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H/T subwoofer, 2700 cubic ft. room, SVS? HSU? Epik? ED? anyone own or heard any of these?

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by pg600rr, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. pg600rr

    pg600rr Senior member

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    Need to buy my H/T sub this week and cant decide, want to be in the $600-$700 range, looking @ SVS, Epik, ED, HSU.... all internet direct brands with good reps. similar pricing, and similar specs... no idea what to go with.
     


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    sleekblackroadster Senior member

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    in the same boat as you but basically have decided on the new svs pb12-nsd for $769 shipped.

    never heard any of them so i'm kind of going on faith.
     


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    pg600rr Senior member

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    thats what I have been leaning toward but the epik legend for example can be had for $200 less... i'd really like to know if there would be a descernible diff. between the two before dropping an extra $200
     


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    SVS will kill it in that room. Make sure you have a dedicated space for it though, you can't exactly just tuck it away under a table or unobtrusively in a corner
     


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    I am sure the svs will sound great but is it worth the extra $200 over say something like the Epik Legend which has dual 12" drivers?

    The way my room is set up, there is really only 2 places that a sub the size of the SVS could be placed (if I went with the sealed SVS that would be a diff. story). That would create a major issue if neither of those spots work out... I dont know much about sub room placement so I have no idea if either is ideal. Both are pretty much right up tight against wall in the back corner or front right corner of the room.
     


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