Help beat the HSU VTF-15 Mk2! (but must have a satin or gloss black finish)

Landmonster

Landmonster

Audioholic
I skipped to the middle. I hope I am not restating. I would sell the Emo and put it toward your sub budget. With the subs and crossing over towers. The amp may no longer get hot. If it does keep a bit of money behind for a used 2-3 channel amp for the fronts. Just my 2 cents....


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Unless there's something I don't know... I didn't want to sell the Emotiva.

It made a nice improvement in sound quality. Even with the towers alone, the Denon can't really keep up without getting hot, and the bass is not as great.
 
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Jeff R.

Audioholic General
Unless there's something I don't know... I didn't want to sell the Emotiva.

It made a nice improvement in sound quality. Even with the towers alone, the Denon can't really keep up without getting hot, and the bass is not as great.
You will be crossing over your towers once the subs are running so the demand on the amps should drop off significantly. Just my thoughts.


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ParisB

Junior Audioholic
I went from an HSU VTF15-MK2 to a PB4000. Upgrade in output and I like the piano gloss finish. But for the price, HSU is tough to beat.
 
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Mr._Clark

Full Audioholic
Have you checked out these dual SVS pb 400s? I think you are both in Texas?

 

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