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Yeah if I had the opportunity I would but the nearest place is about 40 minutes away and it really is not a possible option for me for certain reasons, and no where in my ****ty town has anywhere where you can audition things at the store.

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post #33 of 35
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Steve Guttenberg and alot of other notable sites seem to shout praises for these things at this price and I gotta say they sound pretty good, I made some ****ty little pressboard stands with some scrap laying around, they are pretty lush with acoustic stuff but there does not seem to be much low/low mid presence, I do have a 8" powered sub I could use with these but then I would probably want to cut the speakers off around 100hz but I would need a reciever for that? I don't know much about the technicalities of passive speakers and the actives were my preference because of the simplicity.

There are some subs that have line level inputs and outputs that have an 80hz high pass filter on the line level out so you can do exactly that. Not a very common feature, and it tends to be in more expensive subs like the SVS SB-1000. I think some of the Def Tech subs may have that feature, too.
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There are some subs that have line level inputs and outputs that have an 80hz high pass filter on the line level out so you can do exactly that. Not a very common feature, and it tends to be in more expensive subs like the SVS SB-1000. I think some of the Def Tech subs may have that feature, too.


A Yamaha HS10W will achieve that goal as well.

post #35 of 35

The top <$300 speaker is the Focal XS Book!

 

Just picked up a pair a few days ago, they sound excellent.

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