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hi all i know i have posted about subs before i have the rbh impressions series speakers and a denon 6200w amp using 4 r55ti as front and rears r56ci centre r5bi as extra rears 4 mc 815 in ceiling speakers

i need 4 subs i want in people opion the best gut wrenching bone crunching low frequency subs that would work the very best wih the rbh impressions speakers thanks
 

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. . . i need 4 subs i want in people opion the best gut wrenching bone crunching low frequency subs that would work the very best with the rbh impressions speakers thanks
MarkyBoy,
The manufacturer/series of your front/center/surround speakers has nothing to do with the type (sealed or ported), size woofer (8", 10", 12" , etc.), number of subs, or manufacturer of the subwoofer.

Some better questions are:
1) Size of the room (LxWxH) to calculate room volume to help determine woofer size and number of subs.
2) Openings from this room which will add more volume also to help determine woofer size/number of subs.
3) Primary usage (music or movies) to help determine if a sealed or ported design is better suited.
4) Budget to help determine number and possible manufacturers.
5) Input connection needed to ensure the sub will integrate with your existing equipment (i.e. speaker level vs. RCA sub inputs).
- This last point is typically only an issue if using older AVRs/stereo integrated amps that do not support a sub RCA output.
 

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MarkyBoy,
The manufacturer/series of your front/center/surround speakers has nothing to do with the type (sealed or ported), size woofer (8", 10", 12" , etc.), number of subs, or manufacturer of the subwoofer.

Some better questions are:
1) Size of the room (LxWxH) to calculate room volume to help determine woofer size and number of subs.
2) Openings from this room which will add more volume also to help determine woofer size/number of subs.
3) Primary usage (music or movies) to help determine if a sealed or ported design is better suited.
4) Budget to help determine number and possible manufacturers.
5) Input connection needed to ensure the sub will integrate with your existing equipment (i.e. speaker level vs. RCA sub inputs).
- This last point is typically only an issue if using older AVRs/stereo integrated amps that do not support a sub RCA output.
hi there my room is over 4000 sq ft it has 3 openings to the room 70% for movies %30 for music budget doesnt matter using rca outputs using two audioquest y splitters 1 female to 2 male i want the best components that will work with this speaker package thanks
 

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hi there my room is over 4000 sq ft it has 3 openings to the room 70% for movies %30 for music budget doesn't matter using rca outputs using two audioquest y splitters 1 female to 2 male i want the best components that will work with this speaker package thanks
Given those parameters; large room, several openings, movies primary use, an unlimited budget, and not knowing what brands are available in the UK; I would look for products similar to the following:
Rythmik FV15HP
SVS PB16-ULTRA
HSU VTF-15H MK2
 

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Given those parameters; large room, several openings, movies primary use, an unlimited budget, and not knowing what brands are available in the UK; I would look for products similar to the following:
Rythmik FV15HP
SVS PB16-ULTRA
HSU VTF-15H MK2
Given we have answered this questions in other posts you have made Im simply going to second this and say nothing else....
 
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Given we have answered this questions in other posts you have made Im simply going to second this and say nothing else....
Looking at the last six months posts from this user, I'm not sure he ever researches anything himself. Just posts questions here. I count no less than three threads asking about cables four months ago. o_O


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