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PB10-ISD is a comin': thank you AV forum!

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by glennybhoy, Dec 7, 2004.

  1. glennybhoy

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    just had an e-mail from SVS that my PB10-ISD has shipped:clap:
    As we say up here in Scotland, "come oan ya big stoater ye!"
    This is my first post on the forum but I've been 'snooping' for a while, watching what you guys have been buying. I had never heard of SVS until reading Ian-J's post on importing them from the US. The subsequent positive reviews of all things SVS by Ian and all you other SVS owners out there was invaluable. It certainly made the SVS import route a no brainer for me, particularly the low cost of the PB10.
    so a big thank you to all you SVS bass head on the forum!
    It will be my first sub so can hardly wait 'til it arrives to introduce some low end to my system!
     
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    Welcome to the forums Glennybhoy, and congratulations on your new purchase :thumbsup: As I'm sure you've found already, SVS are a fantastic company to deal with, and the good news is, their products live up to all the "hype" and more :smashin:

    If you need any help or advice in setting up etc., you'll notice that there are plenty of people around to help you on here, and people also (like me :) ) who enjoy people's reactions to cranking up their big err.. "stoater" for the first time.

    Enjoy, (the wait is a killer isn't it) and we all look forward to hearing your views when "unleashed".
     
  3. glennybhoy

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    Thanks Juniper!
    As you say the wait is a killer and if it lives up to half its reputation, it will be one heck of a sub.
    I now have approx a week to butter the wife up a bit about the impending 'wee box dear, honest' that's coming to live in our livingroom....
     
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    Then you'd better butter her up good, 'cos the word "wee" doesn't quite get it, and I don't think your wife will get it either, especially when she sees the crane arrive to lower the box in for you :D

    You could always tell her that's a Christmas "surprise" I suppose :devil:
     
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    A bit of tinsel and she won't notice it :D
    The beast sitting in the corner making the loud noises (the sub that is, not the wife) may not be the smallest but pound for pound, I'm sure it will be the best bit of kit I've ever had (again, the sub I'm talking about) :devil:
     
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    I've always thought tartan would make the ideal camouflage material for a subwoofer. :cool:

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    Does that make tartan the new black??
    I suppose I could use my kilt to cover it then. When anyone asks what a true scotsman wears under his kilt, the reply is now obvious - an SVS :thumbsup:
     
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