I have 2 RBH 1010sen subwoofers that I use in a 12x20x7.5 dedicated room.
They have served me well but I am getting the upgrade bug. I am wondering if anyone has had experience with these subs that can tell me if a HSU VTF 15 or similar would be a significant upgrade.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I have dual RBH SX-1010N passive subs, and I like them a lot. I pair them with my Phil3 speakers. I love the way they sound together. Bass that shakes my walls like an earthquake. Feel that thumping pounding bass in my chest and gut.
Sure, you could get subs that go down to 14Hz and output more SPL (like Rythmik, HSU, SVS, etc). But you will probably not notice much difference on a daily basis.
The grass is always greener on the other side. That's for sure. So we all know how you feel.
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Apologies to the OP for going a little off topic. I may have misunderstood what he said, but when I talked to Brian at EMPtek/RBH about upgrading my current sub, he said the bass from the single cone sub would have tighter bass and be better for music, while the dual cone sub would go lower. Much lower.