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    Polk says that a psw350 matches my RT10's.
    Questions:
    #1. Will it matter if I get a larger sub? Say a psw450?
    #2. I have heard velodyne subs that sound great. What size would match?
    #3. What other brands or models are good that will work?

    I am just looking for feedback. Any ideas or technical info would be great.
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    1. No, that's fine.
    2. Pretty much any model, Velo makes good subs.
    3. Tons of options, Rel, SVS, Klipsch, DIY... throw a budget out, and the forum can help you narrow it down.

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    Default Re: subs

    Originally posted by Davidv


    Beer on tap is great until the keg is empty and the liqour store is closed!!
    YEP!

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    Budget is $250 to $350.
    Beer on tap is great, until the keg runs dry and the liqour store is closed!:D


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    save more cash and buy SVS

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    Dayton Titantic 10" Kit

    Something to get your started, a forum regular and a cool guy 'Dr Spec' will chime in with your SVS options, I'm sure.

    Free shipping right now on the link I provided....

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    Originally posted by RuSsMaN
    Dayton Titantic 10" Kit

    Something to get your started, a forum regular and a cool guy 'Dr Spec' will chime in with your SVS options, I'm sure.
    I highly recommend this little sub. I have one and I'm very pleased with it.
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    Check out the Adire Audio Rava sub also. It uses the very popular DIY Shiva mkIII driver. I think it's $400 though, a little over your budget but a pretty good sub from what I read....

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    Paradigm PDR-10. For the cash, I've yet to find a more musical sub in it's price range.

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    Troy,
    you love those Paradigm sub huh.I saw your baby the 15 on a job I did last week,what a monster and killer sounding.He(the customer)had the Studio monitors,they sounded really good as well.Music big thing it is..........nice,I can see why you like it.
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    Correct, I think for the money, Paradigm subs are tough to beat. As soon as I get home I'll be closing escrow on a similar B&W 10" sub. I'm interested on how they compare.

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    B&W sub's in general are very good and musical.Good value,you get alot of sub for the money.Like to hear your thoughts
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