Never had a sub before. I am very excited. Only thing worrying me is its calibration. Most people seem to be calibrating for a optimum listening position. I have a modular u shaped lounge. I don't want to stuck in the same seat to listen (just for my self). :reading:Good buy man. Svs makes some good subwoofers. Give us your impressions when you get it hooked up.
What sub did you have before you purchased this?
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Upgrading the amp and front speakers makes good sense, the SB12 is an excellent sub and partnering with good speakers will boost the overall quality of your setup.Exactly, i keep thinking to myself that i want to upgrade to maybe something like a Monolith...for the added film noise, but to be honest, the SB12+ sits nicely in my room, out of the way of everything, and i listen at -25db or quieter on my denon amp., so to go for something capable of very high SPL's, seems to be a bit of a pointless venture (when i've got my sensible head on!), although the added headroom would be nice. I think upgrading amp and fronts is on my list before the sub, as frankly, the SVS does everything i want it to. :T
brilliant news prize, enjoy them :THey Recruit, took yours and many other's advice, and have just got myself a pair of Monitor Audio RS5's....they sound awesome. Much more detail coming through, and they sound more refined than my B&W's (which i adore btw), but lets face it, they should do for the price difference eh? Well chuffed. :T