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    I have 2 setups, the one in my signature block with Lsi speakers and one with vm20s and vm10s. Which sub would go better with each set? Dsw pro 500 or micropro 4000? I own them both so I am not purchasing them. The rooms are similar size 25x30 ish.
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    Honestly, it shouldn't really matter... Just choose the better sub to match with the better system or the system you spend more time with. Room effects, location, integration are going to play significantly more into the equation than which sub assuming they are of equal capabilities. I'm assuming the Micropro is probably better than the Pro 500, so it's up to you which one you'd like to listen to more.
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    The Micropro has an aesthetic aspect to it too, that may override which one goes where.
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    The DSW with the VM's.....MP-4000 with the LSI's.

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    That is how I had it setup to begin with, just wanted to confirm my thoughts. Is there a gadget that convert the sub signal to wireless without getting an integrated wireless sub? When I get around to renovating I will have to move the sub location.
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    Yup. Just google for it. You'll probably find a lot of stuff out there. Not so sure on what's good though as it's not too much of a hassle for me to run a long RCA. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/rocketfi...&skuId=6965266
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    Figured there wild be, I haven't kept up since I keep moving...
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