would ask monoprice if that's what you need before you buy it, there very helpful with questions on monoprice.
True, not a deal breaker but you are missing some great bass effects if you don't have dual outputs.
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True, not a deal breaker but you are missing some great bass effects if you don't have dual outputs.
Really?
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picking an SVS sub

SVS' are great subs Hell yeah they are!

In addition to room size, the system playback level also has a significant influence. If you like to push the system to loud levels (like an IMAX theater) and want to Ďfeel the bassí on demanding action and sci-fi movies, consider our more powerful extreme performance models. Conversely, if you listen at more moderate levels, a less powerful model can deliver a no-compromise experience, and will also be easy to integrate in your room.

1. If you want IMAX levels you won't be picking up an SVS sub.
Make yourself a couple of Bill Fitzmaurice TUBA HT subs.

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Really?
In my system, if an explosion is on the right side, i feel the explosion on the right side. If something with LFE crosses the screen from left to right, I feel the bass from left to right... from any seating position. I never experienced that with one sub.

I understand your sarcasm. I get it. I didn't believe it either until I tried it. I was determined that I would return the sub and I didn't. This is one of the few myths I was not able to bust.
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In my system, if an explosion is on the right side, i feel the explosion on the right side. If something with LFE crosses the screen from left to right, I feel the bass from left to right... from any seating position. I never experienced that with one sub.

I understand your sarcasm. I get it. I didn't believe it either until I tried it. I was determined that I would return the sub and I didn't. This is one of the few myths I was not able to bust.
Hmmmm, ok.
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