For sure, a lot of people love the way the SB-2000’s sound, they are tight, accurate, and have plenty of output for me, especially in a dual configuration (duals are a must for good bass anyway).
One thing I did notice with these is that I had to run the subwoofer gain at 50% on the subs themselves to ensure there was enough power. With the previous PB-1000 ported subs, I was able to run them at 40%, which I have to assume has something to do with efficiency being better on a ported sub.
For those mixing sound, 2 channel listeners, or anyone who demands the tightest response possible, dual SB-2000’s are impressive and accurate, and do a great job in home theater too.
My only issue has to do with the sealed design itself, I find it’s a little uncomfortable for me because my ears fatigue easily. Many people will not experience this, but those with autistic children, migraine sufferers, or those with pets would do well to consider ported subs. That said, these sound beautiful and are great for those looking for compact solutions.
SVS SB-2000 (affiliate link): http://bit.ly/28Nci98
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Here is the setup at the time of upload:
Amplifier, same as mine (X2000), but updated for 4k and dual subwoofers: http://shrsl.com/?~bngf
Consider stepping up to an amp with preouts in case you want to get separate power amps later. The X2000 does not have them, I believe the X3200 does: http://shrsl.com/?~bngh
Provided on a demo basis by SVS:
Dual SB-2000 Sealed Subs: http://bit.ly/28Nci98
Dual Ported Subwoofers: http://bit.ly/28Kg7z8
Speaker wire: http://bit.ly/28KZ1ly
LG 4K 3D that I replaced previous Vizio with a Square Trade type warranty. Love the LG, some issues aside.
Measurement Mic for use with Room EQ Wizard:
Room EQ Wizard (free, donations encouraged for the guy that created it-not me, use earplugs!):
Mini DSP 2×4 (has a learning curve): http://amzn.to/28WiYVA
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