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Nice, nice :)

I haven't experienced a dual SVS setup yet,- but I know what the single units are capable of (PB12U, PB12+/2, PCi 20-39, PB10), - so im sure it's pretty awesome with twins! :)
 

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tks.
y, it's really nice, very nice!:T
not only great bass, but pretty shinny look!:jump:

wonder how come you don't have 2 SVSes but can experience so many single SVS models?:scratchhead:

give you guys photos first. comments later.
http://photo.pchome.com.tw/lienly/04*9

Nice, nice :)

I haven't experienced a dual SVS setup yet,- but I know what the single units are capable of (PB12U, PB12+/2, PCi 20-39, PB10), - so im sure it's pretty awesome with twins! :)
 

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sorry for late, guys.

this [SB12+] is SVS first sealed sub and smallest now. but it has more power than another entry level, PB10-NSD, 300w. still uses near audiophile performance BASH amp [made in Canada]!:sweat:

as you can see on photos, piano black finish is really shinny, even reflects floor! :nerd: grill engagement design is really smart by magnets, so you won't see ugly holes even remove grill! :whistling: very tiny rim b/c cabinet is just a little over 12" driver.:joke:

my toys: Onkyo NR900 amp, Pio 745 DVR, Tosh 62 DLP, Westlake BBSM8, Mirage OmniSat, Tannoy Stirling, SVS PB12-NSD2 and today's actor: SB12+.

put most knobs to central/neutral positions includes PEQ which I still don't know how to use? :dontknow: 80Hz crossover, large room compensation, [anyone knows how to define small/medium/large rooms?].

watch 'Kung Fu' DVD, hmm, quite good bass! can feel like I am inside of movie! :hissyfit: no matter it's kicking, punching, wrestling, flying..... I just feel this one carries SVS famous great reputation in deep bass!:jump:

then dts demo, U571. this tiny mouse [SB12+] brings me to underwater! :wave: bombs are just next to me! so realistic feeling!:surrender:

next step is trying its music performance, Tchaikovsky 1812 overture. cannon isn't so stunning as bigger bro, PB12-NSD2, but not too much behind.:hush:


ups:
1]it's really compact, barely over 1.2 cubit ft, so good for who has limited space.:mooooh: WAF won't be an issue with such pretty shinny black look. :hail:
2]bass is deep and fast, similar to bigger bro, PB12-NSD2.
3]has many IO jacks, thou I only use low level L or R.
4]user upgradable power cord, so I use PS Audio Punch.:meal:
5]front firing, so you can get more direct bass.:yes:
6]MADE in USA!


downs:
1]it's not as powerful as the first one I have. I need to turn to 4.5/8 gain to get similar result as bigger PB12-NSD2 which I set at 3/8 gain. 425w vs 600w, so it's not really a down point.:coocoo:
2]why only carton printed 450w BASH, but manual and web both show 425w? :huh: to be more conservative and from actual performance, believe it's 425w, not 450w.
3]you can only find 'made in USA' :T on carton. still no sticker or plate shows it's 'USA made' eventhou I have suggested when got first SVS in 3 yrs ago! what if user trashes carton, then there is no other place to identify it's genuine 'Americans made', not from cheap China made like other makers.:duh:
4]still no auto setup.


new problem.:eek:rder:
now how to setup both subs to work smoothly? any suggestions?:ponder:

again, very thanks those SVS guys for this nice rat!
also this time, shipping is 1 week earlier than previous 3 weeks waiting.
 
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