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Aaron Clinton

SV Sound SB13-Ultra powered subwoofer

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As an audiophile, I've come to associate the size, weight, and price of a subwoofer as quick'n'dirty indicators of its quality. The subwoofers that have worked best in my large listening roomthe Velodyne ULD-18 and DD-18+, Muse Model 18, REL Studio III, JL Audio Fathom f113, and Revel Sub30each weigh more than 130 lbs and cost more than $2500. With some of my reference recordings, all of them have achieved what Robert Harley described in the April 1991 issue of Stereophile as the goals of a quality subwoofer: "seamless integration, quickness, no bloat, and unbelievable bass extension." Yet are back-busting weight, unmanageable size, and nosebleed cost essential to achieving those goals?
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Gooday again Aaron,

My son has the SVS sub in his Theater (home) I have watched many movies and listened to a lot of music at his place in Virginea USA The sub is better than anybody would need , Sure it cost a lot of money and is one quarter the size of a piano . But it is worth it ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Alan

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