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Steelers252006

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#1
Is $2,500 for dual SVS PB3000s a reasonable price? Only drawback on these is they won't match my Ultra Towers, only come in black ash. I could get the PB400s for about $3,500. More I read about those Monolith 15s, more intrigued I'm becoming. I imagine head to head the Monolith 15s would emerge the winner AND be a little cheaper in comparison to the 3000s?
 
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snakeeyes

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#4
Go for dual subs. Go with HSU or SVS or Monolith or Rythmik. The HSU VTF3 is probably what you want to go with.. The SVS PB3000 has a cool app for the sub controls though. :)
 
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BoredSysAdmin

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#5
Depends on OP's room size, maybe he could get away with twin PC-2000 which do come in the piano finish and save some dough as well.
There's also a Rythmic FV15HP-SE [Ported in Piano Black] which is a close match to PB3000 [I think] in performance or at least was to PB13Ultra which PB3000 directly replaced.
Honestly, all of the subs mentioned here would provide tons and tons of high-quality bass and all of them are overkill, just some more than others :)
 
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snakeeyes

Audioholic Samurai
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#6
Depends on OP's room size, maybe he could get away with twin PC-2000 which do come in the piano finish and save some dough as well.
There's also a Rythmic FV15HP-SE [Ported in Piano Black] which is a close match to PB3000 [I think] in performance or at least was to PB13Ultra which PB3000 directly replaced.
Honestly, all of the subs mentioned here would provide tons and tons of high-quality bass and all of them are overkill, just some more than others :)
Agreed, lots of great choices here. :)
 
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shadyJ

Speaker of the House
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#7
Depends on OP's room size, maybe he could get away with twin PC-2000 which do come in the piano finish and save some dough as well.
There's also a Rythmic FV15HP-SE [Ported in Piano Black] which is a close match to PB3000 [I think] in performance or at least was to PB13Ultra which PB3000 directly replaced.
Honestly, all of the subs mentioned here would provide tons and tons of high-quality bass and all of them are overkill, just some more than others :)
The PB-4000 is what replaced the PB13-Ultra. The PB-3000 is the successor to the PB12-Plus.
 
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Steelers252006

Audioholic
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#11
P.S. Jamming the best of Bob Marley from a Spotify feed out out of 2.0 setup....and LOVING it!!
 
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Danzilla31

Audioholic Field Marshall
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Wait, just researched that thing!! Can you find one secondhand?
I still think my friend we are overdoing it in your room size my friend

If you want to budget that much to your subs why not buy 4 PC 2000's in piano gloss since you seem to be a bassheads like me lol and want the most epic bass ever and call it a day.

Trust me 4 PC 2000's in your room would give you EPIC levels of bass for less then 2 PB 4000's
 

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