I recently purchased a pair of LSiM703's to be used as my front speakers (best bang for the size, I was limited on space) and matched them with the LSiM704c, per advise from Polk advisor. They sound amazing together, crisp clear highs and mids. And, not too bad on the bottom end either for bookshelf speakers, but they need a SUB.
I'm running a Pioneer SC-63 receiver and Polk ceiling mount speakers for rears.
So my question now if which sub?? The room is about 500-600 Sq/Feet, suspended ceiling and the floors are wood.
I was looking at the following subs, but can't find any locations to audition them, so I'm going to have to buy and try. Would like to get it right the first time if possible.
- DSW660 with 12" - Seems like it can do the trick. Price is not too bad, but it looks like the product may be EOL'd? Hard too find
- The DSW MicroPro Series 1000 with 8" - Not bad price point. I think this is the best bang for the buck, but I'm a little worried it may not be enough??
- The DSW MicroPro Series 3000 with 10" - Not cheap and I'm sure this is the best of the best, but I'm also worried it's overkill and not sure I need to spend this much for a SUB?? There's lots of other choices for this price point.
Any suggestions, before I just got shop and try?
Thanks in advance